We Will:
  • Return phone calls in a timely manner.
  • Be punctual for all appointments.
  • Be knowledgeable, professional, and courteous.
  • Present all details and options.
  • Provide daily job supervision.
  • Inspect finished job thoroughly.
  • Maintain clean and neat job site.
  • Provide open communication with parties involved.
  • Collect final payment only upon receipt of a signed certificate of completion from Homeowner.
  • Be a state and local licensed contractor with insurance.
  • Obtain local required city permits
HLM Roofing was built upon the foundation of a restoration company. We have spent years in the restoration business helping people pick up the pieces of their homes after catastrophic events. These experiences range from Severe Rain Storms, Ice Storms, Hail Storms, Tornadoes, Hurricanes, Floods and Fires. These events typically involve a Home Owners Insurance Company to assist in the assessment of damage and funding for these repairs.
Dealing with an insurance company for the first time can sometimes be a confusing experience. Knowledge and understanding of the insurance business will save you a lot of time and money. This is what separates HLM Roofing from other well known and reputable roofing companies. We are not just another roofing company. Our relationships and approach with insurance companies are the most valuable service we can offer to a consumer.

Experienced & Licensed Property Claims Adjusters

Along with our contracting experience, we are also experienced and licensed (All Lines) Property Claims Adjusters with one on one relationships of employment with most of the countries largest insurance companies.

We'll Walk You Through The Process!

Our experience in dealing with people in these times of confusion are what allows us the understanding and the patience necessary to walk people through this process and relieve them of some of their stress. We look forward to doing business with you and promise to take great pride in Re-roofing your home or business.

Frequently Asked Questions:

What does hail do to my roof, and why will my insurance company pay to replace my roof?

Hail damages the shingle mat which holds the granules that protect the mat from the elements. As the shingle expands and contracts it will lose granules thus exposing the mat, which in turn dries out and allows moisture to enter causing leaks and an eventual complete roof system failure.

How do I know if I have hail damage to my roof? Can I tell from the ground?

If you’ve had hail in your area, to determine if the shingles have been damaged, a close inspection of the shingles has to be made from the roof. Usually you cannot tell from the ground.

Do I really need a new roof?

Most hail or storm damage goes unnoticed with observation from the ground. You need a trained eye on your roof to inspect closely for damage. In most cases, hail or storm damage does not cause your roof to leak immediately. It does, however, ruin your roof and you may start having leaks within a few months if it is not replaced.

What would I have to pay for a new roof?

Your insurance company covers the cost of your roof minus your deductible. With normal deductibles, you often have very little out-of-pocket expenses at all.


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