Severe weather can cause major damage to your home through high winds, hail and heavy rain. The roof of your home is especially susceptible to falling limbs and hail. Consequently, holes in the roof or broken windows can allow rain to enter into your home. The resulting water damage can ruin your personal items and cause structural issues.
Midwest Comfort Homes is experienced in all aspects of storm restoration. Whether you need help removing a limb from your roof or a complete roof replacement our restoration experts are there with you every step of the way. We will work with your insurance adjusters to make sure your restoration bid is approved quickly, so you can get back into your home as soon as possible.
Our goal is to have you back in your home as soon as possible. Call (816) 988-8297 to start your restoration today.
Commercial Restoration Services
Midwest Comfort Homes also offers storm, wind and hail damage restoration services for your business. While the process is very similar to residential restoration, we can also help you get your business back up and running as quickly as is possible. Call (816) 988-8297 to start your business restoration process today.
Storm, Wind & Hail Restoration Process
Emergency Contact & Dispatch
At the first sign of storm damage contact MCH. Our certified service team will be dispatched to your site to help guide you through the restoration process, as well as board up and tarp off any areas of the home to prevent further damage and protect your belongings.
The MCH service team will conduct a walk through inspection, creating a 3D scan of the damage. If needed, MCH will secure your home from the elements.
After the inspection, MCH will create a detailed damage report which is sent to your insurance carrier. MCH will contact and work with your insurance adjuster for rapid restoration bid approval.
If needed, MCH will coordinate with a disaster mitigation company who will conduct the clean out and remediation process. Disaster mitigation is the process of reducing or preventing damage caused by a disaster such as severe weather. Before restoration work can begin, a disaster mitigation company will clean out the damaged space, leaving a blank slate for the restoration process. We recommend Emergency Mitigation Services.
Once the disaster mitigation process is finished, MCH will begin restoration work.
5 Steps You Can Take Today
While you wait for mitigation and restoration to begin on your house, there are a few tasks you can do around your home after finding storm damage.