Tyson Reagan of Total Resource Contracting, Inc. a local roofing company, confirmed that most of the hail storm damage to roofs happened in the cities of McDonough, Chamblee, Tyrone, Conyers, Lilburn, Loganville, Tucker, Fayetteville, Carrolton, Palmetto, and Brookhaven.
Tyson added “Many people have already filed a claim with their insurance company and had their roofs replaced. But many others have not had the time to do it and may never get the chance if they wait any longer.”
The majority of insurance carriers will only allow up to one year from the time of storm to file a claim. Since the last storm passed in February of 2009, this will give home owners only a few more months to file their claim before the deadline. In fact, it maybe too late for some homeowner’s whose policy only allows for 6 months. To get the correct deadline the best thing to do is read your policy.
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Total Resource Contracting Inc. is a family owned business with one goal in mind, superior quality and service for our customers. We treat every customer's job as if it is our only job. We take pride in our work and it shows. Many times, quality is pushed aside for quantity, but not at Total Resource Contracting, Inc. We give our customers unmatched quality.
We are a member of the BBB and maintain an A rating. We are also among the only 6% of roofing contractors in Georgia that are certified.
Our CEO, Tyson Reagan, founded this company based on quality and service. Over his 20 years in the industry and thousands of customers later, those are the two things that still drive us.
All of our employees are in-house and are not sub-contractors. Our roofing crews have been with us for over five years and have been certified as well. So our customers have a peace of mind knowing that they have a reputable company working on their most valuable asset.