From the monthly archives: February 2018

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Your Biggest Question: Will Homeowners Insurance Cover a New Roof

Insurance coverage on your roof depends on both the age and the condition of the entire roofing system, as well as the upper framework of the house. If you don’t know what the current coverage is, you should contact your insurance provider or review your homeowner’s policy. In most cases, insurance policies will cover natural disasters, vandalism, and fire. If your insurance company requires a formal inspection of the roof before you build a new one, we can assess your roof to determine its overall condition and market value of your home.

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Roof Disaster & Restoration: The First 36 Hours

When disaster strikes, it will throw your family into chaos if you’re not prepared to handle it. In East Central Minnesota natural disasters include hail storms, harsh winter snow and ice, and the occasional tornado. Flooding does happen on occasion and fire can strike at any time. Intelligent Design specializes in storm damage roof repair, fire restoration, attic insulation replacement, and refinishing or repainting the surface. Below, we give you a brief description of what you can expect in the first 36 hours after your roof is damaged by a natural disaster or a fire. If you have any further questions, you can contact us today.

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It’s a New Year; You Need a New Roof

2018 is in full swing. It’s a new year! So why not get a new roof from Intelligent Design? Your property will look better. Your employees and clients will love the improvement. You’ll save money. You’ll pretty much benefit in every way possible. Our roofers are on call to replace your commercial roof and get you started on the right foot this year. If you’re still wondering if your roof needs replacing, then look for these six signs below. Our roofing company can inspect your current roof to see if any of these symptoms are showing up.

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