ladyfish said:HAD a metal roof-peeled off and dropped by the house. not very happy with that. will probably replace w metal roof. i suspect it was not installed correctly-screws were only about 1 inch long, going into fiberboard (junk) a good breeze would have taken it off. hope insurance helps a little bit. yes, water damage to ceilings, floors, walls-from rain not flood.
location-outside of angleton
This is seems to be true across the board with the companies. My metal roof looks like a cedar shingle roof from about 50 yards. My insutance company will pay, without a deductable, to have a "dent popper" company repair dents once every 5 years on a roof like a standing seem.KillaHookset said:One thing to keep in mind is that hail damage to a metal roof is considered cosmetic and will not be covered under any standard homeowners insurance to be fixed or replaced unless you have actual holes in the roof from some baskeball size hail.