July 29th Hail Storm

The hail storm on July 29th was a bad one. We've had reports of large marble to golf ball sized hail. We hope everyone is safe.

Some helpful tips: 

Broken Items: If you have experienced any broken windows or skylights use caution when trying to do any temporary repairs. Give our office a call if they are located in areas you are unable to access easily. Document any other damage you may find over the next couple of days and determine if you have any emergency repairs that need addressed. 

Door Knocking Companies: Just like the June 19th storm, this storm was large enough to attract out-of-town and out-of-state contractors. Download our "No Knocking Sign" and only allow local and trusted contractors on your roof.

Contacting Slaughter Roofing: Our office is still receiving a high volume of calls from the last storm and if we are unable to receive your call -- please leave us a message and we will get right back to you. Our office staff is the best and will be glad to return your call and answer any questions you may have.

Be Patient: Local quality contractors are busy and your insurance company understands this. Many companies give 1-2 years to repair any damages. Don't be pressured into getting your roof done right away.

Thank you to Steve Pratz, Brian Miller, and Mike Montoya for the pictures. 

Slaughter Roofing Office: 970-330-7881
Email: contact@slaughter-roofing.com