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March 26,2011 Hail and Wind Storms Damage Metro Atlanta area, hail claims expected to rise dramatically.

Posted in Atlanta Hail Damage Information, Claims Guide with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 27, 2011 by HAPS

Severe thunderstorms pounded the Metro Atlanta area on Saturday causing major Hail and Wind Damage across the Metro Atlanta area. 

Early reports show hundreds of thousands of dollars of hail damage incurred to homes, vehicles, and other property throughout the area.  Hail up to 4″ in size will bring catastrophic insurance adjusters in town just to help keep up with the influx of insurance claims to be filed. 

Homeowners who have incurred damage will need to move quickly to avoid long waits for insurance adjusters to schedule appointments.  It can be an overwhelming process for someone with no experience in this area. 

At HAPS we have tremendous experience in this area.  We’ve helped homeowners get hundreds of thousands of dollars in claims approvals from hail and wind damage.  We have great relationships with the insurance companies, we have great relationships with our clients, and we have great expertise in making sure you are represented fairly.

There are many out of state companies who will rush into town,  push to get your claim filed, cause man made damage to try and cheat the insurance companies, take your checks and run, use work crews with little or no experience…and then leave town to never be found if you have problems with your roof in the future. 

We are locally based in Gwinnett County, we have climbed and inspected hundreds of roofs, we invest in high tech reports to verify when and where the hail storms hit your area, we know the difference between hail damage and blisters on your shingles, we are honest in our opinions of damage, we don’t ask you to file a claim unless you have at least a 60% chance of approval, we meet with the insurance companies to make sure YOU are represented fairly, we use experienced crews with decades of roofing experience, and we go over and beyond in our roofing process to make sure your roof will last.

If you would like an honest opinion on your roof call 404-933-6610 to schedule an appointment today or CLICK HERE to contact us.  One of our claims managers will meet with you and help you through the entire claims process.  Our experienced roof inspectors will assess your damage and advise you on your chances of approval.

If you suspect you may have incurred hail or wind damage from the March, 2011 severe thunderstorms in the Metro Atlanta area; you need to act fast.  Our experience has shown that the early claims get approved more often than the claims filed months after the storm since supervisors don’t have time to micro manage adjusters during the busy periods. 

Call 404-933-6610 ASAP to set an appointment today or visit our website at for more information.

Hail Damaged Areas in Metro Atlanta 2009

Posted in Atlanta Hail Damage Information with tags , , , , , , on November 10, 2009 by HAPS

If you’re wondering if you live in a Metro Atlanta area which was affected by the hailstorms of 2009, here is a listing of towns hit directly by the storms.  If you would like your home inspected for Hail Damage to your roof, call Home Asset Protection Services at 404-933-6610 to set up an appointment for a FREE inspection.

Banks County: Lula

Barrow County: Auburn, Thomsons Mill

Bartow County: Adairsville, Cartersville, Taylorsville

Butts County: Jackson

Carroll County: Bowden, Clem, Villa Rica, Whitesburg

Catoosa County: Ringold

Cherokee County: Acworth, Woodstock

Clayton County: Forest Park, Morrow, Jonesboro, Lovejoy

Coweta County: Newnan, Palmetto, Sharpsburg

Cobb County: Acworth, Mableton, Marietta, Powder Springs, Vinings

Dawson County: Dawsonville

Dekalb County: Chamblee, Lithonia, Stone Mountain, Tucker

Douglas County: Douglasville

Fayette County: Fayetteville, Tyrone

Floyd County: Rome, Shannon

Forsyth County: Cumming

Fulton County: Alpharetta, Atlanta, College Park, Union City

Gwinnett County: Buford, Dacula, Lawrenceville, Lilburn, Snellville, Sugar Hill, Suwanee

Habersham County: Baldwin, Batesville, Clarkesville

Hall County: Flowery Branch, Gainesville

Haralson County: Tallapoosa

Henry County: Hampton, Jonesboro, McDonough

Jackson County: Jefferson

Jasper County: Monticello

Lumpkin County: Dahlonega

Morgan County: Madison

Newton County: Covington

Oconee County: Bishop, Watkinsville

Paulding County: Dallas

Polk County: Rockmart

Putnam County: Eatonton

Stephans County: Eastonolee, Toccoa

Walton County: Between, Good Hope, Loganville, Monroe

White County: Cleveland, Helen