What We Do
We are a full-service insurance consulting firm out of Toledo, Ohio committed to maximizing insurance claims on commercial and residential structures.
How do storms damage your home?
Shingles are designed to protect against the weather, but the wind, rain and hail that often accompany a storm can cause damage. It’s important to remember that not all storm damage is obvious and that hidden damage can cause problems weeks or even months after a storm. To be sure you don’t have hidden damage, have your roof inspected by BCS Consulting LLC, Toledo’s Premier Storm/Wind/Hail/ Damage Contractor.
Wind can tear and remove shingles, leaving the roof deck and underlayment exposed to the elements. Wind can also lift shingles by breaking the seal that bonds them together, leaving your roof vulnerable to wind-driven rain.
Hail can leave dents or pockmarks in shingles, dislodging the protective granules that protect against rain and sun damage.
How we can help your home
Get the most from your insurance claim with BCS Consulting LLC.
BCS Consulting LLC provides extensive storm damage consulting services in Toledo, Ohio
Our experienced crew acts as third party inspector for insurance companies and individuals.
We use state laws to your advantage to maximize insurance claims on commercial and residential structures.
What a Homeowner should do after a storm comes through
Your property for storm damage. Walk around the perimeter of your home taking photograph and notes of any damage. Obvious signs of damage may include dented, torn, lifted, flipped over or missing shingles. Taking notes, pictures, and writing down dates is extremely important to do after a weather event.
The area around your home. Check for fallen tree limbs, broken fences and damage to lawn furniture and exterior decorations. Look closely at flat surfaces such as patios and decks for signs of hail damage. Metal items like gutters and air conditioners are good things to check. Damaged screens are a sure sign, also.
For leaks and water spots in your attic and ceilings. Even though your roof may appear undamaged from the outside, wind and hail may have caused leaks that can lead to problems later. Check ceilings and light fixtures for signs of water and inspect your attic closely with a flashlight.