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What Storm Damage is Covered by Insurance and How?

When the exterior of your home suffers damage during a storm, it’s tough to know where to start in the process of getting the damage fixed. Does your homeowner’s insurance cover storm damage? What exactly will be covered? How much will it cost? It is important to know what types of damage your insurance covers…

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Telling the Difference Between Storm Damage and Installation Damage on Your Roof

When damage occurs to your roof, the confusion and financial strain that results can be frustrating. Your first priority should be to figure out the cause of your roof damage, so you can move forward efficiently. Here, the Maryland roofing experts at High Mark Construction explain how you can tell the difference between storm damage…

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How a New Roof Can Make Your Home More Energy Efficient

A new roof and roof repairs not only provide you with an extra sense of security knowing your home will protect you from various weather conditions, but it can also provide energy savings. Your roof can act as a money-saving tool if you utilize the energy-efficient capabilities of your roof. Here, the roofing professionals at…

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Common Types of Chimney Repairs on Your Roof

There are a number of factors that play a role in the overall watertight integrity of your roof and home. Your chimney is a critical piece of this puzzle because it contains several points of entry into your home and requires intricate methods of sealing and protection. If your chimney suffers damage to its structure…

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How to Protect Your Home From Storm Damage

Storms bring a number of factors, including high winds, heavy rain, debris and hail, that can damage the exterior of your home. All of these factors are top causes of home damage in the U.S., making it vital to prepare your home to defend against these weather conditions. Your home is there to protect you,…

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The High Mark Construction Way

When you put the integrity of your household in someone else’s hands, it can be an intimidating decision. “Where do I start? Can I really trust these people to quote me correctly? Will they suggest the right way of fixing the problem or will it have to be fixed again next year?” It can be…

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