Restoring Your Peace after the Storm
Storms can feel like a homeowner’s worst nightmare. From broken windows to cracked shingles or dented siding, a powerful storm can cause problems. But it doesn’t have to be a source of extreme worry.
The UHQ team is here for you. We provide guidance through the unfamiliar process of restoration and insurance claims to get you the best storm repair possible—one that leaves your exterior looking like no damage ever occurred.
About Storm and Hail Damage Repair
The integrity of your home is important. The minute you notice storm damage, reach out to a professional for help to ensure you get the most out of your insurance claim and repair.
- Prevent future home damage
- Prevent mold or interior water damage
- Gain a professional home assessment
- Gain a liaison to deal with insurance
- Gain potential tips for future damage prevention
Our Restoration Services
Our team provides a thorough damage inspection. We bring our expert craftsmanship and high-end products to protect your home, and we work to match your existing exterior with our following services.
Let us update your current siding to something more durable. We install James Hardie fiber cement, which is hail resistant and engineered for your specific climate. We also install high-end Mastic vinyl.
From broken glass or dented frames, we’ll install Marvin fiberglass or wood frames or Wincore vinyl frames.
Roofing and Gutters
We care for your entire roofing system, not just the shingles. We can repair or replace your current gutters or roof with Owens Corning shingles to help it last. We work directly with your insurance after you sign an insurance contingency contract, allowing us to install only what is approved with insurance.
Don’t Go Through This Alone
Our team wants to make the restoration process easy. While many contractors are storm chasers, looking to perform fast, cheap work, we want to be your contractor for life. We work to have your repairs completed in a timely manner so you can resume normal life. Let storm damage be a worry of the past.