Disasters Happen: Prepare Now/Learn How
Each year the U.S. government focuses attention in September on helping you prepare for handling a disaster — both for your home and business. No matter where you reside, during National Preparedness Month, it’s important to review everything from your insurance policies to getting your house ready to face different types of natural disasters.
Depending on where you live, you know the force of what Mother Nature can bring down on your home. Destructive winds from tornados. Massive flooding from hurricanes. Sparks of flames from wildfire. Dramatic and dangerous snowfalls.
At DaVinci Roofscapes, we can help you prepared your home to stand up to some of Mother Nature’s wrath.
See for Yourself
Our composite shake and slate roofing tiles are manufactured to withstand some of the fury unleashed with severe weather conditions.
If you’re located anywhere near a wildfire, you know how important it is to have fire resistant roofing. Wind-borne sparks can land on a real cedar roof from almost a mile away, causing flame spread. Not with our Class A fire rated roofs. Even if you apply a flame directly to our composite roofing materials, they won’t burn. See for yourself on this video.
People living on the East Coast are generally targets for hurricane-force winds and destructive storms. Fortunately, DaVinci composite roofing withstands winds up to 110 mph and is Class 4 rated for impact. This means that everything from flying garbage cans during a severe storm to falling tree limbs will not impact your DaVinci roof. Again, see for yourself in this video.
Get Insurance Savings
As part of National Preparedness Month, the U.S. government encourages you to check on your insurance policies. We couldn’t agree more.
Contact your homeowners insurance agent and talk with him or her about the type of yearly savings you can gain by having a composite roof installed. In many areas of the country people find they can save 10 to 20 percent or more on their yearly policy costs when investing in composite roofing. That’s because insurance companies know and understand the value composite roofing plays in helping protect a structure.
“I spoke to our insurance agent with State Farm and he told us our premiums would go down 30 percent if we changed to the DaVinci product due to its resistance of high winds, hail, fire and impact!” says homeowner Laurie Boorigie. “In Kansas we have very severe weather with high winds, large hail and occasionally tornadoes. Having an impact-resistant roof gives you some peace-of-mind.”
Find your own peace-of-mind. Use National Preparedness Month as a launching pad to getting your family, your home and your business ready for the unexpected. And, when it’s time to put a roof overhead that can help protect everything you cherish, contact us at DaVinci Roofscapes and we’ll help you find a contractor in your area.