Wind Damage Identification to Asphalt Shingle Roofs

Do you need to deepen and broaden your knowledge and understanding of Wind Damage to Asphalt Shingle Roofs?

Wind Damage is a significant threat that can cause severe harm to asphalt shingle roofs, affecting its longevity and functionality.

In many instances of insurance claims for roof replacement, wind damage stands out. Yet, there’s prevalent misinformation leading to disagreements among contractors, adjusters, and policyholders.

With our in-depth training, you’ll be primed to accurately and efficiently identify genuine wind damage with a high degree of certainty.

Who is this for?

This course is designed for public adjusters, roofing contractors, restoration contractors, plaintiff attorneys, claims consultants, property managers, and anyone involved in property restoration or property insurance claims, who wants to deepen their understanding of wind damage and how to accurately interpret your findings.

Your comprehensive playbook for accurately identifying wind damage to asphalt shingle roofs

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"This class has so much information it will actually change how you inspect, talk to adjusters and additionally prepare if they activate an engineer."

-John Senac

"I have been in the insurance industry for 30 years, and there are only a handful of people that have impressed me with their knowledge and professionalism. One of them is Mat Mulholland. I have taken his Engineer Class and it is Top Tier! Mat walks you through his thought process to get to a point, he acknowledges what opposing folks may say, so you can be prepared! Super important! I wish I had billions of dollars because I would send all policyholders advocates to Mat’s class on my dime. Dead serious.."

-Wesley Barber

"...We now are well equipped to help our customers when dealing with a denial based on an engineer's report. My company found immense value in the training provided and I would (and often do) recommend any contractor that deals with insurance claims take the course."

-Chris Zimmerman

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