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Evansville, IN (812) 471-9718
Vincennes, IN (812) 517-9490
Henderson, KY (270) 854-7663
Madisonville, KY (270) 326-9217
Nashville, TN (615) 530-4700
Chattanooga, TN (615) 530-4700
Memphis, TN (901) 310-9989
Jackson, MS (601) 990-6807
Raleigh, NC (919) 913-ROOF [7663]

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Fred Osborne
Fred Osborne – Owner
AAA Handyman Company

Established in 1977
15 Years Experience in
Storm Damage Restoration

Licensed and Insured
Insurance Claim Specialist

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at Affordable Prices!
We Can Do It All

Emergency Tarping
Window Boarding
Storm Damage Specialist
Roofing and Gutters
Windows and Siding
Dry Wall Installation
Painting and Flooring

Service Locations

Evansville, IN
50 Mile Radius
(812) 471-9718
112 Petersburg Road
Evansville, IN 47711

Vincennes, IN
(812) 517-9490

Henderson, KY
(270) 854-ROOF (7663)

Madisonville, KY
(270) 326-9217

Nashville/Chattanooga, TN
50 Mile Radius
(615) 530-4700
1130 Rocky Ford Road
Smyrna, TN 37167

Memphis, TN
50 Mile Radius
(901) 310-9989
2167 Blueridge Cove
Memphis, TN 38134

Raleigh, NC
(919) 913-ROOF [7663]

Jackson, MS
(601) 990-6807

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24 Hour Emergency Roof Tarping and Window Boarding – Insurance Claim Specialist

Storm Season is Coming – Are You Prepared?
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Emergency TarpingEvery minute you wait to cover your roof, siding and windows with a tarp or boards before, during and after a storm, can cost you thousands in additional expenses due to water damage to your ceiling, walls, floors and furniture.

After a severe storm and at the first sign of a damaged roof or water leak, your insurance agent will tell you to get the roof tarped to stop the leaks and prevent further damage. Their first priority is to cut costs by preventing additional water damage and get your home repaired as soon as possible.

Call us immediately after a storm and our professional storm recovery team can quickly come to your home, clean up any fire or storm debris on your roof, cover all damaged areas with a tarp and board up any broken windows to stop all water leaks. There is no out of pocket expense to you, all of our labor and materials is covered by your homeowner's insurance. Why risk personal injury or death from falling off a slippery roof or ladder, or electrocution from powerlines, when your homeowner's insurance will pay for professional storm damage protection and restoration?

We work directly with your homeowner's insurance adjuster, from the initial inspection through the job completion. We assist you with all of the necessary insurance forms, acquire all building permits and manage the required govenment inspections. Immediately after the insurance company approves the repairs, we can begin construction and restore your home to like new condition and bill your insurance company.

Wind, Hail and Storm Damage Restoration

Hail damage is more common then you would think! Golf ball size hail travels at over 100 miles per hour and can severly damage your roof and siding. Hail can fracture the membrane of the roof shingles, creating cracks that do not appear to an untrained eye. It's only a matter of time when water will enter through the cracks and cause damage. Without a professional inspection, you can miss an opportunity to submit a claim to your insurance company. Then, when a severe storm hits and your home is damaged by water, your insurance company may not be obligated to pay for the damages.

Free Professional Roof and Siding Inspection. Our network of licensed professionals are factory trained to detect and uncover hail and storm related damage to roofing, siding and gutters. Even if you don't notice any water leaks or exterior damage, contact us so we can inspect your home before the next storm. Insurance companies will pay for all the damage on your roof, siding, gutters, and any interior work that may need to get replaced – if you submit a claim when the damage occurs. We are a trusted company that has 15 years of experience in storm damage inspection and restoration.

Checking Your Roof For Damage

Why You Need a Professional to Inspect Your Roof Before and After a Storm

Hail Damage: When You Do and Don't Need a New Roof

Tornado Season by Region
In the U.S., tornado season tends to move northward from late winter to mid-summer. In Southern states, tornado season is typically from March to May. In the Southern Plains, it lasts from May to early June. On the Gulf Coast, tornadoes occur most often during the spring. And in the Northern Plains, Northern states and upper Midwest, peak season is in June or July.

The two regions with a disproportionately higher incidence of tornadoes are Florida and Tornado Alley. Florida's high tornado frequency is credited to their almost daily thunderstorms, as well as the many tropical storms and hurricanes that affect the Florida peninsula.

Tornado Alley refers to a strip of land going north to south that covers the northern region of Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, the eastern edge of Colorado, southwest tip of South Dakota and the southern edge of Minnesota. Tornadoes in this area typically occur in the late spring.

In the Gulf Coast region, Dixie Alley refers to West Tennessee, West Kentucky, North Mississippi and North Alabama. These states experience a significantly later tornado season that occurs in the late fall from October through December.

Tornado Alley

Thre were 1,897 tornados reported in the U.S. during 2011. The threat is real and the damage is undeniable. This video will show you how to prepare for the storm, and then what to do and not do when the tornado arrives.

The information in this video, including safety information can either be found on the National Weather Service, or FEMA websites. While staying in your car may seem counterintuitive, the car structure may be better able to protect you depending on your specific circumstances.

Tornado Emergency Preparedness: (Insurance Bureau)

Tornado Safety 2012

Evansville, IN Tornado March 2, 2012

Scariest Tornado Ever

Southern Indiana Tornado March 2, 2012

Indiana Red Cross Aerial Footage Tornado March 2, 2012

Creepy Tornado 4K Video

Fearsome Twisters

F5 Tuscaloosa Tornado

F5 Tornado Mississippi and Alabama April 27, 2011

Close Violent Tornado

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