Note: This is Part 2 of our Hail Assessment Webinar Series.
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Let it Hail, Let it Hail, Let it Hail - Part 2
HAIL ASSESSMENT & DOCUMENTATION
We invite both commercial and residential roofing contractors to join us for a two-part webinar series on hail assessments, “functional damage” and where the industry is headed tomorrow.
Determining whether or not hail caused a certain condition requires sound, systematic inspection procedures, thorough documentation, knowledge of the roofing product in question, and sometimes testing.
Part 2 | April 23
Hail Damage Documentation & Standardized Reporting
Scope of Work
Residential Roofing Bill C.R.S. 6-22-101 thru 6-22-105 (SB38)
Functional Damage - what is means and how to discuss it
Future of Hail Damage - Drones
Whether you are new to assessing hail damage or have been doing it for years, you WILL NOT want to miss this low-cost opportunity to gain valuable knowledge for you and your business!
Thursday, April 23, 2020 - Part 2
2:00 - 3:15 pm
Cost: $30/per member and $60/non-member per session.
*Virtual seating is limited.
*Zoom meeting details will be emailed upon registration.
Register to attend by clicking on the REGISTRATION OPTIONS link above.
CRA Member CIU’s = 2 per person per webinar
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About the presenter...
Rich Boon, P.E., Construction Support Services, has examined thousands of roofs working about 50/50 for and against insurance companies. He is a registered unmanned aircraft pilot that has used drones to examine hundreds of project in several states looking for hail damage.
Part 1 | was held on April 16 & covered:
Background on conducting hail assessments so that the damage is properly documented.
Hail damage by roofing type (low and steep slope)
What is NOT a hail strike and fraud patterns
Initial examination and data collection and presentation