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Multiple Uses for Commercial Tarping

Throughout our operating region, the weather is often on the top of everyone’s mind. We experience everything from hurricanes with high winds and catastrophic rain, to tornadoes and thunderstorms. Each of these events has the potential to damage your property’s roof and exterior walls majorly. When damage occurs, it is important that you act quickly to protect your property from further deterioration.

Whether the damage is from extreme weather, fire, vandalism, or other disasters, emergency tarping is often the first step in property restoration. This vital step protects your property from further damage, and it should be handled with care by professionals.

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Is this something I can DIY?

For most property owners, the answer is probably not. We know when disaster strikes, the mounting costs of repair leads many property owners to look for ways to save money wherever they can by doing some of the work themselves.  
However, when a damaged roof is in the equation, it is best to call in professionals. Roofs are dangerous even in normal circumstances, add in storm and water damage, have left holes or weakened areas of the roof, and a recipe for injury.

An experienced roofing or property restoration company will have the knowledge and equipment to handle this job safely.


How long can I leave a tarp in place?

Once you have installed a tarp, it might seem like you have plenty of time to address the permanent repairs down the line. In reality, a tarp is only meant to be a temporary solution. Even if it is professionally installed, it will only protect your building for a short amount of time. The longer permanent repairs are put off, the more problems you are likely to have.


Here are some of the problems you are likely to experience if you leave a roof tarp on for too long:
  • Tarps are great at keeping water, but they also hold water in. If water damage is under a tarp, it is highly likely to become moldy, adding cost and time to the restoration project.

  • Even a professionally installed tarp can shift in a strong wind event. This can leave your property vulnerable to water damage.

  • A tarp is not insulating – it may cause your building to retain or lose heat.

  • A tarp that is not installed properly can lead to pooled water where mosquitos and other insects can breed.

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When can I get a roof tarp installed?

Claremont has highly trained professionals available 24/7 to respond to any emergency, including tarp installation. Our team will arrive quickly to remove any debris, install tarps, and secure your property to minimize further damage.


How do I navigate my insurance claims?

Claremont has years of experience navigating the world of insurance claims for all types of clients, including homeowners, business property owners, and property managers. We will be there every step of the way to provide documentation, guidance and working directly with your claims adjusters.


Where do I start?

At Claremont, our number one priority is getting you back to normal as soon as possible. So, we have designed our property restoration process to be as easy as possible. Here’s what it looks like:

  • Call us – Our highly trained team will respond quickly to begin damage mitigation

  • Receive assessment – We will provide a comprehensive assessment of your property so you can make an educated decision on the best course for restoration

  • Work with your insurance – Our skilled team will help guide you through the insurance claims process

  • Get back to normal – Our honest and professional team will help you get back to normal in no time

We understand that each of our clients is experiencing a stressful time following a disaster and our goal is to not add on to the stress. We are a full-service property restoration firm prepared to help out in any situation.  

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