​Another Great Customer Review - Well done Greg and Crew

​I wanted to say I am very impressed with the work done. Crew did a great job, roof looks great, clean up left nothing in the yard. Much more impressed with the service I received from you guys than the one put on in 1999 with the 40 year Tamko shingles. Then lasted less than 15 years.

Thank you

T G
Greenville SC




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​Another Great Customer Review - Well done Greg and Crew

​I wanted to say I am very impressed with the work done. Crew did a great job, roof looks great, clean up left nothing in the yard. Much more impressed with the service I received from you guys than the one put on in 1999 with the 40 year Tamko shingles. Then lasted less than 15 years.

Thank you

T G
Greenville SC




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           Take 5 minutes and read below - It could save you thousands of dollars 
                                             and unnecessary stress​

On March 21ST 2017 THE HAIL STORM and HIGH WINDS DAMAGED the exterior of THOUSANDS of homes in the following areas

Taylor's - Greer - East Greenville SC - E Travelers Rest 
Some of the Neighborhoods worst effected - Barrington Park - Thornblade - Sugar Creek - Ascot - Riverwood Farms - Greystone - Sugar Mill - Hammett Farms - Silverleaf - Cane Brake - St James Place - Chartwell - Shellbourne Farms - Granite Woods - Riverside Chase - Lismore Park - River Oaks - Glen Abby -  
While wind damage is noticeable, Hail damage in most cases cannot be detected from the ground. 

​"For homeowners, hail is unavoidable. “All policies cover hail,” Brennan says. “There is no worry about not being covered. It’s a sudden event we can’t control.”Joe Brennan, owner of Insurance Claims Group Inc. in Cary, N.C.
Brennan says roof damage is the most difficult to detect because it may be two or three years before the homeowners begin to notice leaks. That discovery doesn’t come until well after the one-year period in which the policyholder has to file a claim.
“Have a professional roofer come by to take a look at your roof. It’s important because it’s not the damage done today that matters,” Brennan says.

Allcon Roofing offers Free "NO OBLIGATION" inspections, our technicians are Polite, experienced professionals who will provide you honest feedback on the condition of your roof and homes exterior.   

We do not believe in high pressure tactics - we provide you the report on our findings, an opinion on the worthiness of a claim - You Decide.

Allcon Roofing had worked with thousands of Upstate homeowners and Insurance adjusters - We know what constitutes a legitimate claim - let us assist you by making sure that all damage is detected and covered by your Insurance Company - 864 552 1365.

It is imperative that you have a Specialist assist you through the process, HAIL DAMAGES MORE THAN JUST YOUR ROOF, we will inspect for all exterior damage, your roof, gutter systems, siding, windows, AC units, decks, grills, mailboxes and any other item that could have sustained damage.

Provided you have damage, our Specialists will assist you by advising on how to file a claim, then meet with the assigned insurance adjuster and ensure the claim includes repair/ replacement of all damaged items. Once all repairs have been made we will submit all required documentation to your Insurance Provider. Your Insurance provider will release the balance of the claim to you "The Homeowner". It is only then that Allcon will expect full and final payment.  

Allcon Roofing prides itself on delivering unparalleled Service and Quality no matter how big or small the job, we challenge you to put us to the test



Frequently Asked Questions about Hail Damage

When seasonal severe weather has hit, it’s important that homeowners educate themselves about the various risks their homes and properties are vulnerable to. Hail, from hailstorms, an extreme thunderstorm or even as a result from a tornado, can come in various shapes, sizes and densities. The most sever hail can cause serious damage to your home, ranging from holes in your siding to broken glass. Nonetheless, no matter the intensity, hail still poses a threat to the strength of your roof shingles and siding. Below are some of the most common questions homeowners ask, regarding hail damage:

Do I need someone to inspect my home for hail damage?
Especially after a brutal storm, it’s highly recommended that homeowners contact a hail damage specialist for a thorough damage inspection of your property. There are different types of damages that can only be recognized and detected by trained eyes. Allcon Roofing has Trained, Professional Staff who at NO CHARGE will conduct a detailed inspection of your homes exterior. 

When should I call for a hail inspection?
Immediately after your home is hit by a storm; all damages must be recorded and documented so the sooner the better. Dont delay Call 864 552 1365 Today - We will provide your with an Honest and Accurate Assesment

What damages should I report to my insurance company?
It’s very important that you properly inform your insurance company about the full extent of the damage. Take photographs so that you have an accurate testament of the damages and can be compensated for all covered losses. Allcon Roofing will provide a detailed explanation of the damages found

Is hail damage covered by my home insurance policy?
Most standard homeowners policies will protect you from losses if your roof is damage by hail. With severe weather a known, common occurrence, these claims tend to be expected. Hail and Wind damage is considered an"Act of God" - Your ALMOST ALL insurance companies will not and cannot penalize an individual for this type of claim.

Use Local Contractor's - "Storm Chasers" are canvasing Upstate neighborhoods - Allcon Roofing is Local, we are an Upstate SC Better Business Bureau Accredited Contractor and have been since 2007 with an A+ Rating. Allcon Roofing has an impeccable record - ZERO Complaints - 





















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YOU COULD GET A NEW ROOF FOR AS LITTLE AS $500 - Depending on your deductable

What the hail? Misconceptions about homeowner’s insurance and hail damage

There is no getting around hail. It hits someplace – usually several places – every year in the United States, says Joe Brennan, owner of Insurance Claims Group Inc. in Cary, N.C.

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, hail causes an average of $1 billion damage to crops and property each year; last year was an especially violent year, causing more than $2 billion in damage.
When predicting how large a hailstone will become and how potentially damaging a hail storm will be, meteorologists say it all depends on the updraft, an upward blowing wind that won’t allow the rain to fall but holds it captive within the higher altitude of the clouds where the temperature is colder.
For a raindrop, a thunderstorm is like being inside an out of control washing machine. Water droplets are thrust up and down and if the agitation is severe enough, droplets soar so high they freeze.
If the storm is violent enough, the droplets take that trip time after time, adding a layer of ice each. When a ball of ice becomes heavy enough – usually between ¼ and ¾ of an inch – it plummets to the ground as hail.
After a free fall from more than 30,000 feet, it hits your roof and everything else at more than 70 miles per hour.
For homeowners, hail is unavoidable. “All policies cover hail,” Brennan says. “There is no worry about not being covered. It’s a sudden event we can’t control.”
Brennan says hail coverage is different than hurricane coverage. Hurricanes are more predictable. “In Florida, you have to buy an endorsement for wind damage. Because hurricanes routinely strike Florida, insurance companies don’t include wind damage from hurricanes in their homeowner’s policies.”
Hail is much less predictable and can hit anywhere, which is why it is part of basic coverage in nearly all homeowners insurance policies.The biggest question most homeowners have about hail coverage is how much.
“No one really knows how much because until you get hit, you really won’t know the amount of damage,” Brennan says.
It usually comes down to is how big of deductible a homeowner has - 
“If your deductible is $1,000 and you don’t have $1,000 in the bank, then your deductible is too high,” says Brennan. While some policies offer a deductible that’s a percentage of the damage, Brennan doesn’t recommend it. “If you have $25,000 in damage, that could be $2,500 out of pocket to meet the deductible, and this doesn’t really save you all that much money.”
Anyone whose property is struck by hail needs to have professionals check to make sure there is damage. Not all hail storms cause damage, Brennan says. Pea sized hail (1/4 of an inch) or marble-sized hail (1/2 inch) might not cause damage. Anything larger, say a dime or a quarter (3/4 to one inch) can cause serious damage. Golf ball sized hail is 1 ¾ inches and softball-sized hail is 4 ½ inches according to NOAA. To put this in perspective, hail has to grow to the size of a hen’s egg to dent a car and hail that is half the size of a baseball can kill birds and animals.
Brennan says roof damage is the most difficult to detect because it may be two or three years before the homeowners begin to notice leaks. That discovery doesn’t come until well after the one-year period in which the policyholder has to file a claim.
“Have a professional roofer come by to take a look at your roof. It’s important because it’s not the damage done today that matters,” Brennan says.
One way to check is to look if there is an inordinate amount of aggregate from the shingles in the gutters.
“Before anyone goes up on the roof, find out what the inspection covers. He should make a drawing of the roof with ‘X’ marks for damage and he should take photographs,” Brennan says.
Homeowners also should check window ledges for damage and siding. Vinyl siding, Brennan says, will have holes while damage to wood siding isn’t as noticeable. If there are nicks in the siding it can cause splitting, which will lead to leaks.
Greg Raab, manager of integrated services at Adjusters International in Utica, N.Y., says the first thing homeowners should do – even before a hail storm hits – is a complete review of their policy.
“Make sure you have enough coverage. Nearly all policies cover hail, but with the changes taking place in the housing market and home values increasing, it’s important to make sure you have enough coverage.”
Raab says hail is part of common coverage that most homeowner policies cover. “Even so, most of our complaints come from consumers who are upset that their insurance isn’t covering the amount they thought it should.

Tom Cipares, president of General Insurance Services in Michigan City, Ind., says hail is a common peril covered by most policies. He says it’s also part of most auto policies if the family car or van is dented during a hail storm.
“It’s easier to see on a vehicle. If it’s dented, it’s got damage,” Cipares says. “But regardless of whether it’s a home or car, anyone with damage should file a claim.
Cipares says insurance companies know that every year there will be hail damage somewhere and they prepare for it. “It’s important to file a claim with your insurance company. Typically, your rates cannot be adversely affected if you file claim,” Cipares says.
Brennan, of Insurance Claims Group, says that after a storm homeowners need to make sure they do a thorough inspection of their property. After a roof inspection make sure to check the garage, the tool shed, fences, the swimming pool and any other outdoor structures.
“You’ve paid for protection so if the 30-year shingles you put on your roof four years ago are damaged and need to be replaced, that’s 25 years of life from the shingles that you paid for and didn’t get. That’s why you have insurance and why you should file a claim,” Brennan says.















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