A fallen tree or wind damage from storms can cause your property to have an open roof. In almost every instance, your insurance company will ask you to make temporary repairs. The reason that your insurance adjuster will push this request is to stop any secondary damages. Secondary damages, such as leaking water into your property, can prolong the reconstruction process and even cause a denial of claims.
Another critical reason to secure a tarp to your roof is to protect the contents in your home from damages. Although avoiding water damages is an important reason for tarping services, it also prevents rodents and insects from entering through holes in your roof. Squirrels, rats, and ants are always looking for new homes, and the warmth of your property makes the perfect nest.