Proactive storm damage assessment refers to taking action straight off once a severe natural hazard event occurred and saving the resulted information and data. This process is vital in any effort to scale back future economic losses from natural hazards. This information is used as a record of buildings performance and as a significant part for applied math analysis and studies. Naturally, it should always be assessed and collected in a scientific and standardized manner, by Fort Collins roofing company top professionals.
Unfortunately, in most of the cases such collected information is lost once the event is over, instead of being correctly managed and saved for future use. In this context, a standard protocol is vitally required. It must include a storm damage assessment method for residential buildings subjected to different types of storm damage (destructive winds or floods) as well as a protocol for standardizing damage assessment and data collection.
Implementation of proactive storm damage assessment surveys can aid significantly in building up knowledge on storm damage and better understanding the performance of a building. Furthermore, this information is essential in finding better and more efficient solutions to protect buildings and roofs subjected to different levels of hazard.