Case Study - Commercial - Condo Association Roof Damage

Luxury condominiums with 87-two-and three-story buildings damaged by Hurricane Irma called Altieri when Insurance Company did not want to make things right.

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Case Study: North Carolina Coastal Village Hurricane Damage

A premium vacation resort destination of 31 stand-alone homes/buildings, also referred to as “cottages,” on an island in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of North Carolina, was hit by Hurricane Florence in September, 2018.

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Case Study: Marco Island Condominium Hurricane Damage

After Hurricane Irma came upon Marco Island and made its way north through Naples, in September of 2017, she left a path of heavily damaged structures behind her. One of those damaged properties, within the communities mentioned, included a condominium complex with 87 buildings. This location was an upscale community of luxury condominiums, lush tropical grounds, and was very well maintained. All of the two and three story buildings had cement tile roofs.

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Case Study: Wind (Hurricane)

A hurricane hit a Florida community. One client, a 2 story-47 building condominium complex, suffered damage to all of their buildings. The condominium association Board of Directors initially felt they were in good hands with their property management team, general contractor, and insurance company adjuster handling their claim.

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