24 Hour Restore HAAG Certifications

24 Restore is proud to acknowledge their HAAG industry certification. As a trusted badge vouching for our efficient roofing work, the HAAG Certification signals to our customers that we are a trusted source in roofing services.

The HAAG Certification program was developed by Haag Engineering and Education as a process to educate roofing and insurance professionals on industry standards. Haag’s scientifically researched damage assessment methods apply to residential and commercial roofing projects, specializing in steep-slope, low-slope, and flat façade roofs.

Our expert engineers went through intensive 3-day training, covering the HAAG Certified Inspector (HCI) courses for certification. The efforts of our professionals are our customer’s gain. 24 Restore offers more accurate and expedient roof damage inspections. This creates more precise cost estimates, greater access and recognition by insurance companies, and a plethora of industry-sepcific tools, like the Shingle Gauge, Inclinometer and Pitch Gauge.

HAAG Certified Roofing Inspector - Storm Damage Repair

The pursuit of certifications that will help serve 24 Restore clients is nothing new. Our professionals are also IICRC Certified.

We are a preferred contractor for many large insurance carriers including American Family, AAA, Nationwide, Allied, Badger Mutual, American National and more. We would love to show you why they prefer working with us. These aren’t the only insurance companies we work with. We collaborate with ALL insurance carriers to make the claim process as smooth as possible. Many times we can work right off the estimate prepared by your adjuster!

We handle projects ranging from building collapses and commercial fires, to a job as small as a carpet cleaning. We are the only phone call you need to make to get your job done right… 612-255-9578. When you call; We guarantee you will get an answer from an employee of ours, in Minnesota. Your project is important to us and we are ready to go to work for you 24 Hours a Day, 365 Days a Year.