The Greensboro tornado left a path of destruction. It’s been a few weeks not. Yet, many Greensboro tornado victims aren’t home yet. According to Spectrum News Charlotte, Xactimate’s data on the area’s potentially outdated. See, the insurance companies use Xactimate to compile estimates. The last survey of that zip code happened two years ago.
The damage demands too much work for just local companies. Additionally, out-of-state roofing companies avoided taking on the work. The hesitated because of the potentially outdated data.
The City of Greensboro and Guilford County released preliminary counts of structures recently. Reportedly, the tornado damaged over 1,000 structures. Plus, nearly 200 suffered major damage or were completely destroyed! According to Guilford County Emergency Services, 95 percent of the damage was in Greensboro. Fox 8 reported this week that the City of Greensboro estimates at least 200 homes still sit vacant due to extreme tornado damage.
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