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Extreme snow expected in Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley

Posted at Dec 16, 2020

Nor'easter expected to create extreme weather situation. SOURCE: National Weather ServiceProperty owners in the mid-Atlantic and throughout the northeast are bracing for a powerful Nor'easter that is set to drop several inches of snow.

The Nor'easter will track through Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New York, and the rest of New England.

This type of storm can lead to significant property damage. Ice and build up on tree branches and cause them to snap damaging roofs, walls, windows, and contents inside your home or business.

As of Wednesday evening, weather experts were calling for 12 - 20 inches of snow from Altoona to Harrisburg and as far north as Scranton, which is much of central and eastern Pennsylvania.

Property owners who are preparing for the storm should keep Sill public adjusters in mind. If you are forced to file a property insurance claim due to storm related damage our company can help.

Public adjusters from Sill handle hundreds of property damage claims each year. We can assist by offering a second opinion about your claim. We will examine the property damage and record every detail.

Our licensed professionals will then review your current policy and identify any additional coverages that may not be disclosed by your insurance company.

Our team can also help you reach a settlement in your claim much faster.

For those who will be dealing with this monster snowstorm, Sill recommends you follow all public safety directives regarding travel. At home, be sure to clear the roof of your property if heavy snow builds up. Ensure that your gutters and downspouts are clear to allow the snow to melt and the water to run off properly.

Get the help you deserve during an insurance property loss by emailing info@sill.com or by calling 800-524-0006.

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