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INSURANCE CLAIMS: Wilma damage wasn’t apparent at first, but now Boynton Beach home needs a new roof, family says

Alexis Villios: So much lingering damage “we’re terrified if there’s a hurricane”

Boynton Beach resident Alexis Villios didn’t realize at first how much Hurricane Wilma damaged his house. In the weeks after Wilma, he didn’t even file a claim, figuring he’d pay out of pocket to hire a contractor.

About a year and a half later, water started leaking in, and he hired a roofer.

The roofer “told me my roof was in bad shape, there was leftover damage from the hurricane, and more than half of the tiles were loose,” Villios said.

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