Due to recent storms and/or potential storms to come, you may qualify for a new roof.
Hail and wind are the most common causes of roof damage. If you suspect your roof has been damaged you need to do a thorough roof inspection. Our inspections are free and we can determine if your roof has enough damage to warrant filing an insurance claim.
If so, and we recommend you file a claim, it is also important to have us on-site when the insurance adjuster comes to do his inspection. Many adjusters will not have your best interest in mind and can short you on money and/or approval of a new roof. Having a professional roofing contractor present makes a difference.
Insurance Claim Process – 5 Steps
1. Get a roof inspected from a reputable local roofing company.
Start with a free, no-obligation roof inspection and get a detailed inspection report.
2. If you have damages, make a claim with your insurance agent.
With your inspection report in hand, you can file your claim on your homeowner’s policy with confidence. Your insurance company will likely ask you if your roof has already been inspected and if you have selected a contractor. Keep in mind, you can work with any roofing company you wish. It is entirely your choice.
3. Have your insurance adjuster and roofer inspect your roof together.
When they inspect the roof together, they are more likely to be on the same page about what will be covered by insurance. This will save you a lot of back and forth phone calls as well as start the project more quickly.
4. Schedule your new roof.
Our project manager will walk you through the roofing and construction process and be your contact. Typical roof replacements take 1-2 days, start to finish. You are not required to be home when the work is being done.
5. Your deductible should be your only out-of-pocket expense.
Insurance companies have different procedures, but you are only responsible for your deductible.