Claims Assistance Services
If your roof has been damaged as the result of a severe storm or natural disaster, or even if your roof is just deteriorating from old age, we can help you with claim assistance to ensure that your roof is adequately inspected and paid for by your homeowners’ insurance company. Many times, homeowners’ insurance companies will require an inspection carried out by a licensed roofer to estimate the extent and cost of the damages, before sending that quote onto the company to formally file a claim. With our inspection services and claims assistance, we can help you save money and restore your roof!
Homeowners' insurance is definitely something that you will want to consider investing in if you don't already. This is because most homeowners' insurance plans are set out to help cover the costs of damages that can occur to your home, especially those that are rather expensive and extensive, such as roof repairs. When your home becomes damaged due to a storm or your roof has a leak due to natural wear and tear, your homeowners' insurance will be able to step in and help you file a claim to get the cost of repairs covered. We highly recommend researching the best homeowner plans for you and ones that will cover the costs of your roof repairs.
Repair claims need to be sorted once you’ve established that there’s a problem with your roof. Many homeowners are actually unaware when their roof is leaking or damaged until it is too late. For this reason, we recommend having an annual inspection to accommodate the condition of your roof and get thorough feedback on its status. By doing this, you will be able to gauge what type of repairs are needed to keep your roof functioning safely and normally. After a professional roofing contractor has assessed your roof, you will then need to submit the estimate and feedback to your homeowners’ insurance company to file your claim.
When your roof has finally hit its final lap, it's probably time to consider replacing it with a new one. How do you this, you might ask? You'd be surprised to know that insurance companies are also willing to pay for the cost of replacing a roof, not simply repairing it. For example, if you intend to sell your home, the new buyer might ask for an inspection from a roofer. If the roofer comes back with evidence that a new roof is needed, you can file a replacement claim with your insurance company to have them take care of the fees to replace the roof.
Lastly, storm and other natural disasters do happen, so it’s good that you’re prepared and ready for anything that could destroy your roof and leave you with expensive repairs. Fortunately, most homeowners’ insurance companies will offer remedies for storm damages that allow you to file claims based on the extent of the damage that will result in covering the costs for any repairs or replacements.