We Help Move Along The Insurance Process, So You Get Your New Roof Faster!
It can be frustrating to deal with your insurance company after your roof suffers damage from a storm, a leak or other issue that falls under your homeowner’s insurance coverage. Don’t fret - we can help! As experts in helping our customers secure coverage for their roof, we know the insurance process inside and out and can walk you through step by step.
First, we’ll come take a look at your roof. Roof inspections are completed by qualified roofing team members who know exactly what to look for when it comes to damaged roofs. We’ll take pictures and document damage to help you build a case for your insurance claim.
Schedule a Visit with an Insurance Adjuster
An adjuster from your insurance company will come out and inspect your roof to determine the scope of work and what will be covered by your policy. Afterwards, we can meet with you to help clarify any questions you may have and discuss next steps for moving your roof replacement forward.
Insurance Repair Estimate
The insurance company will approve the work required as long as it’s covered under the policy, and issue a repair estimate as well as the funds needed to cover the repairs.
Roof Renovation or Replacement
After working with you and your insurance provider to ensure everyone is in alignment with the scope of work, we will acquire the materials and start installing your new roof. The duration of the project depends on several factors, including the roofing materials we install, whether or not you have an old roof that we need to remove, the type of roof decking, and the size of your home. Installing materials such as natural slate or concrete tile can take as long as nine days. However, we can complete a flat roofing or asphalt shingle installation within a day or two.
Inspections & Certificate of Completion
Depending on where you live, you may require a city inspection to ensure proper installation and that all code requirements were met. Once all final inspections are performed, we’ll issue a certificate of completion.
Payments & Mortgage Company Inspection
After the work is completed, we’ll notify your insurance company. The insurance company typically makes out your settlement check to you and the mortgage lender. In some cases, the mortgage company may perform their own inspection after the project is completed.