If your roof has been damaged in a storm or accident and you need to file an insurance claim, we will provide an on-site inspection of your roof and a thorough report on the damage as well as estimates for repairs or replacement. We will also provide you with information on how to file a claim directly with your insurance company. The insurance adjuster is there for your insurance company, not to benefit you, but to save your insurance company as much as possible in payouts. And because insurance adjusters could have many roofs to look at if there’s been a bad storm that caused widespread damage, problems with your roof could be overlooked as they rush through their inspection to get to the next client. Their heavy workload could mean something is missed and costs you money.
Our experienced technicians will ensure that everything is reported correctly. We’ll work with the adjuster to get the quality materials and labor needed to restore your roof to its original condition.
A roof’s value depreciates over time. If your depreciation is recoverable, (your policy should tell you this) you will have to spend the amount that your insurance adjustment stated as the Replacement Cost Value in order to receive the full recoverable depreciation.