You’ve had some roof damage and need to make a claim with your insurance company. So, before you do anything, give A&M PREMIER a call. As professionals, we are capable of dealing with the claims process, which can be very cumbersome. It is very important to have a team of experienced contractors that can ensure your claim is handled properly. We cannot stress this enough.
Insurance Claims: What every homeowner should know
State Farm Insurance lost $3.9 billion in 2012 due to hail and wind damage. Roof insurance claims accounted for the astronomical sum. Homeowners are typically bewildered by documents, inspections, and dealing with insurance agents while making claims.
Roof insurance claims might be straightforward or complex. If a person needs a new roof, or just repairs on an existing one, there are a few things he or she should know before getting started. This may be a difficult task to navigate at times. However, we ensure the process goes smoothly, and provide the greatest potential result.
If your roof is damaged in any way, and you have homeowner’s insurance, there are a number of factors that will determine what is covered, and how much the insurance company will actually reimburse. It is imperative to have a competent roofing contractor on your side that can verify your claim, and ensure you receive everything you are entitled to. Important materials are left off of claims nearly every time a claim is filed, and you cannot/will not be able to determine this without a professional. Remember, insurance is a business.
How does the insurance claims process work ?
Upon filing a claim, your insurance company will send an inspector/adjuster to verify your claim. If you do not have a professional contractor there to go over the damage with the insurance adjuster, there is a very high probability that your claim will not be handled properly.
There are a variety of situations that might cause damage to a person’s roof. Hail is identifiable by the indentations they create on the roof surface, while high winds will detach your shingles, and in some cases blown them off of the roof entirely. Both will leave your roof open to the elements, and will cause leaks over time.
What can A&M PREMIER do for you when dealing with a potential insurance claim?
When the build is done, we handle the remaining steps with your insurance company, and we make sure you are satisfied with all aspects of the process, leaving no customer unhappy, ever