Roofing Insurance Claims
Roofing Insurance Claims
If your roof was damaged due to a storm or another disaster, then Shield Roofing & Construction can assist you with your insurance claim. Hail, wind and storm damages are considered an insurance loss on your homeowner’s insurance policy. It is the responsibility of the insurance company to pay the entire cost, except for your deductible, for replacing your roof. The claim is also considered a natural disaster and should not count against you personally for future rate increases. Shield Roofing & Construction specializes in weather related damage repairs and replacements and working with insurance.
We will help you navigate the insurance adjusting and claims process. We will work with your insurance company to document the damage and file the correct papers. We will provide a free inspection and detailed report of the condition of your roof to assist you in receiving the maximum coverage and applicable to your particular situation.
Reasons You May Need to File a Roof Insurance Claim
- Storm Damage
- Wind Damage
- Damage from Fallen Trees
- Fire Damage
- Car Collision Damage
- Pooled Rain Water
- Snow or Hail Damage
- Extreme Temperatures
Shield Roofing & Construction Insurance Process
Step 1: Call Shield Roofing & Construction and set up a free inspection with one of our project managers.
Step 2: If we find damage, we will help you file a claim with your insurance company.
Step 3: The insurance company will call you and let you know when an insurance adjuster will be at your house to inspect your roof. We will represent you! Shield Roofing & Construction and your insurance adjuster will discuss covered damages and come to a verbal agreement.
Step 4: The adjuster may send you paperwork with what damages are covered, be sure to give any paperwork you receive to your project manager who represents Shield Roofing & Construction.
Step 5: Discuss your preference, shingle or metal, and color options and give it to your project manager so we can set up a start date as soon as possible.
Step 6: Your insurance company will send you the first check, when you receive the first one let your project manager know or call our office so we can let your project manager know.
Step 7: After work is completed, Shield Roofing & Construction will send all paperwork necessary to your adjuster for them to release the held depreciation money.
Step 8: Let your project manager or our office know when you receive your second insurance check.
Step 9: Enjoy your beautiful new roof! It’s as easy as that!