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Navigating the Insurance Claim Process

Often after a large storm or extreme weather, many local homeowners find themselves with a damaged roof and are faced with the daunting task of filing an insurance claim. If you’ve never filed a claim before, the process can be confusing. Here are the basic steps to follow:

1. Call us. We’d be happy to come out and inspect your roof for damage. It’s helpful to have an experienced and licensed contractor to help navigate the process with the insurance company and adjuster.

2. File a claim. Reach out to your insurance company and notify them of the damage. Your insurer may ask you to take pictures and send out an adjuster.

3. After your claim has been filed and approved, the insurance company will provide a “statement of loss” which should be given to your contractor. This document outlines the scope of work covered by your claim.

Once we review the “statement of loss” together, we’ll get to work on your project. Our company has the best warranties in the industry, so you can rest easy knowing that after your roof is installed you’ll be covered in the future for labor and materials.

Overwhelmed? Feel free to give us a call at any time in this process to talk it through 401-438-1499.

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