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All of our locations are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer any questions or to set-up an appointment.
Appointments are available as soon as the next day. Emergency services are also available 24 hours a day if you are experiencing a leak.
Every initial site inspection is free to the property owner. During the inspection, we will identify any deficiencies and build a proposal to correct the problems.
Once the project stop is agreed upon and the contract is signed, you will have a dedicated production team and project manager to ensure clear communication and efficient installation.
What do I do if my mortgage company is on my check?
There are times when the name on the check that you receive for any damages to your home is the mortgage company, which can occur with specific companies and when the amount of money provided to you is high. In these situations, contact the mortgage company and request the necessary documents. These documents typically include the contract and a copy of your insurance claim. The check then needs to be signed by a mortgage company representative before you can deposit it.
What if Insurance won’t approve my claim?
If your insurance claim was denied and you disagree with the decision, you need to schedule a reinspection with your provider. You can schedule a trusted roofing company to join the insurance adjuster during your reinspection. The contractor can document the damage they notice and compare notes. If the contractor discovers damage unnoticed by the claims adjuster, you can submit that information to your provider as evidence in your appeal.
What is a Cosmetic Claim exclusion?
Cosmetic claim exclusions limit coverage for any cosmetic or aesthetic damage to property. If a hailstorm occurs, this clause’s presence means that the insurance policy does not provide coverage for pitting, denting, and other forms of superficial damage. If the roof’s appearance is damaged, but the underlying structure is still fully intact and properly functioning, the policy won’t provide coverage.
What is an ACV Insurance Policy?
ACV stands for actual cash value. This is commonly referred to as fair market value. This type of policy requires an insurance provider to pay replacement or repair costs to fix your roof, minus depreciation.