If you feel that you have damage from a recent storm please call us so that we may evaluate the extent of the damage to your roof. We will complete a roof inspection to determine if you should file a claim with your insurance. Temporary repairs can be made to prevent further damage until you receive more information from your insurance company.

If enough storm related damage is found you will need to complete the process below:

  1. Notify your insurance company of the damage to your property. Make sure to have your policy number available before you call the insurance claim center. Provide the insurance representative with information regarding your specific type of damages as well as the date the damages occurred to your roof.
  2. The insurance company will provide you with the claim number, adjuster name and adjuster phone number. Be sure to record all of this information when given.
  3. Upon completion of the roofing project most insurance companies provide an insurance check in the name of the home owner and the contractor.

Insurance Claims Process

If you feel that you have damage from a recent storm please call us so that we may evaluate the extent of the damage to your roof. We will complete a roof inspection to determine if you should file a claim with your insurance. Temporary repairs can be made to prevent further damage until you receive more information from your insurance company.

If enough storm related damage is found you will need to complete the process below:

  1. Notify your insurance company of the damage to your property. Make sure to have your policy number available before you call the insurance claim center. Provide the insurance representative with information regarding your specific type of damages as well as the date the damages occurred to your roof.
  2. The insurance company will provide you with the claim number, adjuster name and adjuster phone number. Be sure to record all of this information when given.
  3. Upon completion of the roofing project most insurance companies provide an insurance check in the name of the home owner and the contractor.