Roof Insurance and how to get the most out of your claim
Need an Insurance claim from an Evansville Roofer?
Your family is safe, the storm is over, but now you are here wondering if you'll get to claim the damage on your roof with your insurance company and get it fixed. Follow these VERY IMPORTANT steps to make sure your insurance company pays for the damage and gets it done quickly!
First step in getting your roof insurance claim done right is to get the claim in as quickly as possible. You don't want to move too fast and get shorted either.
When an insurance adjuster comes out, their job is to get you a claim quickly, but a lot of times they sacrifice speed for amount. They go for a "lump sum" and their estimate ends up being much lower than what it will really take to get the job done right.
If your insurance company doesn't accept "lump sum" estimates and you are spending all kinds of time getting new and various estimates, you may miss the window of opportunity to get your roof repaired quickly and get much less than what is truly needed by a quality, licensed insurance company like Roofing Evansville IN.
Skip that hassle! Call us, the best Evansville Roofer. We will document the roof damage and give you a true estimate that you can present to your insurance company first instead of going through the time consuming and costly process of an independent adjuster trying to capitalize on a moment of emergency for your family.
Your roof damage will be line item documented by a system that is used by 80% of the insurance companies to calculate repair costs. It will be presented in a way that gets it looked at faster and more fairly than a lone wolf looking to make a quick buck.
Call Roofing Evansville IN to handle your Roof Insurance Claim after your roof has been damaged.
ALSO: We pride ourselves in the speed at which we can properly and professionally put your roof on. We back that work with a lifetime guarantee on work and craftsmanship! Why mess with any other Evansville roofer that doesn't offer that up front?