What If It's Not Badly Damaged?

 

Most homeowners are under the assumption that if they can't see it, then there is no problem.  That's why it’s vital to have your roof inspected to determine if there's anything that needs to be addressed.

 

Even if a roof looks presentable, there are many variables that determine whether you qualify for a roof payout.  Some of those things are:

  • Recalled shingles
  • Roof age
  • Flashing
  • Storm direction
  • Insurance provider
  • Absence of up-to-date roofing requirements.

Allow us to give you a free inspection to at least tell you the status of your roof. Knowing what's going on up there helps to eliminate problems before they become a major issue and allows us to confidently fight for your roof replacement.

 

Why Restoration?

To a home insurance company, the roof is the most important part of your house. It’s the gateway to far greater damage claims once it’s damaged.

 

If you have a damaged roof, you’re likely going to have problems within your home that will lead to more claims. In more than 90 percent of hail or high-wind claims, there is a payout relative to the roof cover, according to the Insurance Institute for Business and Home Safety. Insurance companies review roofing claims very carefully and they expect you to provide proper documentation and other information to process your claim.

 

Many homeowners want their roofs done but don’t know the insurance prioritizes and will cover it. Not knowing the of Insurance leads to thousands of homeowners being taken advantage of by their policies.

 

 

 

 

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