Your Partner Throughout the Roof Insurance Claim Process
When hail, heavy winds, or other weather events leave your commercial or residential roof damaged, leaking, or destroyed, the last thing you want to add to your life is the stress of dealing with an insurance company. But because homeowner’s insurance likely covers roof repair or replacement costs, filing a claim is in your best interest. With Energy Efficient Roofing & Construction as your roofing contractor, you have a partner that has your back through each step of the claims process.
The first step in roofing insurance claims for storm damage is to have our team out to your property to perform a thorough inspection. During your free evaluation, our professionals meticulously examine each roof element, noting and photographing all signs of weather-related issues. After we assess the damage, we consult with you on whether we feel a roof replacement insurance claim is the appropriate solution. If it is, we contact your insurer to schedule a time to inspect the roof with an adjuster, outline the scope of work, and perform all repair or replacement services within your provider’s quote.
As an experienced roofing company, we’ve installed, repaired, and maintained several types of sloped or flat roofs throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, including:
The first thing you should do after inclement weather or strong winds is to schedule a free inspection with EERC. Our free inspections are the first step in filing a roof insurance claim and keeping your family and home safe and protected.
While holes in your roof or missing materials are easily spotted, many signs of storm damage that qualify for a roof insurance claim are far more subtle and hard to detect. Because of this, it’s essential to have the trained eyes of EERC’s inspectors take a look at your roof following a storm.
We have the training and hands-on experience to identify obvious and hidden signs of damage, like:
- Loose or missing materials
- Granule loss
- Water intrusion points
- Damaged guttering
- Hail impact marks
- Ice dams
- Broken or disfigured flashings, vent pipes, and chimney elements
- Saturated insulation
If we identify any of these conditions on your home or building, the insurance adjuster will likely approve your roof insurance claim. From there, we ensure your roof replacement insurance claim maximizes your policy and that your only expense is your policy’s legally required deductible.