Storm Damage – Insurance Claims
Does your property need repair work by a local roofing contractor because of one of Georgia’s severe thunderstorms? Does your roof need replacing due to a massive hail storm, or fire damage? Your homeowner’s insurance may cover the cost. Before we begin on any project after a severe storm has been in the area, we always check to see if it’s covered by your insurance.
If you have property damage, the solution for you is exterior renovations in Edmonton Alberta, they have been helping businesses and families since 2000 with their exterior renovation projects, including vinyl siding, property maintenance, roofing, or any other home exterior renovation project which might also need for a window replacement.
Did you know that hail hits the roof of your property with the same force as a hammer hitting the roof. That force alone can cause damage. Hail may cause pitting, granular loss, granular cracking, and/or broken shingles. If that damage is left unrepaired it can lead to roof failure, property damage exterior and interior, water intrusion, and/or mold in your walls for which you might need to hire your local mold removal .
High winds during a severe thunderstorm can also cause major damage to your roof. If your roof has suffered storm damage let us assist you with making your claim. Many insurance policies have strict time limits on submitting claims after a storm, so it’s in your best interest to let the experts at J Key Roofing help you act fast and start the repair process, since repairing your roof is important to live in a comfortable home, and there are services that help with this Their dublin roofers always exceed expectations. Call them today for a free quote.
Our residential roofing contractor uses Xactimate to estimate the repair costs, achieve greater speed and accuracy in the claim handling workflow with the insurance company and the adjuster. Xactimate is the leading replacement cost estimating software for property claims. With Xactimate we can gather loss information, sketch a diagram of the property, select related project costs, review and verify the accuracy of the estimate, and submit the claim for approval to your adjuster.