Simplified Insurance Claim Assistance in Decatur, TX
Many homeowners dread weather events because roof damage leads to uncomfortable meetings with insurance companies. However, it doesn’t have to be that way. At Tex-Line Roofing and Construction, we simplify the insurance claim assistance process. Our claims process makes the storm damage roof repair process less daunting. Our commercial and residential roof repair experts can handle your claim professionally and efficiently.
Tips to Keep in Mind
- You must file an insurance claim no later than two years from the date of the damage.
- You may receive a single check if the claim is small or if your policy covers “Actual Cash Value” instead of “Replacement Cost Value.”
Our Insurance Claim Assistance and Roof Repair Process
When you call us for insurance claim assistance, you can expect the following:
- Comprehensive damage assessment. Roof damage after a storm may be as obvious as a fallen tree on the roof or a section of missing shingles. However, you’ll need our trained eyes to document every bit of damage on your roof properly.
- Help with the claim adjustment process. One of our licensed roofers can meet your insurance adjuster at your property and ensure that they see the same damage to your roof that we identified in our initial inspection.
- Help with interpreting your policy. Do you know how much your deductible is? Are there special clauses in your policy? We’ll go over your insurance coverage with you.
- Navigating the approval process. Once the insurance company approves your claim, you will receive the first check. In most cases, the total sum of the first check will be the estimated amount minus the deductible and depreciation.
- The repair or replacement. Once we have approval from the insurance company, we’ll work quickly using quality materials to restore your property to optimum condition.
- Completing the claims process. Upon completion of the project, we will send a final invoice to the company to make up the difference between the initial check and the final cost.