FILING AN INSURANCE CLAIM

​Everyone we have met hates dealing with insurance companies. Filing a claim on your homeowners’ insurance is no different. Often, the claims process is confusing and time-consuming, leaving homeowners frustrated. When you call a roofing company before your insurance company, you can avoid the entire claims fiasco. A roofing company can provide your insurance company with an estimate and negotiate the settlement. You don’t have to be involved at all.

Why you should call a roofing company before your insurance Co.

​​After storm or winter damage to roofs, homeowners often call insurance companies for estimates. It may seem like the natural step to take, but it’s not always in the best interest of the homeowner. Before calling your insurance company, it may be best to contact a roofing company directly. Roofing companies frequently work directly with insurance companies and understand their processes for estimates. A good roofing company like SEAMLESS EXPERTS can become your advocate and ensure insurance companies do not take advantage of you.

ROOFING EXPERTS

​Insurance adjusters are not roofing experts. Calling a roofing company out to assess damage will guarantee a thorough and accurate inspection. Roofing experts don’t look for surface damage, but instead dive deeper to find water and other underlying problems. Insurance adjusters often miss deeper issues and the roof’s situation only deteriorates. After a roofing professional has inspected your roof, the company can send a claim to the insurance company for a more accurate appraisal.


CALLING IN A ROOFING COMPANY

Most homeowners despise filing claims through insurance. The task is usually tedious and painful, resulting in hours of lost time.   To avoid dealing with the insurance companies, many homeowners call contractors first.There are a few advantages to calling a roofing company before insurance. The biggest advantage is establishing an ally to help you negotiate with insurance, if necessary. Good roofing companies will help you with the insurance paperwork if that’s the path you choose.​​