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Tips To Insurance Claims For Roof Damage

When it comes to filing an insurance claim for damage done to your roof, it’s important to understand the process and to create a well-organized, comprehensive claim. In this blog, we’ll provide you with tips of how to effectively file your insurance claim for roof damage.

1. Take pictures of the damage and all relevant documents

The first step to filing an insurance claim for roof damage is to take photos of the damage to submit as evidence. There should be an interior and exterior photo of the damage. Additionally, take photos of any relevant documents, such as the installation invoice for the roof, the contract, and any other relevant documents that your insurance company may request.

2. Gather receipts for the roof

It’s important to provide receipts for the roof, as this will help your insurance company understand the cost of the claim. These receipts can include installation costs, materials costs, and labor costs.

3. File your claim with the insurance company

Once you have taken pictures and gathered receipts, you should contact your insurance company and file a claim. The insurance company will provide you with a deadline to submit these documents. You should submit the documents within this deadline in order to maximize your chances of having your claim approved.

4. Document the process

In order to keep track of the insurance claim process, it’s important to document everything that is done. Make sure to save emails, dates, and other communication that you have with the insurance company. Additionally, keep a copy of all documents that you submit, as this will help with the follow-up process. Filing an insurance claim for roof damage can be a stressful process, but if you are organized and follow these tips, you will be able to maximize your chances of having your claim approved.
Matt began his roofing career at the age of 12 working for free for his uncle cleaning/organizing trucks tools. At 16 he began working on the roof for his uncle Jerry Adams of A&B Roofing/Jerry Adams Investments. He learned the fundamentals of various types of roofing including: hot tar, wood shake, shingle, tile as well as composition shingle. He then went to work for C&M Custom Roofing. Looking to expand his knowledge and gain further advancement in the industry he went on to run a crew at Nu Shake Roofing. After Nu Shake he decided to focus his attention on metal roofing and began working for Cal Pac Metal Roofing Co. After that he went on to Cal Neva which was another metal roofing company. Still looking to learn more and push the limits of what he had been taught he moved to the Sierra Nevada mountains where he ran crews for Carter Roofing, Robinson Roofing and Matteson Roofing before finally opening the doors of Warren Roofing in 2008.