Insurance Claims

Insurance Claims

If you are a homeowner looking for a trustworthy roofing company in Houston, there is a good chance that your home has been damaged by wind or hail from a recent storm. Thousands of roofs are replaced each year in Houston due to this damage. These roof replacements are usually covered by your homeowner’s insurance policy.

Quite often, these wind or hail claims are the first and last claim that homeowners will ever file with their insurance company. To navigate this process, it is beneficial to have a representative from Texas Grand Roofing to guide you through the claims process. We are here to help you whether you have recently filed a claim, received an insurance settlement, or want to know whether it makes sense to pursue an insurance claim.

Steps for Filing an Insurance Claim for Your Home:

1Get a roof inspection from a reputable, local roofing company.
Always start with a free, no-obligation roof inspection if you think you have wind or hail damage to your home.
2If there is damage, file a claim with your insurance.
A representative from Woodforest Roofing can assist you when you file your claim. Your insurance company will likely ask if your roof has been inspected and if you have selector a contractor. Keep in mind, you can work with any roofing company you wish. It is entirely your choice.
3When the insurance adjuster inspects your roof, make sure the roofer is there.
It is so important to have your roofer present when the adjuster inspects your roof. When they inspect the roof together, they are more likely to find the damage that is covered by your insurance policy. This will save you valuable time with back and forth phone calls and re-inspections.
4Schedule your roof replacement with your roofer.
Once your insurance company approves your claim, you will need to schedule your roof placement. Depending on the weather, this should be done within five days of receiving your first check from your insurance company. A complete roof replacement typically takes 1-2 days.
5Your only out-of-pocket expense should be your deductible.
Your insurance company provides a detailed scope of loss that we use as a monetary guide to complete the repairs to your home.
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