How to file a claim with your insurance company for Hail Damage. Mckinney Roofing Contractors

 

How to file an Insurance Claim

Mckinney Contractors 469-269-2838 (AVET)

When you home has been through a Hail Storm such as the one in this video you’re obviously are going to need your roof and property inspected.  Having a Roofing Contractor see you if you warrants filling an Insurance Claim is a very important decision to make first.  You’re Homeowners Insurance carries a typical deductible of 1% of your homes insured value.  This means if you have 200 thousand dollars worth of coverage, you’re deductible is often $2,000.

 

 

 

Mckinney Contractors 469-269-2838 (AVET)

When you’re insurance adjuster visits the property and doesn’t find enough Hail Strikes in a 10 X 10 area on all 4 sides of your roof to approve it for replacement you’re in a pinch.  Since the Roof is the major ticket item, the gutters, fence and other minor repairs such as window beading will be approved for replacement but can be very close the the deductible amount.  An example would be a claim for $3,000 worth of damage and your deductible is $2,000 so you get a check for $1,000 once repairs are completed.  It’s important to know that the items in your claim are no longer insured under your policy until the repairs have been made.

 

 

Mckinney Contractors 469-269-2838 (AVET)

I would highly recommend that you give Mckinney Contractors a phone call to get your free Roofing Inspection as a piece of mind before filling your claim.  Once the claim is filed, have your Contractor meet the Adjuster to make sure you’re getting represented by a professional who has your best interests at heart.  You can reach MC by calling 469-269-2838 (AVET) and ask for Ron.  The original blog can be found at http://lightingbyveterans.blogspot.com/.  Jesus is the reason for the season and we’ll be looking forward to assisting you.  – RR


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