Assistance With Your Insurance Claim
At Cornerstone Construction, we don’t believe you should forego a settlement owed to you, so we’ve made it simple for you. If you need assistance, please book your complimentary Roof Top Inspection.
Let Cornerstone Construction Assist With Your Roof Insurance Claim
Weather-related disasters are the primary cause of the need for roof replacements or repairs for homes and businesses each year. Fortunately, most homeowner and business insurance policies cover the cost of a new roof in the event of a natural disaster. To ensure a smooth replacement process, it is advisable to work with a knowledgeable roofing contractor who understands the insurance claims process. With years of experience, Cornerstone Construction has assisted hundreds of homeowners and business owners in navigating this process.
Our team of experts will guide you through every step of the insurance claims process, providing support and expertise throughout.
Follow These Steps To File Your Claim
Here’s what happens after your free roof inspection with us:
1. Contact your insurance company and inform them of your intent to file a claim for storm damage to your roof, providing the date of the storm. Mention that a professional roofing company has assessed the damage.
2. Your insurance company will likely assign an adjuster to your case. Schedule a time and date with the adjuster and let them know that you will be accompanied by a roofing representative. Be sure to obtain a claim number.
3. Notify us of the scheduled meeting with the adjuster so that we can be there to represent you and support your claim.
Note: It’s crucial that you inform us of the date and time of the adjuster’s meeting to ensure our experts can assist you effectively.
Don’t Fall For “Low Bid” Contractors!
Beware of contractors who claim they will pay your deductible, allowing you to keep the difference. This is not a legitimate offer and is actually considered insurance fraud. The practice of creating false contracts to support this claim is not acceptable.
Instead of opting for the lowest bid, it’s important to choose the best contractor for the job. It’s important to understand that depreciation is only used to cover the actual cost of the damages. If the estimate provided by the contractor is lower than the actual cost, the insurance company will only pay based on that estimate.