Do you have a burning question you’ve wanted to ask about roofing, but you don’t know where to get the answer? At RoofClaim.com, we get all kinds of questions about roofing, and our philosophy is: “No question is a bad question.” So, call us and ask us anything. Our highly professional and trained employees are passionate and knowledgeable about all things related to roofing. Below are a few questions we commonly hear.
“How do I know if my roof needs replaced?”
Determining if you need a new roof can be difficult. Your roof is not easy to access, and even if you can, it’s difficult to know what to look for. Roofs that are new or old could be compromised and require replacing. Damage from wind, rain or hail can cause imperfections and over time cause leaks. Scheduling an inspection with a reputable contractor is the best way to identify whether or not a roof should be replaced.
“Will my insurance cover the cost of a new roof?”
There are circumstances that merit your insurance company to cover the cost (or a portion of the cost) of your new roof. Most homeowner insurance policies will cover damage to your roof if it was caused by unpreventable reasons like vandalism or fire. Hurricane, tornado and hail damage is often covered as well. Your individual homeowners insurance policy will take some factors into consideration as they decide how much of your new roof will be covered. We are experts in navigating the claims process. Allow us to take the burden off of you, we’ll reach out to your insurance company directly saving you the hassle.
“How do I choose the right roof for my house?”
The professionals at RoofClaim.com can help you take all factors into consideration as you decide which roof color and style is right for you. One helpful hint is to drive around your neighborhood and town and notice which shingle types and colors you are attracted to. Check with your HOA or neighborhood covenants to make sure you are choosing an acceptable color and style.
Call us today! We’ve got you covered, and we’re here to answer all of your questions related to your roof.
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