Filing a roofing insurance claim can be intimidating, especially if you don't know where to begin.
That’s why we’ve outlined steps to guide you through the insurance claims process. With a little bit of research, a few phone calls, and a well-documented process, you should be able to identify what your insurance covers and how to find a qualified roofer to repair the damages.
Determine What Your Policy Covers
The first step in filing an insurance claim for your roof is to contact your insurance provider.
Some policies account for the age of your roof at the time of the incident.
There has been a lot of extreme weather across the country this year. Extreme wind, rain, and snow leads to many homeowners experiencing leaking and damaged roofing systems, which often lead to even larger home repair bills when the interior of the home is damaged.
A new roof and other home repairs can be expensive for any individual to take on, so in any weather related event it pays to explore the option of filing a roofing insurance claim. In many cases, your homeowners insurance covers your roof damage due to weather events.