On a yearly basis, approximately one in every 50 insured homes has a property damage claim related to wind or hail. In many of those cases, the homeowners submitted the claims for roof damages. Those claims ultimately help the homeowners save money, but the insurance claim process can be difficult to navigate. Where do you start with the claim? What do you need to do to get the costs of your damages covered? Our team of expert roofers and contractors have provided roofing and restoration services for a plethora of homeowners who were filing damage claims with their insurance companies. As you navigate the roof repair and roof insurance claim process, here are a few steps that you'll want to be sure to take.
Hiring someone to work on your home can be a challenging process. You want someone experienced who isn’t going to break the bank; you want someone trustworthy and with a reliable track record; you want someone who can get the job done and get it done right. Finding those individuals or companies - especially when time is of the essence because your home has been affected by a storm - is a stressful and often fruitless endeavor. In many cases, people struggle to find what they are looking for because they don’t know what to look for. When it comes to hiring a hail contractor to perform work on your home after storm damage has occurred, there are a few specifics you want to keep your eye out for. Let’s review how you can easily find a trusted and reliable hail contractor in the Denver area.
We talk to homeowners with hail damage about whether or not a general contractor can handle their repairs. Insurance policies can be complex documents, full of confusing jargon and clauses that the layman struggles to decipher. So, it’s no surprise that many homeowners aren’t sure if their claims can be handled by roofing general contractors. To help clear the air, let’s discuss insurance claims and how general contractors fit into the equation when your home is damaged.
Business owners in Colorado find themselves in a unique situation. While it may seem like a no-brainer for a business owner on the coast to have high-quality property insurance on their building, it may not seem so obvious for a Colorado business owner. Sitting right in the middle of what meteorologists call “Hail Alley,” Colorado properties see their fair share of storm damage and businesses are not immune. If your property does succumb to hail damage, don’t fret. Ethos offers commercial insurance claims assistance in Colorado. Let’s walk through the process.