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Free Roof Insurance Claim

Article by Camille P

Photography by Stephen

Georgia is famous for its torrential rainstorms that come with high-speed winds or hail. We often see roof damage, including hail-damaged shingles, torn metal roofs, and asphalt shingles on the ground. These issues can lead to water leaks in homes. With our 15 years of experience in this industry, Georgia Roof Advisors has seen and dealt with it all.

After a major storm has blown through, the homeowner’s first instinct is to call their insurance agent. They do this to file a homeowner’s insurance claim. But it is not always in the homeowner’s best interest.

Before calling your insurance agent about your homeowners’ insurance policy, it may be best to contact a roofing company. Here is why: professional roofing companies often work directly with insurance companies. A good roofing company like Georgia Roof Advisors can become your advocate and ensure you get the best outcome from your insurance company.

Professional Roofing Companies are the Experts

When you reach out to a professional roofing company like us for assessing your roof's damage, you can trust that we are HAAG certified. We will conduct a thorough and accurate roof inspection. Roofing experts do not look for surface damage; we dive deeper to find water and other underlying issues. After one of our roofing experts has inspected your roof, we will send a claim to the insurance company for a more accurate appraisal.

Should You File or Not? We’ll Help You Decide.

If a homeowner calls the insurance company first after sustaining damage, the company sends the adjuster to investigate. If the damage is below the deductible, the homeowner pays out of pocket, and the insurance company considers it a claim.

You will be at an advantage if you call your roofing professional first. Georgia Roof Advisors will hold homeowner under no obligation during our roof inspection and will not advise an insurance claim unless necessary.

In our roof inspection report, we will upfront about the costs involved, whether the situation calls for a roof repair or a new roof. We will make recommendations to help homeowners decide if making an insurance claim is necessary.

Best Friend for Your Home

Your roofing professional can be your best friend when it comes to your home. This is especially true when it has been damaged by a storm. As experts in the field, Georgia Roof Advisors will provide the best information and offer different repair options. Once we have performed an inspection and estimate, we will work directly with your insurance company. Our roofing consultants will work to ensure you receive proper compensation for damages based on your policy.

Georgia Roof Advisors – It is all about Trust

If you are looking for a trustworthy roofing advocate, give Georgia Roof Advisors a call. Our roof experts will visit your home to provide a free no-obligation roof inspection. After our roof inspection, we will provide our report, which includes our assessment and estimate to help you decide whether you should proceed with the insurance claim. For homeowners who do not use insurance or the damage is not storm related, we offer financing. Our business is top rated with the Better Business Bureau, and we are a GAF Master Elite Contractor.

Call us today at (678) 723-9995 or visit www.georgiaroofadvisors.com/ to schedule your free roof inspection. 

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