Q: Will my insurance companies pay for a new roof replacement?
A: Your insurance company should pay for damage that is the result of an act of nature or accident. These include hail storms, hurricanes, tornadoes, falling branches or debris, or other incident if specified on your contract. **We use the word should because some insurance companies will fight to not pay what you deserve.**
Q: What to do if I think my roof is damaged?
A: Contact a representative at Royal Crown Roofing to inspect your roof and document damage, We offer free inspections and details of how to contact us is here. We can help by inspecting your roof and seeing if there is enough damage to warrant an insurance claim.
Q: What will happen during the insurance inspection?
A: Our dedicated roof inspectors can be on hand when your insurance adjustor arrives to inspect the damage, they will ensure the adjuster can see all the damage the inspector can and make sure all areas of concern are included on the final report. This ensures you get the compensation you deserve from your roofing insurance inspection for quality roof repairs and replacements.
Q: How much money will I get from my insurance company?
A: A final determination of the value of the claim will be made by the insurance company, based on the report from the insurance adjustor. This is where Royal Crown Roofing stands above all else, if we do not believe the adjuster has provided a fair estimate we will request a new adjuster to view the damages on your roof.
Q: I have several estimates to repair my roof and they are all different. Why?
A: Before making a decision, make sure all the estimates are offering the same materials and workmanship. One contractor might propose using 30 year shingles, while another may offer installation of a 50 year shingle.
Why wait for the drip, drip, drip of a damaged roof It’s a good idea to inspect your roof regularly, particularly in Texas where we get extreme weather. You can inspect your roof yourself by either climbing on your roof or by using binoculars from the ground.
If you do choose to go up on the roof yourself, remember to always utilize proper safety equipment to prevent any falls or injury.
Here are some things to look for:
Check flashing for damage or inadequate coverage
Look under eaves and overhangs for damage
Examine shingles for any that are missing, cracked, curled, torn, or warped
Look for any open seams, joints or popped and rusted nails or stains around nails
Look for signs of insects or critter infestation (squirrels love climbing on roofs and they can make holes)
Check for sagging or unsound areas
Check for rotten fascia and eaves
Inspect your sources of roof ventilation to make sure they are not clogged
Inspect gutters for sagging or signs of leaks and be sure to remove any leaves or debris
Check for dark patches or biological growth
Check around pipes and roof penetrations to make sure they are sealed and in good shape
Look inside the attic for signs of leaks, dark spots, holes, sagging sheathing or rotting wood
You can do all this yourself, but if you’re uncomfortable with the idea of walking around on your roof, climbing a ladder in the first place, or you just want a professional inspection done, then give us a call at 844-ROYAL-14 or click here to be directed to our contact page.
Remember, we provide a free no obligation inspection of your roof