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Residential roofing insurance claims

How we can help

Filing a homeowners insurance claim can be confusing.  Woodall Roofing makes the process hassle free.  We specialize in assisting homeowners with claims related to storms including hail, wind or water damage.  Most homeowner insurance policies cover hail, tornado, water and wind damage.

We discuss your roofs damage with your insurance adjuster to make sure you get the full roof replacement or repairs at no charge to you other than your insurance deductible.

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Inspecting your roof

We can evaluate your roofs condition in just a few minutes.  Even if you think the roof damage is minor, it’s a good idea to have your roof inspected for damage after a storm.

Should you file a claim or not?

Our roof inspection will help you determine if filing a roofing insurance claim is the right thing to do.  In some cases a minor fix is all that is needed and can be more affordable than paying a deductible. In fact, the average cost of basic repairs are surprisingly low. Here are some details on the average cost of roof repair in Nashville, TN.

Our estimate

We have been working with local insurance agents and companies for several years.  After you review our recommendations, we prepare a roof damage estimate in the format the insurance companies prefer.  We check every detail to ensure your insurance claim is accurate.

Call your insurance company

The sooner you call your insurance company the better.  You will need your policy number.

Commercial roofing insurance claims

What to Expect When Filing an Insurance Claim

When your business needs to file an insurance claim for a damaged roof, we can help.  Woodall’s staff are commercial insurance claim experts.  Here are some of the steps in the process and what you should expect.

Step one: getting a certified inspection

The first thing we provide for your insurance claim is a professional certified inspection of you commercial roof.  Our inspection covers all aspects of your roof structure and materials.  You should only file a claim when it is absolutely needed.  In some cases a few minor repairs is the better and more affordable solution.  When there is significant damage we will recommend the claim and provide the details for your adjuster to clearly see the damaged areas.

Step two: getting an estimate

After we have done a thorough inspection of your building roof system, we will provide you with an estimate that covers the total cost.  The estimate gives clear details of the cost of materials, cost of labor and the time frame to have it repaired.

Step three: reviewing your insurance contract

Before contacting your claim adjuster we will look over your claim details to make sure you are completely covered and there are no unnecessary surprises.  A good and typical insurance policy will cover your buildings roof damage that is related to tornado, hail, water and high winds.  However, every insurance company and claim are not always the same so we will review your contract details and advise accordingly.

Step four: contacting your insurance adjuster

When needed we will talk to your adjuster to answer any questions regarding your roofs damage and the cost to repair or replace.  There is no additional cost to you for our help.  Your local insurance adjuster is familiar with our company and estimates.

Call your insurance company

The sooner you call your insurance company the better.  You will need your policy number.  When there is major damage to your building you may not have access to that information.

Get a Roofing Estimate

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What to Expect After Requesting an Estimate

You can expect a call from one of our residential roof experts within 24 hours to schedule an inspection at your convenience.

After the inspection you are given a detailed report on your roof’s condition, and our recommended action including the cost of materials and labor.

After your roof inspection we can help you with the insurance process if you need to file a claim.

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