You pay your premiums on your Replacement Cost Value insurance policy so that your homeowners insurance protects your roof if it’s damaged by a storm. But when the time comes to use it, the insurance company doesn't give you enough money to cover your roofing contractor’s scope of work.
Finding roof damage after a strong storm isn’t a fun experience. And to be honest, dealing with the insurance company to get it taken care of is even less fun.
Your roof stands up to weather throughout its life, and your shingles are the first line of protection. But all it takes is one strong storm with straight-line winds to ruin the party.
The Nashville, TN, area is used to strong storms throughout the year. Unfortunately, this leads to damage to roofs all over the Nashville area.
The insurance claim process for your storm-damaged roof is confusing. Nothing is more confusing than how the pricing works.
Choosing a roofing contractor in Franklin, TN, is a huge decision under normal circumstances. But it gets even more compounded when there’s storm damage involved.
What to do when the insurance adjuster denies your claim You pay your insurance premiums to protect your roof in the event of storm damage. Unfortunately, there are plenty of cases where an insurance adjuster denies a roof claim.
Finding storm damage to your roof after extreme weather hits the Brentwood, TN, area is stressful. Dealing with the insurance company and filing a claim is even more stressful.