When it comes to filing an insurance claim on your home or business there is no better roofing company to work with than WeatherKing Roofing. We are here to alleviate the stress and time it takes to file an insurance claim by providing you with an insurance billing specialist who is 100% committed to ensuring you receive every penny you deserve.
WRC has developed a simple 5-step process that will assist you every step of the way.
STEP 1. – CALL WEATHERKING
Call us for a through damage inspection. 737-230-8170
STEP 2. – CONFIRM DAMAGE & FILE CLAIM
Once we have confirmed that your roof has damaged caused by a recent storm (wind, hail, lightning, fire, and water) our team of experts will guide you through the process of filing an insurance claim.
STEP 3. – SET APPOINTMENT WITH INSURANCE ADJUSTER
After your claim has been filed an insurance field adjuster will be provided to you by your insurance. Your insurance adjuster will set a date and time to examine the storm damage. In order for us to best assist you with the inspection, we ask that you give your assigned Project Manager a minimum 24-48 hours notice of the date and time this appointment will take place. On the day of your appointment, your Project Manager will walk the property with your insurance adjuster to inspect the damage and make sure all areas are properly noted.
STEP 4. – GETTING EVERY PENNY YOU DESERVE
Once the field adjuster has inspected the damage it will be either (denied or approved). At this time your insurance billing specialist at WeatherKing will step in and act as an advocate for you ensuring that all damaged components are correctly paid for by your insurance company. Our teams of Insurance Specialist are professionally trained to handle problematic insurance adjusters, so whether your claim gets denied or approved expect that we will get you every penny you deserve.
STEP 5. – REVIEW SCOPE OF WORK AND SET A DATE TO BEGIN
Once your insurance adjuster has approved the scope of work, you will receive an ACV (actual cash value) check within 7-10 business days. It is important that you read your policy contract and understand its limitations.
If you have any questions about your homeowner coverage, please do not hesitate to contact your insurance representative or contact us today.