Orlando Roofing Insurance Claims
Hail, wind, and storm damage are considered an insurance loss on your homeowner’s policy. In these instances, most insurance companies will pay the entire cost, minus your deductible, for replacing your damaged roof and it does not count against you for future rate increases. Keeping You Dry Roofing Contractors Orlando specializes in accident and weather related damage repair and replacement. We will help you deal with your insurance company and meet with your insurance adjuster to work on your behalf on insuring the claim will get approved. We see to it that you pay no out-of-pocket expense other than your insurance deductible. Our entire staff, from inspectors to installers, are well-trained on identifying storm damage and we use the best quality roofing materials to insure your new roof will look beautiful and last for many years.
1. Have your roof evaluated by one of our courteous roofing representatives, if damages are found.
2. Start a claim.
- You can contact your homeowner’s insurance provider and start a new claim. You will receive a claim number and information from the adjuster assigned to your case.
- At this time, set an appointment with the adjuster and immediately notify your sales representative. The presence of your KYD team member at this appointment is crucial.
3. Verify the report.
Provide us with a copy of your insurance adjuster’s summary report. This is so we can review the findings, check all the measurements, and make any adjustments if something was overlooked.
There will be several forms to be filled out and notarized regarding permits. We have an in house notary that will assist in this process.
We do not collect any money up front. Payment for the roof repair/replacement is due once your new roof passes FINAL inspection with the city or county.
You will receive an initial check from your insurance company for a portion of the claim, and the repair/ replacement of your roof can begin. Upon completion of your roof, your KYD sales representative will submit the final invoice to your insurance company. Your insurance company will issue a check for the remainder of the claim total, less your deductible.