When a storm damages your roof, your roofing insurance often covers the roof repair or the roof replacement cost. What you may not know is that insurance companies tend to leave a lot of money on the table when you file your roof insurance claim.
Modern Roof Co knows how to get the full return from your insurance company. You deserve to get what you’re owed when a storm hits and we will fight for you to get every possible dollar. You have a roofing insurance policy for a reason, and we make sure to maximize your insurance claim.
Our claims experts and project managers will guide you through the roof insurance claim process. We work directly with the insurance claims adjuster and make your claim straightforward. We have decades of experience dealing with insurance companies and know the steps.
Whatever the storm damage—from wind damaged shingles to filing a hail damage roof insurance claim—Modern Roof Co gets you what you’re owed.
Dealing with an insurance claim for roof damage is a headache you don’t need in your life. The insurance claims adjuster provides low estimates on claims and leaves money out of the estimate.
To get insurance to pay for your roof replacement, and to pay the full amount, we recommend using a thorough and honest roofing company.
Modern Roof Co employs claims experts that work directly with engineers to provide you with roof reports. We are more thorough than the insurance claims adjuster and raised claims by more than 200%—sometimes more.
Let us deal with this insurance headache for you. We are well versed, eager to be on your team, and want you to get the best roof possible.
The first step in any roof insurance claim is to contact your insurance provider. We can help you find the number and handle the call, but you will need to call. The first contact is important and Modern Roof Co. can help guide you through it.
The second step in the insurance claim process is the insurance claims adjuster will set up an appointment to inspect your roof. Our project managers will inspect the roof with you and the adjuster. This ensures a proper inspection and accounting of all visible variables.
The third step is the adjusting the claim for the total amount of work. The insurance claims adjuster provides a written scope of work in a week or two. We assess the adjusted scope of work and readjust it to maximize amount for your claim.
This step is essential and Modern Roof Co does its due diligence to handle every available detail. This step of the insurance claims process involves using Xactimate and thoroughly assessing your roof insurance claim. We negotiate with insurance claims adjuster and mutually agree on a new adjusted scope of work.
The fourth step is repairing or replacing your roof. We have crews and subcontractors ready to start working on your roof today. Whether it is hail damage, wind damage, or any storm damage that destroyed your roof, we guarantee to restore your roof completely, and frequently in far better shape.
In this step there can be unforeseen circumstances that further increase the amount for the insurance claim.
Communication is necessary during construction. Your insurance will send you checks and notifications for each adjustment made. To make sure your roof construction goes smooth, please keep an open line of communication with Modern Roof Co and your roofing crew regarding communication with our insurance company.
The fifth step is a happy customer and proud roofing contractor. We complete your roof and handle any additional insurance documentation. We love to hear feedback on our work. If you have time, please provide a review, we appreciate your time.
Denver, Colorado and the surrounding areas are frequent victims of vicious hail storms. When a storm devastates your neighborhood, you can be sure to see hail storm chasers come out of the woodwork.
There are more than a handful of disreputable roofing ‘companies’ out there. They assess your hail damage roof insurance claim, take your money, and run. These scammers make a bad name for the industry and you shouldn’t have to deal with criminals.
You can trust Modern Roof Co to do the job right. We will be with you throughout the insurance claim process and make sure you get the most on your hail damage roof insurance claim. We founded the company on reliability and putting our customers first.
Our project managers have completed hundreds of hail damage roof insurance claims and all to customer satisfaction.
When hail strikes, contact Modern Roof Co to get the full amount on your hail damage roof insurance claim.
Wind can be as damaging, if not more so, than hail and other heavy storms. The roof insurance claims wind damage category is not something that’s on your mind on a windy day. As the winds pick up and become dangerous, you might notice wind damaged shingles.
Your insurance company typically covers the wind damage to your roof. The insurance claims adjuster will not know the full extent of the damage and might give you less many than you deserve.
Modern Roof Co handles the wind damage roof insurance claim and properly raise the claim amount. As a Denver-based roofing company, we see these claims all the time. Our local project managers will repair your roof quickly.
We handle roof shingle repair, roof tile repair, and most other wind damage roof insurance claims.
Wind damage can happen at any time, and when it does Modern Roof Co will be at your side to fix your roof.
The 2012 Colorado State Senate Bill (12-038) established guidelines regarding property restoration, specifically addressing deductibles. The bill states,
“6-22-101 (1) The general assembly hereby declares that the purpose of enacting this article is to protect Colorado consumers by:
(c) Prohibiting roofing contractors from paying, waiving, rebating, or promising to pay, waive, or rebate all or part of any insurance deductible applicable to an insurance claim made to the property owner’s property and casualty insurer for payment for roofing work.”
Roofing contractors are not allowed to pay, waive, rebate all or part of a property insurance deductible.
Contractors that promise to do this are, in effect, violating Colorado State Law.
The deductible is due to the contractor from the property owner before or upon completion of work. Deductibles exist to keep eliminate small claims and keep premiums more affordable. They keep homeowners accountable and invested in the utilization of insurance-covered restoration. Without deductibles, property owners would be less cautious about their property and attempt to collect excess funds for losses.