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With Vero Beach facing the eastern shore of Florida, it’s not really a surprise that we can get some fairly significant storms here. Though most of the year we’re spoiled with almost constant Florida sunshine, those storms can be quite damaging, whether it’s a hurricane or several minor storms that have built up damage over the years.
As roofing contractors in Vero Beach, we’ve seen just about all types of weather systems do damage to what seemed like fairly solid roofing systems, sometimes causing thousands of dollars of damage. Many times, when the roof is extensively damaged, families and businesses also experience loss of assets and personal property.
We are your friends in the roofing industry, and are proud to help you recover from those damages by processing insurance claims for you and provide a roofing estimate.
Because emergency work is often required after a storm, whether water damage is to blame or a tree branch has made your home or business uninhabitable, we promise a prompt and professional response, striving to protect your property from further damage. In an effort to relieve some of the stress that comes from having to deal with a crisis, we handle the claims process, working directly with your insurance agent to ensure a positive outcome.
Does your homeowners insurance policy pay for a new roof?
Your homeowner's insurance may fix roof leaks if they were caused by a covered mishap. While covering those cases, your homeowner's insurance policy will likely cover the cost to repair the leaking roof. Be sure to check that your insurance policy doesn't have a wind or hail exclusion. Keep in mind however, homeowners insurance generally does not cover damage resulting from lack of maintenance or wear and tear.
The standard homeowner's insurance policy covers storm damage, but before they issue payment, your insurer will send an adjuster to examine your roof and calculate the cost of repairs. During the inspection, they'll look for evidence of damage and proof that it was caused by a covered event.
Discover why so many of your friends and neighbors rely on The Roof Authority by calling us now for your roof damage assessment.
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