It’s important to know how badly your roof has been damaged, in order to prevent further harm to your belongings and to provide your insurance agent some basic information.
Once you know your family is safe, turn your attention to the shelter your roof provides. If your roof has been damaged, have it repaired or replaced as soon as possible to avoid further damage to your home and property. It can be hard to know where to start, but we hope these tips will help you.
Whether you call a professional roofing contractor or your insurance agent first, they will need information from each other in order to evaluate the damage and provide an estimate for your insurance claim. Ideally, invite your adjuster and your contractor to meet at your home in order to work together most efficiently.
Once you’ve contacted your insurance agent, it’s important to do what you can to avoid further damage by keeping water out until your chosen contractor is able to start the project.
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