Here at Custer Remodeling, we understand how hail and wind damages your property. Homeowners can spend hours navigating the insurance claims process, your personal time is as important to us as it is to you. Invite one of our HAAG certified roofers out to your property to assess damages, as well as, provide you with educated information and assistance in regards to your insurance claim.
In the roofing and insurance industry damage is considered anything that takes away from the life expectancy of roofing system and/or loss of water shedding capabilities. Hail and Wind has short and long term negative effects on your shingles, because the damaging elements of a storm expose the laminate of your shingles to rain water and UV rays from the sun. If the base layer of your shingles, also known as the laminate, are exposed your roofing system will start to deteriorate at an accelerated speed and with time leak.
Custer Remodeling goes to great lengths to better serve and assist our customers with the insurance claims process. Our Haag certified contractors will provide you with a detailed damage assessment of your property, as well as, meet your insurance company's adjuster at your property to ensure a fair and accurate insurance award for all of your weather related losses.
Our contractors will inspect your property to determine if you have enough damages to start considering an insurance claim.
Your contractor will meet the insurance company’s representative at your property, to insure all damages are notated and any significant construction concerns are brought to the insurance adjuster’s attention.
Your contractor can work with your insurance company on your behalf to ensure they provide you with an accurate insurance award.
Custer Remodeling will assist you with detailed product knowledge and professional workmanship that is backed by the best manufacturer and labor warranties in the industry. As well as planning all restorations around your schedule.
Custer Remodeling can contact the insurance company upon completion of construction in order to expedite finalizing the claim with the insurance company.