About Insurance Claims- What Does the Process Look Like?
Once a storm hits, and high winds, hail or heavy snow impacts your home and community, be sure to call Old Line Roofing and Solar right away for a free roof inspection. We will then look over the damages, and give you an estimate on the repairs necessary.
When you call your insurance company for their inspection, we can be there to make sure that all damages are accounted for, and that it meets the manufacturer’s specifications.
Once the case goes to a claims adjuster, we continue to work on your behalf to make sure that all recommendations are approved so that your out-of-pocket expenses are minimal.
Our roofing experts have over 25 years of experience- not only repairing roofs and shingles but also working with insurance companies to make sure you receive the maximum payout. For superior roofing repair in the Baltimore area, call Old Line Roofing and Solar today.
Is my roof fine if I don’t have any missing shingles?
Even though you aren’t missing shingles you can still have damage underneath that is not noticeable to the untrained eye. You should have a professional come out and inspect your roof to make sure there is no underlying issue.
How often should I get my roof inspected?
We believe that you should get your roof inspected at least twice a year to fix any minor issues before they become bigger issues.
Will my insurance policy cancel or go up if I file a claim?
Your insurance will not cancel but it might go up depending on what kind of claim you file.
If I don’t file a claim my insurance won’t go up?
Even if you don’t file a claim after a huge storm or natural disaster happens the insurance can raise your prices.
What time of year should I get my roof inspected?
Any time of year is a good time to have your roof inspected. We recommend you have an inspection twice a year.
How Can I Afford a New Roof?
We will work with you and your insurance to help you afford to get a new roof. Call us and ask us how we can help today.
Do I have to file an insurance claim in a certain amount of time?
Talk to your insurance company and see what their policy is. Normally you have up to a year to file a claim but depending on the nature of a storm they may pay claims past the deadlines.
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