In most cases yes. Your insurance company expect you to make sure its in best condition as they are insuring your entire house and your roof is the first line of defense. If you don’t you could forced to pay the entire cost of a roof replacement because of neglect.
You typically have 1 year to file your claim after the storm date. Its better to file the claim and get the roof bought while the gettin is good and then if you have to wait a few months before you start. But once the roof is bought by your insurance company the clock starts ticking. To recover your depreciation you have 1 year other wise you will lose that portion of the funds made available to replace the roof. You would have to make up the difference to help pay for the labor and material. It’s best to not wait. Your only cost is your deductible.
Depending on the size of the roof will determine how many days it will actually take. We pride ourselves on being extremely efficient. We always provide the right amount of crews to each particular project. We can bring up to 8 crews if needed.…12 men per crew. We are systematic about our approach and plan accordingly.
Yes we specialize in working with all Insurance companies. We understand how the work and what they want. We will build a digital file that we supply your insurance company with. We will work closely with your insurance desk adjuster to make sure the pay for all the needed repairs. Our goal is to turn key the entire operation and make sure everything goes as smoothly as possible. It is our responsibility to make sure we follow through to the very end. We will submit all the proper documentation need to handle the claim properly. We will even help you complete any needed forms requested for class 4 shingle installation.
In this part of Texas we mostly work with Statefarm ,Farmers, Allstate, Chubb, Encompass, Liberty Mutual,Nationwide, Progressive, Safeco, Travelers, USAA, Pure, AAA. Geico, Germania, State Auto, Esurance, just to name a few. These are the most popular but we work with any Carrier on the market. We specialize in working with all Insurance companies.
You need your roof and your inside property to be inspected before you contact your insurance company. This is important because we want to make sure we create a full scope of work that would be covered by your insurance company. We need to think past the roof. Hail didn’t just hit the roof. During a storm it normal that there is additional damage to your property that will need to be replace or repaired. It is our job to make sure we have a complete scope of work to show your insurance company, to make sure everything Is fixed. Something as simple as a outdoor grill could be replaced or a child swing set or club house. So the first step is have inspection before your first inspection by your insurance company.
Yes all our inspections are free. It is our goal as your general contractor to come up with a scope of work and if we get that scope of work paid for by your insurance company that we would be your contractor of choice for our services. This is a process that takes time to complete and patients as well. We hope that our initial meeting goes off well, we will be working with each other and become close friends. The last thing you want is to work with a general contractor to doesn’t follow up our keep you in the loop. We pride ourselves in going beyond your expectation. We don’t stop until we have completed the project to the very end and the last dollar is collect and we still don’t stop. We will always be there for you after the project as well.
We contract with H&R General Construction. They warranty all their craftmanship. Their crew leads know what we expect and together we along with H&R are extremely organized are up to date with codes and work as a team using all the proper techniques and tools available. H&R is full insured as well as 3P Roofing. Being insured is not required in Texas but we go the extra mile and make sure we carry the proper policies.
We mainly work in the DFW and surround cities. Grandbury, Weatherford, Fort Worth, Hudson Oaks, Whitesettlement, Keller, Hurst, Euless, Bedford, Colleyville, Southlake Timaaron, Trophy Club, West Lake, Denton, Dallas, Plano, Frisco, Grapevine, Carolton Irving, Grand Prairie, Arlington, Mansfield, Flower Mound, Azle, Highland Park, Benbrook, Burleson, North Richland Hills,
Its happens and in most cases a second and even third inspection will result in your favor.
This is a sign that your roof is in final stage of its lifespan….you should have it inspected to see if it qualifies for a new roof replacement.
When your roof is appearing to be sparkling that is a indicator that the fiberglass is reflecting the sunlight and this is not good. The fiberglass is part of the structure of the shingle that should not be exposed. The fiberglass showing indicates heavy granule loss and the UV light is breaking down the shingle at an faster rate. You should have it inspected to see if your insurance company will replace the roof.
This is algae that is growing on the roof. Limestone was used as a filler in old shingles. Around 10 years it becomes very noticeable. The algae normally grows on the north side of the roof because the sun doesn’t hit that side of the house to dry out the moister on the roof. Roof this old should be inspected as well. Most roofs in Texas don’t last past the 15 year mark. There is a good chance you could get a new roof paid for by your insurance company.
Depending on the brand, the type of roof shingle and the weather conditions are key factors in how long they last. In Texas most roof shingles last 12-15 years for their lifespan.