Generally, most people have a misconception about the insurance. They believe that because they have been paying their annual premiums, and their agent is a good friend, he will be closely involved in the claim process. While that may be true for a small number of agents, most agents on the other hand are not involved at all. You call a claim hotline at another location who sends out an adjuster who has no idea what agent sold you the policy.
When the adjuster comes out to examine your roof damage, he or she wants to save the company as much money as possible. And that means they will do whatever it takes to minimize the value of your roof damage claim.
Of course, you won’t be thinking about all of these issues at the time. You will be worried and stressed because of the accident, the fire, the storm, or whatever may be the cause of your roof damage claim. And that is why it is important for you to have an Arrington Roofing claim specialist on your side to help you with your insurance claims.
What Can Arrington Roofing Do?
We work with people like you who need assistance in filing claims and in handling all of the other responsibilities that may entail.
We can come into the picture and help you answer questions from the insurance company and deal with all of the other professionals who will be involved in making you whole again.
You won’t have to deal with the phone calls, emails and letters from the insurance company, other contractors, or anyone else. All of that will be handled by Arrington Roofing. You just work on getting your life back together.
Once your basic needs are taken care of, Arrington Roofing will start assessing your roof damages. We will be able to provide a true estimate of what you have lost as a result of the accident, fire, or another destructive event.
After the wheels of the roof damage claims process are set in motion, Arrington Roofing will work with the professionals on your behalf and define the appropriate scope of work to put your property back together. Remember we will be working for your interest, not the insurance company’s.