Stay away from door-knockers and high-pressure sales tactics. Don’t just let anyone on your roof. Find a trusted, local contractor like Trusted Roofing to assess if there is any insurable damage and then contact your insurance company.
Don’t Sign Anything
If you are asked to sign anything by a solicitor knocking on your door, don’t sign it right away, and don’t assume it is just an estimate or permission to get on your roof. The majority of the time it is a roofing contract and probably includes a 20% cancellation clause.
Business history in your area is a must. Call local references as well as the BBB. Check for a permanent business address and phone number. Take time to find out what you need and who you’re working with. Understand that quality contractors will inevitably be busy.
Protect Your Investment
A new roof is a major investment. From start to finish, use good common sense when selecting someone to work on your home. Low bids can often mean someone is cutting corners to make a profit. Price should not be the sole determining factor when choosing a contractor. Determine your needs, don’t allow yourself to be pressured, make a smart decision and you’ll be please with your investment. Insurance Claims
Hail is one of the most destructive types of weather we see here in Colorado. Every year, hail causes a wide variety of damage to homes and businesses in our state.
At Trusted Roofing, we want to ensure that you only file a claim for hail with your insurance company if you need to. We have adjusters on staff who accurately assess any damage you might have experienced. Integrity and honesty are important to us and we will do our absolute best to provide you with all of the information (even if we do not reroof your home) so you can make an informed decision going forward. Please use this information to help you better understand hail damage and the insurance process.