As most know, after the insurance company is contacted a claim is opened, a representative (hail damage adjuster) is dispatched to evaluate hail damage. This is the most important element of each hail damage restoration process. Some insurance companies have inspection methods and use fancy damage-oriented terminology to talk homeowners out of much deserved repair proceeds.
Now, most insurance companies and insurance adjusters in Minnesota are honest and ethical. But unfortunately, all to many of us know of someone who felt shorted by his or her insurance adjuster, or were the only person on the block who did not receive the needed resources for roof replacement. In other words, their hail claim was denied. Now this does not automatically mean dishonesty or ethics were involved, but it sure proves interesting.
We receive many calls from homeowners in this position. Don’t let this happen to you, but call us if it has. When the first hail damage adjuster documents his opinion that the roof needs only minor repairs or the siding’s fade is not relevant, it can be difficult to sway the end result.
However at Berkeshire Exteriors we have a vast library of proven letters and a fast system to initiate needed hail damage claim actions relative to this situation. Some of these are
Change hail damage insurance adjusters and get a fresh damage evaluation.
Re–open a closed hail damage claim and re-establish the flow of repair money.
Arrange for pre-payment on your damages to expedite needed repairs.
Re-negotiate vinyl siding fade determination and delta fade evaluation.
Re-negotiate partial roof replacement determination.
Certainteed New Horizon Shangle re-inspections and accurate hail damage evaluation despite common shingle delamification.
We are an experienced hail damage restoration and insurance negotiation firm. Let us put our results oriented experience go to work for you. Call us today (763-746-4913) and arrange for a no obligation hail damage consultation. It will include a detailed hail damage evaluation report and a clear action play for you to follow.
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