File a Roof Insurance Claim in 3 Easy Steps

Homeowner Filling Out a Roof Insurance Claim Form

Let Us Help You File Your Roof Insurance Claim After a Big Storm.

When severe weather hits your home, it can significantly damage your roofing system. This damage is going to need to be repaired as quickly as possible. Fortunately, most homeowners’ insurance plans will cover the cost of storm damage roof repairs. All you have to do is file a roof insurance claim and then find a reliable roofing company in your area. Covenant Roofing offers services to not only repair your roof after the claim has been approved, but we can also complete the preliminary inspection to get your claim started.

How to File a Roof Insurance Claim

Filing a roofing insurance claim is actually a really simple process. In fact, it only takes three steps to get from roof storm damage to roof insurance claim approval.

First things First: Get an Inspection
Before you file your roof insurance claim, you need to know what kind of damage your roof accumulated during the storm. A preliminary inspection can determine if you are even eligible for a roof insurance claim.

Next: Fill Out the Paperwork
Once the initial inspection is finished, you will get documentation of the damage on your roof from the roofer who completed the inspection. This should be mailed to your insurance company along with the paperwork to actually file the claim.

Finally: Another Inspection
Once the insurance company has received the paperwork, they will send an adjuster to your home to complete their own inspection. It is recommended that you have the roofing contractor who completed the initial inspection present for this meeting.

After the adjuster has inspected your roof, the claim will go into review. If it is approved, you will receive half the money upfront to get the repairs started. The Insurance company will give you the other half of the total repairs once they are completed. If you’re ready to get your roof insurance claim started, call 405-720-6200 to schedule the initial inspection.