Our roofing crews have successfully restored thousands of hail and wind damage structures. When you choose a contractor to restore your property’s value and safety, choose a local, licensed, insured, experienced and reputable company during this traumatic experience in your life.
If you have extensive damage other than roof damage, we supply our experienced network of sub-contractors for siding, windows, fascia repair, gutters, painting and all other aspects of the restoration. WE WILL MANAGE THE ENTIRE PROCESS TO SUCCESSFUL CONCLUSION FOR YOU.
As a local company, it is imperative we perform to an exceptional standard to maintain our reputation. You are able to interact directly with the owner and management of this company.
OUR ADVISORY SERVICES ARE FREE to all our clients as a value-added service . Most of our clients take advantage of this important resource and find it extremely helpful.
We use the same software most insurance companies use for estimating construction materials and labor costs. We also have the ability to access satellite technology for accurate measurements of the roof area and slopes in complex roof structures.
We have the experience and knowledge to assist our clients in the insurance claims process. The insurance company has an expert in construction estimates and claims processing. You should have one also.
We will meet with the insurance company’s claims adjuster as your representative on their visit to your property. We will review and co-ordinate with their estimate for your benefit. We understand the claims process and how to assist our client to make it less stressful and more timely.
WE PERFORM THE WORK FOR THE AGREED UPON INSURANCE CLAIM AMOUNT, PLUS YOUR DEDUCTIBLE, UNLESS YOU CHOOSE TO UPGRADE IN MATERIALS OR ADDITIONAL WORK NOT INCLUDED IN THE CLAIM.
In a past editorial of the Nashville Tennessean newspaper, a story by reporter Josh Brown, titled, “Insurers field flurry of claims in storm’s wake,” appeared in the Business Section. It was a report on the recent storms with tornados and high straight line winds which plunged through Middle Tennessee with wide spread destruction. In the story, the paper stated, “Storms often attract the attention of traveling construction contractors and insurance firms are encouraging homeowners to be careful about whom they hire to help.” Rebecca Hirsch, a spokeswoman for the insurance and financial services company USAA was quoted as saying, “For homeowners needing repairs done, keep records and receipts and use only licensed contractors.” Kip Diggs, a spokesman for State Farm in the article commented, “Homeowners should insist on detailed estimates and be suspicious of bids that are substantially lower than others.”