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“I just couldn't believe how fast they worked! They dropped everything off one day and by the envening the next day they were done - and we have a huge roof. My husband even said it was amazing. ” Laura Lynn M.
“ Matt, Ed and the rest of them really delivered. They were fair, easy to work with and did a great job. Yeah, I'd use them again any day of the week. I mean really... What's not to like! ” Stephen Z.
“ I'm pleased with the work and the ones who did it. I would not hesitate to recommend you to others. ” Beth S.
“ Thanks for all your hard work and helpfulness. I would recommend your roofing team to anyone.” Julie B.
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I can get a new roof for free because my roofer says he is going to “cover” or “waive” my deductible!
“Waiving Deductibles” “Discounting Deductibles” “Sign Allowances” It’s All Against The Law! (Texas State Law Chapter 35 Insurance Fraud Section 35.02(7)(B). According to the TDI (Texas Department of Insurance)… Read More
My roofer says I have lot of hail damage and I should file a claim.
The Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex is a magnet of “easy-money” for a lot of so-called roofers. Most roofing sales people have no clue what they are looking at. Make sure you work with a qualified and knowledge roofing professional, look for roofing certifications like HAAG Engineering or the NRCIA…
A contingency agreement is just another way for a roofer to "screw me."
This can go both ways. A contingency agreement typically includes two parts, an inspection agreement, which gives the contractor permission to request an inspection from your insurance company and a work-order agreement,
If I find a roofer that does my roof “cheaper” than my insurance claim I get to keep what’s left over!
Remember, filing an insurance claim is not like winning the “Lotto” or winning in “Vegas”. When you purchase an insurance policy you are entering into a contract with your insurance company to share the risk…
My insurance company will cancel my policy if I file a claim.
Most states prohibit insurance companies from canceling policies for filing claims arising from severe weather related events. Check with TDI (Texas Department of Insurance) and your policy language as well.
My insurance adjuster denied my claim now I’M screwed!
This is not necessarily true. Sadly, there are some insurance companies that are tough and will deny your claim, BUT there is a “good faith clause” in most insurance policies that obligate insurance companies…
I can just keep my insurance money and not fix my hail damaged roof or other property damage.
You can keep your first part of your insurance payment the ACV (Actual Cash Value) and not fix your property. While this is VERY UNWISE it also WILL hurt you and your investment.
I looked at my roof and didn't see any damage.
Roofing systems must be physically inspected by a trained and experience roofing professional who will be able to determine if there is actual hail damage.
If I don't file my claim, my insurance company won't raise my rates.
After a disaster, insurance companies may raise every one's rates. By not filing your claim, your personal rate increase is paying for everyone else's damage except yours…