How Do I Know If I Have Hail Damage?
If you live in the Kansas City Metro area, we will provide a free inspection of your roof. You can contact us though our website and schedule to have one of our trained Hail Damage Roof Inspection Specialists come to your location. Our trained specialist will review your roof and property for damages caused by the hailstorm. Oftentimes, damage from a storm goes beyond just your roof, so we inspect your property's roof, gutters, and siding, as well as any other potentially damaged objects like windows, screens, and A/C units. We will then discuss the best ways for you to recover from the damage.
How Do I Start The Claim Process?
When contacting your insurance company, make sure that you have your policy number and the date of the storm. There are several ways for you to file your claim: through your local agent, online, or over the phone. Consider which option you are most comfortable with, but be sure to file as soon as you can!
What If I Have Already Contacted My Insurance Company To Inspect My Roof?
If you have already scheduled an inspection, we will work on your behalf to review the hail damage to your roof. This way, we make sure a trained professional can be there with to assist with your claim. We feel it's important that you have someone working on your side, to be certain that no damage is overlooked.
What If My Claim Was Denied?
We will still provide a complete and comprehensive inspection to help you determine if a second one is needed. It is not the position of Liberty Roofing to advise you to file a claim, but we understand that after damage has occurred you need to find the best solution that benefits you. If it is determined that a second inspection is necessary, we will work with the claims adjuster to make sure we are on site working on your behalf.
What If The Estimate Is Higher Than The Estimate Provided By the Insurance Company?
This can be a common and frustrating part of the process. When working with the insurance company on your behalf, we make sure that they cover the complete scope of work. An Insurance company will work off the depreciated value of a roof, while we work directly with them to make sure that cost of total repairs are covered, and that the job is done to meet local county and city regulations. We will submit the necessary documents directly to your insurance provider to insure any additional money needed to complete the job, guaranteeing the work is done correctly and professionally the first time.