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We work your claim for you

by: Kirsten Land on May 19th, 2015 about Insurance, Residential Roofing

Insurance claim formWe've all seen what mother nature can do to our homes. Sometimes, it can be devastating. It can be completely overwhelming to scroll through the numerous listings of roofing companies. It can be even more of a headache to work with your insurance company, and coordinate with an insurance adjuster.

Land Roofing understands that times like this can be extremely stressful, so if we're the right fit for you, we would love to help!

When your home withstands a severe storm or tornado, you may be prone to roof damage. You will need to speak with your insurance company to start the process of filing a claim. This is where the insurance adjuster comes in. The adjuster is responsible for surveying your roof to determine if there is any sufficient damage.

If the damage is significant, the insurance adjuster will coordinate with the insurance company, and determine the amount of money you will receive to replace or repair your roof. This is the part that requires Land Roofing's expertise! We will act as your advocate, and meet with your insurance adjuster. We will work with the adjuster to encourage the insurance company to send you the right amount of money.

We know how the process works, and we know how stressful this process can be. Give us a call, and see if Land Roofing Enterprises is the right fit to give you relief today!

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Ditching the rule of three estimates

by: Kirsten Land on May 5th, 2015 about Insurance, Residential Roofing

Three roofersSpring has sprung! As Oklahomans, we all know that spring means storms. Sometimes, these storms can cause a lot of damage to our roofs. Thankfully, we know just what to do when these severe storms move in, and head straight for your roof!

Most of us have heard years ago that you need three estimates for your roof before making a decision. Before we had insurance adjusters, we had to get three estimates from three different businesses in order to prove to our insurance company that the roof really did sustain damage. Three estimates was a good rule of thumb to make an educated judgement about the condition of the roof and how much of an investment it would take to fix it.

Since the insurance companies didn't have their own representative checking things out, the estimates served as a guide.

Even though we have insurance adjusters today, many people still want to get three estimates in order to make certain that they are getting the best bang for their buck.

While that's a great practice in many other areas, you don't have to get three estimates for your roof any longer, because of insurance adjusters. You pay the same deductible regardless, and the team at Land Roofing will work out the details directly with your insurance company.

The good news is that you can now work with the roofing company you feel the most comfortable with, rather than worrying about comparing prices.

Please do not hesitate to give us a call. We'll get your roof in tip top shape in no time!

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