Hail storms are a frequent occurrence in Oklahoma. In 2019, multiple areas in the OKC metro were hit by roof-damaging hail. For many homeowners, those storms were an unfortunate wake up call, making them realize they didn’t know what their insurance policies actually covered. Not that there was any trickery on the part of their…

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Some insurance adjusters are great at assessing roof damage. They have extensive knowledge and experience on what roof damage looks like and how storms can damage more than just shingles. Unfortunately, not all of them are that knowledgable and experienced.

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Not long ago, I had a conversation with a friend about her neighbors’ situation with their insurance company and their roof. The issue was their insurance company wouldn’t help with the new roof because the original roof was built according to a different code than the one covered by their policy.

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When looking at your insurance policy for roof coverage, it’s easy to get confused. Every industry has its fair share of jargon, and the roofing industry and insurance industry are no different. Let’s take a look at some of the terms you might see in your insurance policy when it comes to repairing or replacing your roof.

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In the roofing industry, there’s a process called supplementing. It’s a pretty standard term for us, but not a term (or a process) that everyone is familiar with. WHAT DOES SUPPLEMENTING MEAN? Supplementing is the process where a contractor submits additional expenses to the insurance company. It’s a common practice for home insurance and car…

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When a roof sustains damage from a storm, it’s usually not the only thing damaged. Hail and high winds can also cause damage to your gutters, siding, garage door, exterior paint, and more. Sometimes roof damage results in leaks that affect the interior of your home, too.

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Have you ever wondered what an insurance agent might have to say about your roof repair? Here in this blog, you often get our perspective as a roofing company.
But did you know that we regularly get calls from agents asking us to come inspect a client’s roof? Here are a couple of insights on your agent’s perspective when it comes to getting your roof repaired or replaced based on our conversations with insurance agents.

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This may seem obvious, but it’s hard to tell from an individual homeowner’s perspective: if a roofer’s just totaling every roof they see, that shows they don’t know what to look for. You may not know what a roofer’s success rate is, but it’s worth asking.

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Imagine this: You switch carriers for your home insurance in May. In June, several of your neighbors are hiring roofers to repair spring storm damage, so you decide to do the same. But once your roof’s been inspected by a roofer, you realize there’s significant damage that happened while you were covered by your previous insurance agency. Your new insurance carrier won’t pay for that damage!

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