Who pays for your roof damage?

By Kirsten Land / May 3, 2016

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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Prevent insurance headaches with these 4 tips

By Kirsten Land / January 5, 2016

Ice and snow are beautiful to look at, but they sure can wreak havoc on our homes! Pretty as it is, ice and snow can be very heavy and damaging. And the result can be quite expensive and time consuming. Thankfully, our homeowner’s insurance usually does a pretty good job of helping put us back together after any kind of storm causes damage to our homes. But is there a way to limit your need to file those pesky claims? What if taking just a little bit of time around your property could save you from those insurance headaches?

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We work your claim for you

By Kirsten Land / May 19, 2015

We’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.

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Ditching the rule of three estimates

By Kirsten Land / May 5, 2015

Spring 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!

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Cheaper is not always better….

By Kirsten Land / July 21, 2011

Since I was a little girl I remember hearing my Mother repeat this advice and wonder what it meant.  Now that I am a wee bit older and hopefully a lot smarter I finally understand what this phrase means.  Being a home owner and business owner I deal with lots of financial decisions that require…

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Why should I have a Roofer meet with my Insurance Adjuster?

By Kirsten Land / June 20, 2011

This is a common question and a concern for some.  No need for concern, having an adjuster meet with you roofer is similar to having an advocate.  An advocate offers support and works on your behalf to make sure you receive the appropriate results.  This is what a qualified roofer can do for the home…

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Call a Roofer First?

By Kirsten Land / June 14, 2011

If you suspect that you have damage to your roof or you are unsure call a roofer first before you call your insurance company.  When you call your insurance company it automatically becomes a claim on your policy.  When the adjuster comes out to inspect your roof any amount of damage, small or large, will…

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When you change insurance carriers…

By Kirsten Land / May 8, 2010

A recent customer had their roof totaled during one or more of the hail storms in 2009. They didn’t file a claim before changing their insurance carrier and were denied because they were not a customer when the damage occurred. This sounds like a serious problem, actually, it was not. They simply filed the claim…

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