Storms with strong wind or hail can damage the shingles on your roof and even could cause falling debris that can damage the roof itself.
Before you pull your ladder out to climb up on your roof to check for storm damage call 614 Exteriors to come out and inspect your roof for you. 614 Exteriors Inspectors wear special equipment to ensure their safety while inspecting your roof and never suggest that a homeowner gets on their own roof. Remember, 614 Exteriors provide FREE estimates. Let 614 Exteriors Inspectors find the damage and show you the pictures safely on the ground.GET A FREE ESTIMATE
614 Exteriors uses the same exact software insurance companies use to calculate a claim and they do so to ensure all of the components of their client’s roof is paid for by the insurance company. 614 Exteriors makes sure that the your insurance company does not leave out any components of the roof that need repaired and they get on the roof with the insurance company’s claim adjuster to make sure all damage found by them is accounted for.
You contact us. We take measurements, assess and document the damage.
We will work on your behalf to ensure the insurance claim adjuster identifies all of the storm damage and properly compensates you for all damage.
As soon as your insurance company approves the replacements, we will prepare the exterior of your home to begin the work to be completed.
We get to work and complete all the replacements that needs to be done to your satisfaction.
One of the most common questions asked, is “how does an insurance company payout for a claim?” The insurance company will give the homeowner an ACV "actual cash value" check for what your roof or siding is worth today minus their deductible. Once the work is completed, the insurance company will release the final check which is called the RCV "replacement cash value" which is the remaining amount due to make the total given to the homeowner equal to a new roof or siding.