Insurance Claims

Insurance Claim Assistance & The Roof Replacement Process

If our Alpha Team inspection determines the need for a new roof, count on us to guide you through every step of the process. In fact, from the moment you contact your insurance company, we advocate on your behalf, ensuring that your home and its valuables continue to receive the protection they deserve.

STEP 1: Call your insurance company

An adjuster will be assigned when you call your insurance company. Let Alpha Team Roofing know when your adjuster appointment is scheduled, and we will meet you there. When major storms hit an area, adjusters often hurry to process claims. Having Alpha Team there will ensure that all damage is surveyed, saving everyone involved time and money.

When your adjuster determines the value of your claim, he will issue you a check for the damages minus your deductible and recoverable depreciation. This is what insurance companies refer to as Actual Cash Value or ACV. After completion of the project, you will receive another check for recoverable depreciation.

Of course, it is everything that transpires in between that causes headaches. Your insurance company will provide a packet containing their estimation of your scope of work. If you are unfamiliar with roofing and insurance terminology, it can be confusing to determine where and how you should allocate the funds. Your Alpha Team representative will help you navigate the process and get the most for your money.

Step 2: Schedule the Roof Replacement

When your insurance company provides completed paperwork, your Alpha Team representative will provide shingle and color options. Once you select your favorite shingle sample, we can typically replace your roof within the same week. Weather conditions play a key role, but the removal and installation process can typically be completed in a day. (Extensive square footage or extremely steep roofs sometimes require more time.)

Step 3: Enjoy Your New Roof!

Alpha Team Roofing will submit all required documentation and invoice your insurance company. Once satisfied that your roof has been replaced, they will issue a check for your recoverable depreciation.

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