ARIZONA CONSTRUCTION LLC
Replacing your roof after storm damage can be a very costly project. To help alleviate these costs, homeowners could rely on their insurance to pay for these expenses. This process can be lengthy, however our sales team is there with you every step of the way to ensure your claim goes as smooth as possible.
Here are a few common questions when working with insurance claims:
A: The homeowner should contact a licensed roofing contractor. Here at Arizona Construction, we will send one of our trained sales consultants to perform a FREE inspection at your convenience. During this appointment we will gather all the necessary information and pictures to start your insurance claim.
A: This would be the homeowners responsibility, but Arizona Construction will assist you throughout this process and answer any questions you or your insurance company may have.
A: ONE! Your right as a homeowner is to choose a contractor that you want for the job. If you get multiple estimates there is a chance that your insurance will choose based off of lower cost and not based on quality.
A: YES! This is very important for the homeowner to inform us of. We can then walk the roof with the adjuster and review the areas of storm damage.
A: The homeowner will be responsible for their deductible payment. Once a claim is approved, the homeowner's insurance company will typically release a first payment known as the ACV (actual cash value). This payment along with the deductible will be collected upon contract signing. Once the roof is completed, we will provide the insurance company with necessary documentation to show work is finished. They will then release the final payment known as RCV (recoverable cash value) along with any supplemental payments.