Our team works with every insurance company.
Our Project Managers are experts when it comes to the insurance claim process. We will identify the damage, assist with filing the claim, and meet with your insurance company.
We understand that your home is your most important asset, and protecting it is our biggest priority. We will guide you through the entire insurance claim process, including filing a claim and meeting with your insurance company. Our goal is to make this process as easy and seamless as possible for you.
The New View Roofing Process.
- Roof Inspection — A certified New View Roofing Project Manager will inspect your roof for storm-related damage.
- File a Claim — The Project Manager will contact the insurance company with you to report a new claim.
- Adjuster Meeting — Your insurance company will send an adjuster to your property to confirm the damage. Your New View Roofing Project Manager will be there to ensure you are properly represented. It is our goal to work with the adjuster to confirm all damages are covered on the insurance claim.
- Review Paperwork and Sign Agreement — Once you receive the insurance paperwork, your Project Manager will review the items to ensure everything is included and provide an agreement of the work to be completed.
- Claim Revision — New View Roofing will review all line items on the Insurance Statement of Loss Paperwork. Throughout the process, New View Roofing will send additional invoices to the insurance company for reimbursement for repairs needed to provide you with the best quality product.
- Roof Installation — Your New View Roofing Project Manager will coordinate with you to schedule your new roof installation, and will complete all work on the property loss worksheet for the amount your insurance company allows. T
We are dedicated to providing exceptional customer satisfaction, and this process allows you to sit back, relax, and let our professionals handle the work.
Hail forms when thunderstorms have strong updrafts to carry water droplets well above the freezing level. This freezing process forms a hailstone, which can grow as additional water freezes onto it. Eventually, the hailstone becomes too heavy for the updrafts to support it and it falls to the ground.
Hailstones are falling from thousands of feet in the hair ranging in all sizes. Hail can be as small as a pea or as large as a softball/ grape fruit. It can break windows, lights, go through roofs and siding. Therefore, after every storm it is important to get an inspection even if it doesn’t look like there is damage. It is difficult to see if there are damages to the roof from the ground. We don’t advise any homeowner to get on their own roof and leave it up to the professionals.
Residential asphalt shingles are designed to self-seal by way of a tar strip installed in the middle of each shingle. Upon installation it requires direct sun and heat to fully seal the shingle. During a windstorm this tar strip can unseal and the shingle can lift. If wind-blown debris enters the shingle layer during the storm and prevents the shingle from re-sealing, then the shingle is damaged beyond repair. A roof inspection is required to identify potential wind damage.
This is usually a tree branch or similar object which falls, impacts the structure, and causes damage.