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Roofing Insurance Claims: What You Need to Know

Insurance Claims

Your roof is one of the most critical components of your home, providing protection from the elements. But what happens when your roof is damaged due to unexpected events like severe weather or accidents? Roofing insurance claims can help cover the cost of repairs or replacement. In this blog post, we'll explore what you need to know about roofing insurance claims to ensure you're prepared when the unexpected happens.

1. Assess the Damage

After a storm or accident, it's essential to assess the damage to your roof. You can give us a call to schedule a roof inspection, our professional will know exactly what to look for such as missing or damaged shingles, leaks, dents, or visible structural issues. We will document the damage with photographs and notes. This documentation will be crucial when filing an insurance claim.

2. Review Your Insurance Policy

Before you file a claim, review your homeowners' insurance policy to understand what is covered. Most policies cover damage caused by events like storms, hail, fire, and vandalism. It's important to know the terms and limits of your coverage.

3. Contact Your Insurance Company

Once we/you have assessed the damage and you have reviewed your policy. Contact your insurance company as soon as possible to report the damage. They will guide you through the claims process and provide you with specific instructions on how to proceed.

4. Temporary Repairs

In some cases, it may be necessary to make temporary repairs to prevent further damage while your claim is processed not to worry Homeguard Roofing can take care of all of this for you! Keep all receipts and records of these repairs, as they may be eligible for reimbursement.

5. Review the Settlement Offer

Your insurance company will provide a settlement offer based on the adjuster's assessment. Carefully review the offer to ensure it covers all necessary repairs and that you are adequately compensated for the damage.


If you believe that the settlement offer is inadequate, you have the option to negotiate with your insurance company. You can provide additional documentation or quotes to support your claim. Many insurance companies are willing to work with homeowners to reach a fair resolution.


Once you accept the settlement offer, your insurance company will issue a payment. It's important to understand how the payment process works, as it may involve multiple checks or a single lump sum. Be sure to follow up to ensure you receive the full amount owed.

Roofing insurance claims can help you recover from unexpected damage to your roof. By following these steps and working closely with your insurance company and Homeguard Roofing, you can navigate the claims process smoothly and ensure that your roof is restored to its proper condition.

Homeguard can provide you with Roof reports to give to your Insurance company call us for more information. 604-308-1698


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