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For many of our customers, a hail/wind claim is the first and last claim they will ever file on their homeowner’s insurance policy. Having a good understanding of this process allows our field representatives to best help homeowners maximize the return on their insurance investments. If you have recently filed a claim with your insurance company, received an insurance settlement, or would just like to know whether it makes sense to pursue an insurance claim, INTERCEPT ROOFING Nashville Roofing Contractor and our team of claims specialists can help. Call us today and a representative who is well-versed in the claims process will be able to help you in as little as 24 hours.


Get a roof inspection from a reputable, local roofing company

Many homeowners call their insurance company first, however, your roof may not have damage. In this case you may have this “claim” count against you anyway. Start with a free, no-obligation roof inspection and get a detailed inspection report.


If you have damage, make a claim with your insurance

With your inspection report in hand you can file your claim on your homeowner’s policy with confidence. Your insurance company will likely ask you if your roof has already been inspected and if you have selected a contractor. Keep in mind, you can work with any roofing company you wish. It is entirely your choice.


Have your insurance adjuster and your roofer inspect your roof together

When they inspect the roof together, they are more likely to be on the same page about what will be covered by insurance. This will save you a lot of back and forth phone calls. And you will be able to get the project started more quickly.


Schedule your roof replacement with your selected roofing company

At this point in the process, INTERCEPT ROOFING Nashville Roofing Contractor customers are assigned a project manager who is the homeowner’s point of contact for the duration of the project. Typical roof replacements take 1-2 days, start to finish. You are not required to be home when the work is being done.


Your deductible should be your only out-of-pocket expense

A reputable company will require you to pay your deductible or may cut corners by leaving the necessary materials off of your new roof.

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