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    Hail Damage

    Hail storms present a significant risk for homeowners’ roofs. One of the biggest problems is that hail damage can often go unnoticed to the untrained eye inspecting it from the ground. This hidden damage can cause your roof to fail, which can lead to a domino effect of costly damage and repairs. Sq One Contractors has extensive experience with hail damage repairs large or small. Furthermore, we can get you the most out of your insurance claim, starting with a thorough inspection process to provide you with detailed information. Don’t let hail damage ruin your home. Let Sq One Contractors get your home back in shape!

    Wind Damage

    The damage caused by wind storms can reveal itself in many ways, which can make it difficult for non professionals to diagnose. A professional inspection can reveal torn, curled, lifted, or loose shingles. Sometimes the shingles are blown completely off. Sq One Contractors have the skill and knowledge to diagnose and repair any wind damaged roof. Don’t delay – if you suspect your roof has been harmed by storms, call the specialists at Sq One Contractors.

    The Insurance Process

    Dealing with insurance can be tricky business. After a storm hits, the last thing homeowners need is headaches from dealing with complicated insurance claims. Sq One Contractors will be on your side every step of the way in order to help you get the most out of your claim. While every claim is different, here are the basic steps we take to get you the repairs you need.

    1. As soon as possible after a storm hits you home, contact Sq One Contractors for a free inspection. Afterwards, our skilled representative will discuss their findings with you with detailed pictures and information. They will also provide you with a free estimate of the repairs we can provide. We can also look over your insurance policy with you, and assist in determining your coverage and deductable.
    2. Next, you should contact your carrier and file your claim. Soon after filing, an insurance adjuster will contact you to set up an appointment to inspect your property. You may find it beneficial to have a Sq One contractor present to ensure no damage is overlooked.
    3. After your adjuster makes their final determination of damages, they will leave you with scope of work and other insurance documents. We can sort through these papers with you, if you find them confusing or intimidating. At that time we will also finalize a plan for our repairs, choose the materials, and go over warranty options.
    4. The repairs begin! Once completed, a quality insurance representative will inspect the work and sit down with you to ensure your complete satisfaction. When you are content with the repairs, we will submit the appropriate documentation to your insurance provider and request any remaining balance.

    Sq One Contractors strive to make the insurance claim process as easy as possible. We understand that homeowners aren’t interested in red tape – just results. That’s why our professional contractors will guide you through every step of the process to make your home whole again!

    FAQ’s

    How can I tell if I’ve suffered storm damage?

    If you have to ask this question, you probably need to have your home inspected. Many signs of damage are difficult for homeowners to see for themselves. If you’re recently been through severe storms, or you notice your neighbors getting inspections or work done, it might be a good idea to call in for a professional inspection. Sq One Contractors offer free inspections and estimates, so there really isn’t any reason not to.

    What’s my time frame for filing a storm damage claim?

    Most insurance providers allow claims to be filed up to one year from the date of the storm. It’s a good idea to look over your policy or contact an agent, however, since this time frame is not universal. “As soon as possible” is oftentimes the best answer to this question.

    Will my premiums be raised for filing a claim?

    A single claim should not affect your premiums, particularly from an “act of God.” However, there is the chance that your entire region’s premiums may rise of the storm was severe and widespread enough.

    Should I have a roofing contractor involved in this process?

    While it isn’t necessary to have a contractor to file a claim, it is certainly beneficial. A professionally trained contractor can meet with your adjuster to ensure no damage is overlooked and you get a fair assessment. A Sq One representative is always on-hand to help you through the complicated insurance process.

    How do I choose the best contractor for my home?

    This is certainly the most important question to ask during this process. First and foremost, research every company you intend to contact and make sure they have a local, landline phone number and are within 50 miles or so of your home. Qualified contractors will carry high level credentials with a number of major material manufacturers. Be careful of “storm chasers” when researching. Storm chasers are shady regional or national companies who will make themselves appear local when they are not. They dispatch their sales teams to recently hit regions, get as many homes under contract as they can, then move on to the next area. Typically, this results in poor installations, with no local representatives to help consumers. Local, certified contractors are always the best choice.