If the idea of ​​filing an insurance claim and replacing your roof seems to be too much, you are not alone. Many of our customers call us because they are not sure what to do; This is what we are here for. Fortunately, when working with an experienced contractor things seem to go very well and does not seem so bad.

  1. Receive an inspection of photographed damages and confirm the need to file an insurance claim.
    Call your insurance company and file a claim.
  2. They will tell you that someone will call to schedule a time for the adjuster.
  3. When the setting is scheduled, notify SVC Construction Inc. and put it on your schedule to be there as well.
    SVC Construction Inc. will meet with the adjuster on your property as your professional representative; It is your choice to be present or not, but it is not necessary.
  4. Normally, the insurance adjuster will complete the adjuster summary and mail it to you on the following days. However, some adjusters are authorized to complete the summary and issue a payment on the same day. However, when you receive the adjuster summary, please contact SVC Construction Inc. and we will meet with you to review the summary and verify its accuracy.
  5. If adjustments to demand are necessary, SVC Construction Inc. will take care of them before work begins.
    With a summary of the approved adjuster, the construction phase of the job is ready to begin.
    Most work will be completed the same day it starts. But if your home is difficult to design or larger than normal the project could take a couple of days. No matter the circumstances, SVC Construction Inc. will be there throughout the process to keep you informed.
  6. If you are having Siding and Gutters replaced as well, the siding job will follow the roof in a similar way from material delivery and the start of the work. The gutters will be the last phase of the work to be completed to ensure there is no damage to the new material.

Be prepared to start work

  • It is best to arrange for small children and pets not to be around the construction site.
  • So the job can be completed in a day (most of the time), expect workers to start early and end late.
  • Your home will be a construction site for the day, expect there to be noise inside and outside your home.
  • Your driveway will probably be blocked with equipment and / or materials. For this reason and to avoid flat tire nails, it is recommended to park your car (s) on the street during the day (s) of work.
  • We recommend removing all loose items from shelves and wall walls; Photos, plates and figurines. Hammering can create vibrations and shake these elements off shelves and / or walls.
  • We also recommend removing all household items: patio and pool furniture, potted plants and garden equipment. Workers will be on the roof, creating the possibility that a tool or even the tiles fall off the roof accidentally.
  • During the roofing project, dust may fall from the beams and the bottom of the roof. For this reason, we recommend that any clothing or items that may be damaged are covered or protected; Especially in attic spaces used as storage.
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