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Insurance & Claims

Endurance Roofing is proud to work with many of the nations largest insurance carriers to quickly and efficiently assist homeowners with repairs and/or replacement to their roof, siding, windows, and gutters. Some of the insurance companies Endurance Roofing works with include, but are not limited to the following: Nationwide, American Family, Allstate, State Farm, Amica, USAA, Progressive, and more. 

Filing an Insurance Claim

Filing an insurance claim can be intimidation, overwhelming, and stressful for some homeowners. It does not have to be if you have an understanding of the process, and know an ethical roofing company. Prior to filing an insurance claim you should contact a roofing company you trust, such as Endurance Roofing. By contacting the roofing company first, they can conduct a thorough inspection to identify if there is or is not damage. If there is not any visible damage, the roofing company could save you from filing an unnecessary claim. However, if there is damage, the roofing company will provide you with a report and recommend that you file a claim, and will be present through the process in case you have any questions or need more details regarding the inspection findings. 

Claim Process

  • Contact your insurance company to file a claim and request an adjuster to assess the damage.We can provide you with your insurance contact information if necessary. 
  • Your insurance company will provide you with a claim number and possibly the contact information for an adjuster. Give all of this information to your Endurance Roofing professional. 
  • After the adjuster appointment, our team will meet with you to go over the scope of work agreed to by the insurance company, and answer any questions you may have.
  • A date will be scheduled for your replacement and/or repairs
  • You will be provide with instructions to prepare for roofing day.
  • After the job is complete Endurance Roofing will conduct a final inspection, as well as your local inspector.
  • Once the job is approved, you will be sent a final bill for the job.
  • Your insurance company will issue two checks to you, the first for materials and should be paid once materials are delivered, and the second for labor and should be paid when all work is completed.
  • You are responsible for paying your deductible.
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