Frequently Asked Questions
Q. My roof looks okay from the ground, how do I know if I have sufficient damage to file a claim with My Insurance Company?
A. At Unlimited Storm Restoration our Roofing Specialist will perform a thorough inspection of your roof. Most hail or storm damage goes unnoticed with observation from the ground. You need a trained
eye on your roof to inspect closely for your damage. In most cases hail or storm damage does not cause your roof to leak immediately. It does, however, ruin your roof and you may start having leaks within just a few months if not inspected correctly.
Q. If I file a claim with my insurance company, will I be rated or will my premiums increase?
A. Most insurance companies do not penalize Customers for filing claims that are a result of “Mother–Nature”.
Q. How long do I have to file a claim?
A. In general speaking, you have one year from the storm date to file a claim with your insurance.
Q. Am I under any obligation if my claim is denied?
A. No, We at Unlimited Storm Restoration work a contingency agreement that allows us to do work if, and only if, the Insurance Company approves the claim. If the claim is denied or insufficiently funded, the agreement terminates automatically.
Q. Do I need to be at home while my roof is being installed?
A. No. At Unlimited Storm Restoration we just need access to outside power and water.
Q. How long will it take to install my roof?
A. Unlimited Storm Restoration normally gives a time frame of one and two days, depending on the size of your home.
Q. How much will I have to pay?
A. Your insurance company covers most of the cost of your roof minus your deductible. With normal deductibles, you can often have very little out-of-pocket expense if at all.