Dealing with storms and the damage they cause your home is often a difficult experience. The last thing homeowners want to do is deal with the red tape often associated with insurance claims. A roofing contractor that puts its customers first will work hard to make the experience easy for you.
Here’s how Polk Contracting, Inc. makes filing an insurance claim easy for you:
Walk Through Every Step
For many of our customers, serious damage to their home only happens perhaps once or twice. At Polk Contracting, Inc., we’re very familiar with the process. We ensure our residential roofing service gives you, our customer, a smooth experience every step of the way. We cover every detail and walk you through what to expect.
Meeting with Insurance Adjuster
Throughout the process, it’s normal for your insurance adjuster and our expert team to meet. We can work with them and provide them with the same thorough explanation we give to you. When expectations are clear, the whole process is easier for everyone.
Document Scope of Damage
All parties involved will rely on our documentation of the damage. You will want to keep a copy, and, of course, your insurance adjuster will need documentation prior to covering costs. We understand exactly what your insurance adjuster will require and we ensure that you get the coverage you need.
Pricing that Aligns with Your Provider
Policies vary by provider and by customer. Our ultimate goal is to get you the coverage you need so that you and your family don’t have to suffer any longer than necessary. At Polk Contracting, Inc., we try our best to provide a fair price that works for your insurance policy.
Whether you’re in Abingdon, Bel Air, or in the surrounding MD areas, we have experience working with your insurance adjuster. Our professional experts have great relationships with local insurance adjusters and will work hard to have the same trusted relationship with you. Call Polk Contracting, Inc., the leading insurance restoration contractor, today at (410) 660-2922. We serve clients in Harford County and surrounding areas.