If your roof has Sustained damage from a disaster, Rocky Mountain Roofing and Restoration is here to help.
Storm DamageIn our mid-west region the last several years, it seems as if we’ve seen more severe storms than ever before.
Disaster Relief Program
How to Spot DamageResidential roofs in our area generally last anywhere from 15 to 30 years, depending on the quality of roofing materials originally installed, how well the roof was installed, if the chimney is properly flashed, or whether the roof has been subject to storm damage.
Reporting A LossRocky Mountain Roofing and Restoration’s insurance claim specialists are fully trained and experienced. Our team is comprised of professional experts in various roofing systems, renovation work, exterior siding, gutters and restoration work. We will make periodic inspections during your restoration process giving you the satisfaction of meeting your quality assurance.
File ClaimFile property claims quickly and easily, and get on your way to restoring your property and making repairs. File your claim by clicking on the following link that corresponds with your insurance company. If you don’t see your company below, please contact us today.
Insurance AdjustersThe duty of an insurance adjuster is to give you an accurate accounting of everything that was damaged by the storm and a written estimate of what it will cost to put your property back to the condition it was in prior to the storm. Remember, this is only an estimate and actual costs may vary. This is easily resolved between the adjuster and the contractor. In any case you are going to be liable for the amount of your deductible and no more. The adjuster will either leave you a statement of loss or you will receive it in the mail in a few days. The statement of loss will itemize your losses, and the estimated cost of repair for each.
Avoiding Roofing ScamsHave you heard about the mysterious door-to-door roofing salesman? How about the disappearing down payment? There are many ways to fall victim to roofing scams, especially after a big storm. Particularly at risk are the elderly and handicapped who may have more trouble assessing the damage themselves.