We specialize in working with homeowners and their insurance company, so homeowners get their damaged roof replaced through their insurance company. We’re experts in the process and we’re happy to help you through it.
Replacing Your Roof Through Your Insurance Company
Roof damage from hail, wind, storms, and other natural disasters can wreak havoc on your roofing. The good news is that if your roof is damaged due to the weather, most insurance companies will pay the entire cost of the roof replacement, minus your deductible. A lot of homeowners aren’t sure how to go about assessing the damage to their roofs after a storm, and oftentimes our clients are intimidated by the claims process.
At JTO Contracting, “Roofing Done Right!” means we don’t just replace your damaged roof; we help our clients get a new roof through their insurance companies. And a big part of that means making sure our clients feel confident and cared for as they navigate the claims process. We’re on your side during the entire process. Our team makes sure you know what to expect every step of the way, and that everything goes as smoothly and quickly as possible from the first step to the very last. Learn more about insurance claims below, and be sure to contact our friendly and helpful staff if you have any additional questions!
JTO Contracting provides a property damage inspection. We share with your insurance company an accurate estimate based on your zip code. We’ll then inspect the roof with an insurance adjustor.
Filing a Claim
We review the project scope and details with your insurance company. You receive a full project agreement. JTO Contracting will answer any questions and coordinate the start of the project.
Our residential roofing experts repair or replace your roof to the highest standards. We work in a thorough yet timely manner, and our process includes a meticulous cleanup after each job.
Your Insurance Policy
Once the roof is completed, JTO Contracting processes all warranties and provides them to the homeowner. We then coordinate final payment with your insurance company.