The city of Dallas ranks as one of the top ten cities in the country for unpredictable weather. While most of the year we experience dry warmer weather, we occasionally get hit with more severe storms.
Protect Your Roof & Home After a Storm
If you’re in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex, like us, it’s inevitable you’re going to see more storms than the average homeowner. If you suspect your roof was damaged in a recent storm, it’s important to take action as soon as possible to minimize any future damage to your home.
By the time you spot a leak in your ceiling, water damage and rot may have already affected the integrity of your roof. Don’t wait for a leak to prove that your roof needs repairing, you’ll kick yourself when you realize you could have prevented the extra damage!
Because it is less costly, in time and money, if this type of damage is caught as early as possible, we recommend scheduling inspections once or twice a year depending on the number of storms that have hit your area. Another important thing we inform all of our clients of is that you only have a limited amount of time to file a claim with your insurance provider after a storm has caused damage to your home. To learn more about getting the timing right see our Top 3 Tips to Protect Your Roof.
Our Team is Your Team
When severe storms or even accidents leave you with damage to your property you need a general contractor with the commitment and capability to do the job right.
When you file an insurance claim, we deal with the representative assigned to your claim through the entire process and make sure every detail is handled with your best interest in mind. Collin County Construction has years of experience in handling insurance claims for our clients.
Here are our recommended steps:
- Call your insurance company and file a claim for damage.
- Make an appointment with your insurance adjuster for a specific time.
- Call your project manager and give them your insurance adjuster’s information and the appointment date and time.
- We’ll walk you through the rest of the process