Roofing Insurance Claims

The idea of filing an insurance claim is likely the last thing on your to-do list, especially during the summer storm season in Colorado. Not only is there a ton of red tape to get through but the entire process of going back and forth with your insurance provider can be very intimidating. At Highlands Roofing, we have the experience necessary to help you through the insurance claims process. As your choice roofing contractor in the greater Colorado Springs area, we’re here to guide you through the repair process from start to finish.

Common Roofing Insurance Claim Questions

1. Do I Need to Call My Insurance Company Right Away?

Not necessarily. It can be easy to assume that you must get in contact with your insurance provider before speaking with anyone else about your roof issues. But a roofing repair expert can easily inform you as to whether you’ll be eligible to file an insurance claim. If it turns out that you aren’t eligible, there’s really no need to go through the process of speaking to someone at your insurance company. Be careful, because as soon as you report damages to your insurer, it will count as a claim—even if they don’t award a payout.

2. Do You Charge Extra to Help with Insurance Claims?

We’re happy to offer roofing insurance claims help for our customers at no additional charge. We understand better than anyone else how to deal with insurance providers and want to make sure that the process goes as smoothly as possible for you.

3. Is it Possible to Get Back the Depreciation?

In many cases, homeowners can get back the depreciation that was initially withheld. But most homeowners aren’t well-versed in the subject of depreciation, because their insurance provider doesn’t take the time to go over options for any recoverable depreciation. Our friendly and experienced roofing contractors will go over the paperwork with you as needed to help ensure that you get back the money you’re entitled to.

4. What if My Insurance Claim Gets Denied?

It’s fairly common for homeowners to get denied when they initially file a roofing insurance claim. But we can easily guide you through the process of filing an appeal, helping you to resubmit the information for reconsideration. Many home insurance claims are approved after they are appealed. While it can definitely be frustrating to get a denial letter in the mail, there’s no reason to take no for an answer—especially on your first try.

Contact Highlands Roofing Today

With more than 10 years of experience serving homeowners across Southern Colorado, we know how the insurance claims process works and are happy to assist you along the way. We know that working with insurance providers can often result in delays but will do everything we can to speed things up and get started on repairs before your roof damage gets any worse! Interested in learning more about the services we offer in the great Colorado Springs area? Give us a call at (719) 487-0565 or contact our friendly roofing contractors today for more information and to schedule your initial consultation.