Q. My roof looks fine, should I have it looked at?
A. In many cases, it is difficult to detect whether your home has damage from the ground. Don’t let storm damage or wear threaten the safety of your roof. If homes in your area have been affected, you should contact Firehouse Roofing KKC for a FREE inspection!
Q: Do I have to pay Firehouse Roofing KC for your claims assistance?
A: NO! Firehouse Roofing KC will assist you with your claim from start to finish, at no cost to you. Proving claims assistance is a service we provide to all of our storm damage customers.
We will make sure that you are taken care of from the beginning of your claim process. We will work directly with your insurance company to make the claims process straightforward and stress-free. We WORK for YOU!
Q: Should I call my insurance company before I call Firehouse Roofing KC?
A: It is probably best not to. In most cases, it is best to have Firehouse Roofing KC come out and assess the damage and complete a thorough inspection of your home. We can ensure the roof is eligible for a claim before you call your insurance company. It is critical for Firehouse Roofing KC to attend the initial inspection with your claims adjuster. We will assure you that that the claim is handled properly from the beginning.
Q: Having Firehouse Roofing KC handle insurance claims WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE.
A: Firehouse Roofing KC has proven experience dealing with national insurance companies and successfully working with insurance claims so the claims process is stress-free. It is important that you maximize your claim and receive payment for all the damages that your policy provides coverage.
If your insurance claim is not handled properly, your claim could be partially or completely denied. Some homeowners have unknowingly and unnecessarily ended up paying thousands of dollars out of pocket.
Q: How long does a roof replacement take?
A: Depending on the size of the project, the materials needed and our team’s availability, and weather conditions, a roof replacement in the greater Kansas City area can be finished in as little as 1 day or as long as 5 days – with the average of 2 days.