Yes, Shield Roofing works directly with your insurance to make sure you are getting the most out of your hail claim. Remember, their JOB is to save THEM money. Not you.
ACV is the TIME depreciated amount on the structure damaged (roof, siding, skylights ect) and usually give you that amount up front in hopes you DON'T claim the RCV. RCV in laimans terms is the amount you can "recover" if you hire out the work. Yes, that IS your money to apply to your roof, siding and whatever else is on your claim.
No, if a bid is lower than the RCV on the adjusters paperwork then that (lower) amount is then sent to you. When a roofing company sends the final invoice to your insurance company, your insurance company then sends the lower amount to you minus your deductable so it's a lose, lose situation because you could have had a better shingle and materials on your roof as opposed to a lower bid using inferior shingles and materials and you still pay your deductable to the roofing company.
Yes! There are new codes as of January 2019 and will apply them to your project.
Yes, any work being done more than 1 square (100 square feet) needs a permit and we pull permits on every job.
Yes, Shield Roofing is licensed/ insured and can provide any documentation needed.
Not usually, it is worth a phone call to have an adjuster come decide. One phone call can be worth $5,000 to $20,000 or more. Remember, they want their insured protected as well. A leaking roof can cause thousands of damage as opposed to replacing it.
Yes, Shield Roofing is one of the few roofing companies who actually climb on your roof and hunt down leaks or replace missing shingles ect..
Yes! Shield roofing has a 5 year workmanship warranty.