When a storm comes through and damages a roof, it can be a headache for homeowners. Knowing a trusted roofing company in advance is beneficial in times like these. How do you find a great roofing ally? Keep reading for some important tips.
First of all: if you have been searching for a roofing company, make sure they offer a free inspection and quote. It’s important to assess all damage so the homeowner knows what to expect in the replace or repair process. Also, as a homeowner, you need to do some research. Some great questions to ask include:
- How long have they been in business?
- What are their online reviews saying about their service?
- Does their website have a gallery of completed projects for you to review?
- Can they help with insurance claims?
- Are they local?
- Do they offer financing options?
If your roof was damaged by a storm, your homeowner’s insurance will have coverage for that. However, be careful about waiting too long after the storm event: claims need to be filed timely (within a year) or they likely will not be covered.
Once you’ve scheduled an inspection and confirmed your roof needs work, then it’s time to get insurance involved. The roofing company you’re working with should be able to help with the claim. Then, when planning the job, they will also guide you through your options. For example, at Timberline, we offer a variety of high-quality products to fit many budgets and accommodate style choices for a home.
Finally, an excellent roofing company will be able to offer a variety of payment plans. For example, our financing offers include: zero interest/no monthly payments at 6, 12, or 18 months. Homeowners can even check out if they’re qualified through our easy application process once you get a quote. You just choose a service financial plan, use the estimator, and the amount finance to calculate. Payments can even be made online for a no-contact process.
We are experts in roof repair/restoration and helping homeowners through the whole process. Give Timberline Roofing & Construction a call if a big storm rolled through recently or you haven’t replaced your roof in 10+ years.