Let a Roof Leak Claims Adjuster Help

CAPITAL ADJUSTING SERVICES WORK TO GET YOUR ROOF LEAK CLAIM PAID.

Even a tiny leak can cause significant problems for a property owner. A leak can cause havoc on your building. From unsightly stains on the roof to more serious issues like mold, structural damage, and potentially fire if the water affects electrical wiring.

Roof leaks are pretty common. Most property owners will experience a roof leak sooner or later. The good news is that most roofs are covered under homeowners insurance policies. Get prepared by having a public adjuster from Capital Adjusting Services on your side. When you call your insurance company to file a claim, they will send an adjuster of their own to your property to assess the damage and prepare a settlement. Remember that this adjuster is not working on your behalf. Unfortunately, part of their job is to minimize the cost to your insurance company, which they work for. Insurance adjusters are quick to deny roof leak claims without properly investigating. The entire roof system must be thoroughly inspected because sometimes damage can occur far from where the roof is leaking.

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Your public adjuster from Capital Adjusting Services will work to maximize that settlement and get you the money you need to restore your property to its original condition. Don’t go it alone. A recent governmental study found that when a policyholder uses a public adjuster, they receive a settlement that is 747% times higher than when they do not have professional representation. Call Capital Adjusting Services today to get a professional on your side.

 

What to Look for When Filing a Roof Leak Insurance Claim

You may not be able to see the damage to your roof, or you may not know what factors to look for. Damage can develop over time, so it is important to spot the signs early and prevent further damage. It would be best if you watched for the following signs of damaged areas as you examine your roof:

  • Darkened spots
  • Knocked off roof granules
  • Loose shingles
  • Water spots or stains on walls, around windows, and in corners

Other places throughout your home that may show signs that your roof is leaking include:

  • Cabinets
  • Insulation
  • Flooring
  • Drywall
  • Walls
  • Ceilings
  • Behind all Appliances
  • Exterior Siding

Policyholders, as well as insurance adjusters, may underestimate the nature and extent of roof leak damage. The seasoned public adjusters at Capital Adjusting Services bring a trained eye to your roof damage claim. We can understand the scope of your repairs immediately and bring some clarity to the situation for you. When roof leak damage occurs, we advise that your property be tested for moisture, water, and mold growth that may not be immediately visible. Catching these issues as early as possible is essential so that they can be addressed in your initial claim.

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When you hire a public adjuster, you are adding an experienced, knowledgable claims expert to your corner, fighting for your best interests, not the insurance company’s.

Your public adjuster from Capital Adjusting Services will work to maximize that settlement and get you the money you need to restore your property to its original condition. Don’t go it alone. A recent governmental study found that when a policyholder uses a public adjuster, they receive a settlement that is 747% times higher than when they do not have professional representation.

Call Capital Adjusting Services today to get a professional on your side.

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