Emergency Roof Repair

/Emergency Roof Repair

Your Experts

In Case of Emergency

The weather in the Midwest is not always kind to our homes. It will often provide us with hailstorms, windstorms, thunderstorms, tornados and more. During these moments of extreme weather our roofs usually take the majority of the beating and you can instantly have an emergency roofing situation on your hands. If your shingles have flown off, you now have a gaping hole in your roof or for every other emergency in between – give us a call at (815) 459-1135. Our licensed and bonded professionals will be out to your home to offer you assistance as soon as possible.

Once our Cost Roofing field representative arrives at your home they will provide you with a roof inspection and offer you the best solutions for your home. This may be a simple roof repair, or it may require a brand new roof. In any situation our experts will work hand in hand with your insurance company to ensure that you receive everything your deserve from your claim.

Simple Steps

for a Hassle Free Claim Process

When you are in need of an emergency roof repair, follow these steps below in order to eliminate the hassle and stress of a claim.

  1. Contact the claims center of your Insurance Company and report that you may have hail/wind/etc damage to your home. Once you have reported the claim, contact your Cost Roofing Field Representative with the claim number.
  2. The Insurance Company will contact you with the name and phone number of the Adjuster, along with the date and time that the Adjuster will be coming out to inspect your home. Contact your Cost Roofing Field Representative with this information. To protect your best interests, we need to meet with your Adjuster and come to an agreement on the full scope of the damage to your home.
  3. After meeting with your Insurance Adjuster, your Cost Roofing Representative and Adjuster will inspect your home.  At some point in this process your Insurance Company will typically issue a claim report (which is the estimate) and the first of two checks will be issued by mail or onsite. When you receive this, contact your Field Representative and arrange a time to have this picked up.
  4. Your Cost Roofing Representative will review the paperwork (which is the estimate) to ensure that nothing was left off, improperly measured, or inadequately covered. If anything needs to be addressed or further discrepancies, your Cost Roofing Field Representative will advise you on what needs to be done next.
  5. Once you have selected the products and colors for your roof, your Cost Roofing Field Representative will schedule your project for production and within two (2) weeks your project should be started. Remember as agreed, all you pay is your deductible.
  6. Upon completion of your project, your Inspector will examine the completed work and pick-up any left over materials.
  7. After we receive the insurance paperwork and your project is deemed complete, both you and your Insurance Company will receive a final invoice. When you receive the second and final check, from the Insurance Company, the remainder of the invoice is due.