Restoring Your Storm Damaged Home
You should be aware that storm restoration is a lot more complex than simply doing a home remodeling job. This is due to the fact that in addition to doing the necessary work on your property, you must also file an insurance claim for the damage. Our company has years of experience helping property owners file insurance claims, so we can help ensure that the entire process goes smoothly.
Your Dallas Storm Restoration Experts
As experts in Dallas storm restoration, we will act as your agent, representing you in front of your insurance company so that you can get your claim settled in a fair and rapid manner.
To begin your insurance claims process, you just need to follow these 3 steps:
1. Get in Touch With Us
You can have one of our storm restoration professionals meet your adjuster when they come to inspect your property. This is a crucial part in the process as it helps in getting your claim processed faster. Having an Inside Out Home Improvement expert present will also encourage the insurance adjuster to conduct their inspection in a more thorough way.
After this is done, we can start working to restore your home to just the way it was before the storm. Rest assured that you will be kept fully aware of how work is progressing as we do the work.
2. Inspect the Damage
It is recommended that you have your property inspected by Inside Out Home Improvement to see if there is any insurable storm damage. Our staff are professionals in storm restoration and know how storm damage can affect a home. We will also look at meteorological information to see if the damage your home sustained from the storm is insurable.
Storm damage may or may not be easy to see. Any damage that was missed can come back to cause trouble for you in the future.
3. File an Insurance Claim
This involves calling your insurance company and filing a claim. You will be given a claim number as you begin the process. Storm damage is considered to be a no fault claim and will not put you at risk of premium increases or policy cancellation. Your insurance company will then send an adjuster to inspect the damage.