Restoring Your Flood Damaged Home
We understand how traumatizing it can be to lose your home to flooding. All is not lost though, depending on the severity of flood damage, there are many options to recover and remodel your home to restore it to all it’s previous glory. It is important that you take action as soon as possible to ensure that mold, rot, pests and other unsavory outcomes from flood damage don’t take hold that may further hinder the recovery process.
Your Dallas Flood Damage Restoration Experts
As experts in flood damage restoration processes, 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. Inside Out Home Improvement guarantees that you will have absolutely nothing to pay out of pocket except your deductible!
To begin your insurance claims process, you just need to follow these 3 steps:
1. Get in Contact With Us
The very first thing you need to do is get in contact with one of our flood damage restoration experts to asses the extent of the damage. We will contact and meet up with your insurance adjuster as needed when they visit your property for inspection. This phase of the restoration process is so important, as it can greatly improve getting your claim processed faster when you have someone on hand ready to get the work started.
After we meet with them, our team can begin working on the approved work to restore the flood damage and get your home back to normal as soon as possible. Our team will stay in close contact with you during the entire process so you know exactly what we are doing at each step of the way and most importantly when the work will be completed.
2. Flood Damage Inspection
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.
Be aware that with flooding the full extent of the may or may not be easy to identify and adequate time for a thorough inspection is recommended. Flood damage that was overlooked can come back to to haunt you for years to come, so it is best to be thorough and meticulous in the inspection process to identify all areas of your home that are affected.
3. File Your Insurance Claim
Filing your flood damage insurance claim involves contacting your insurance company and filing a claim. After filing your claim you will be given a claim number. Make sure you save this information and the agent you spoke with as well as any details relevant to your claim. Depending on your policy, flood damage damage is often considered to be a no fault claim and will seldom put you at risk of any policy cancellation or premium increases. Once you have done this, your insurance provider will send an adjuster to your property to inspect the extent of the flood damage.
Need a flood damage restoration company?
Whether you need help with small fixes or gutting and replacing large sections of your flood damaged home, we can help you every step of the way. Contact us for a no obligation quote today.