“Our experience was phenomenal. The staff and the Adjuster were great. The process was extremely easy and time sensitive. Two weeks after the adjuster viewed the damages, we had a check in hand. Thank you for your excellent work! ”- Smith J.
Suffering damage to your roof is an awful experience to go through, if you've encountered this lately, then you really need to know what to do. Your insurance company will first determine how to go about the replacement of the roof, as well as the cost. Insurance companies have a huge amount of resources to determine the replacement cost of your roof. You should really let Public Adjuster South Carolina represent you!
Taking care of your roof damage is our top priority; we deal with this immediately so as to avoid the adverse weather conditions that would further affect the interior of your property. Time is of the essence in these situations and your Commercial Roof Insurance Claim is massively important. Allow Public Adjusters South Carolina to completely handle the Roof Insurance Claim for you, so that we can provide you with the best results possible.
Roof damages will be fully documented for you, with the replacement costs fractioned in at today's current market value. When it comes to your roof, why settle for anything less than the best? You're guaranteed to receive up to 20 times the amount of money that you are being offered by your insurance company at the moment!
Each roof damage case comes with its own set of circumstances, unique to each and every customer. So let the professional team at Public Adjusters South Carolina consider the following:
• All available evidence of the insured peril that caused the roof damage.
• The age and condition of the roof that we will be dealing with.
• The type of roof system involved (asphalt shingle, built-up flat roof, ceramic or metal tile roof, sheet metal, reinforced thermoplastic membrane, spray polyurethane foam, etc).
• What maintenance records are available for us to view?
• Building codes that may apply to the damaged roof and property must also be considered.