Insurance Restoration Process
Repairing Your Home After Natural Disasters
Our goal is to help ease the stress on homeowners after a natural disaster. It can be very frustrating trying to understand the extent of damage, knowing who to trust when a lot of contractors are at your door and navigating the insurance restoration process.
Our Certified Field Supervisors are trained to help you with inspecting the damage to your home, documenting and photographing the damage and working with the Insurance Adjuster to arrive at an agreed upon Scope of Loss.
Here are 5 steps the ABC Team does to minimize the stress on our customers after a natural disaster.
- We meet with you and inspect the damage together. We take pictures and document all of our findings.
- We offer mitigation services (at no cost to you) to protect your home from any further damage.
- We meet with the Adjuster while they create an initial Scope of Loss Statement. Often times when the Contractor and Adjuster work together it is quicker to get approval for what you are entitled to receive.
- Our Claims Department will review the Scope of Loss and if something was overlooked or there is a discrepancy we work directly with the insurance company to resolve any disputes.
- Once construction begins, the project will not be considered complete until you are 100% satisfied with the restoration of your home.
Our Customer Support Team is available 24/7/365 to answer questions, address concerns or help with any emergency repairs.
- Why is my mortgage company listed on the insurance check...what do I do now?
- My insurance company is declining my claim, but all my neighbors homes are being restored...what can I do?
- It feels like this process is taking forever...Why?
- How can I protect my family while the build is being completed?
Hurricane damage may be significant enough to notice right away, but more often than not leaks and troubles sneak up on homeowners well over a year after the hurricane. Schedule a free inspection.
Hail damage may go unnoticed right away, but will eventually grow worse if left alone. You have nothing to lose and only to gain by scheduling a free inspection.