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ROOF DAMAGE? ROOF LEAKS? Don't Settle For What The Insurance Company Offers You!We Will Be Able To Obtain a MUCH LARGER SETTLMENT

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Roof Damage Insurance Claims Are Our Specialty, No other Public Adjuster is more successful in obtaining new roofs for its clients than United States Adjusters


We welcome inquiries for our services on major and minor roof damage claims. We only get involved in claims where our services are needed.

We do consider smaller claims from property managers, clients, client referrals, agents, brokers and attorneys.

We will help you through this difficult and stressful time.Rood Damage Claims

When disaster strikes we are here to help. With many years of experience adjusting Hurricane claims. Our experts will work for you to maximize your recovery.
It is good to have professional help on your side.

We will meet with your Insurance Company adjuster to review the damage.
While we are busy detailing, appraising, and documenting your claim, you can begin to think about plans to replace your damaged property.

Our vast experience adjusting claims allows us to suggest ways you can turn this disaster to your advantage by repairing and replacing in ways that will enhance the use and value of your property.

Our staff recognizes the emotional aspects of a major property damage claim. We are experienced in dealing with the emotional as well as the financial and technical aspects of your claim.
We know what it takes to adjust your claim.
We review your policy to identify all areas of coverage.

We prepare your claim to maximize your roof damage recovery!
Our services make this a win, win situation for you

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Roofing Claim Questions and Answers

 How do I know if my roof has problems?

In most cases, roofing problems are discovered after damage has occurred from a leak. However, not all leaks produce visible damage immediately. Some leaks can occur for up to a year before showing any signs of damage. To avoid this hidden problem, it is important to have your roof inspected at least every five years by a qualified person. You may see excessive granules running down the downspout, shingles in the lawn, or excessive curling and cupping of the shingles on the roof.

How can a homeowner prevent roofing problems?

Once a year inspections can discover cracked, warped, or missing shingles, loose seams and deteriorated flashing's, excessive surface granules accumulating in the gutters or downspouts, and other visible signs of roof problems. Indoors, look for cracked paint, discolored plasterboard, and peeling wallpaper as sings of damaged roof areas.

If my roof leaks, will I need to have it totally replaced?

In limited cases, no. Leaking can occur because some flashing's have come loose or because a section of the roof has been damaged. A roof failure, on the other hand, is generally irreversible and occurs from a large portion being damage by a hurricane, tornado or high winds, choice of materials, or from the installation of a roof system inappropriate for the home or building. You may also have a tile match issue where the tiles are no longer manufactured and the insurance company owe's to replace the roof in its entirety.

Can I just do the work myself?

Most roofing work should not be a do-it-yourself project (Please visit our Contacts page). Professional roofing contractors are trained to safely and efficiently repair or replace a roof. Do-it yourself ers can harm a roof with improper roofing techniques and can harm themselves by falling through a roof even falling off a roof.

What are my options if I decide to re-roof?

The best option is to completely replace the roof system.

How long should my roof last?

The life of your roof depends on a few factors-roof type, pitch/slope of the roof, ventilation, installation, maintenance, and weather. As a general rule of thumb, basic three tab fiberglass shingles last 15 to 25 years. Flat roofs generally last 5 to 15 years. Roofing product manufacturers offer a variety of warranties on their products. Take a close look at those warranties to see what responsibilities and financial obligations they will assume if their products fail to reach their expected lifetimes.

What is the best time of year to have my roof replaced?

Any time is a good time. Roofing materials are safe to install year round, weather permitting.

What will a new roof cost?

The price of a new roof varies widely, depending on the material selected, the contractor doing the work, the home itself, area of the country, local labor rates, and more. Keep in mind that cost is only one factor, and it must be balanced against the quality of workmanship and materials. For each roofing material there are different grades-and corresponding prices. Plus, there are a variety of styles and shapes. You need to look at the full product range and make a choice based on your budget and needs. Within the roofing profession there are different levels of expertise and craftsmanship. Pick a contractor who is committed to quality work

United States Adjusters we are roofing claim experts! Our public adjusters have adjusted thousands of roof claims over the years and have extensive experience. Our adjusters expertise includes Condominium losses, Condo Complex's, Commercial losses, and Residential losses. With our Adjusting experience, our knowledge of insurance policies, and our knowledge of State Statutes & Codes, United States Adjusters are second to none when it comes to adjusting roofing claims.


Specialize in Commercial Roof Damage Claims

United States Adjusters have provided insurance settlement on roof damage claims for the following clients:
  • Condominium Associations
  • Homeowners
  • Restaurant Owners
  • Hotel / Motel Owners
  • Commercial Building Owners
  • Condominium Unit Owners
  • Building Owners
  • Shopping Mall Owners
  • Large Commercial Building Owners


Don't Settle for less when it comes to your most valued investment!



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