Restoration vs. Storm Chaser
One of our main goals at Adamstree is to ensure that everyone affected by storm damage finds an honest, reliable storm damage repair specialist. To help, we’ve provided some information below on how to avoid being scammed by shady “storm chasers.”
What’s the Difference Between Storm Chasing & Storm Restoration?
Many roofing and siding companies are simply storm chasers who travel from town to town looking for business in areas that were recently affected by harsh weather. These storm chasers are usually just looking to make a quick buck by following hailstorms and performing sub-par repairs on damaged homes before disappearing into the neighboring states.
We can’t stress this enough: we are not storm chasers. Adamstree has multiple permanent locations throughout the Central United States, and we’ll always be here to follow up with you after services have been completed.
While there are a few honest reasonable, storm chasers out there, we want to make absolutely sure that you won’t be swindled by a dishonest storm chaser. So how can you tell the difference between a legitimate storm damage repair company and a storm chaser? We’ve got a few tips for you:
- A credible storm restoration company will inspect the roof, the walls, and every aspect of your building’s exterior to provide a comprehensive assessment of your options and an accurate estimate of costs to get your building fully restored to its former glory. A storm chaser will talk to you about roofs and siding, and won’t be concerned about the other details – details that take time and don’t get reimbursed by insurance companies as quickly and easily.
- A credible storm restoration company will take the time to work directly with your insurance to derive a cost to get your property back to pre-storm condition. A storm chaser will be willing to give you an estimate because they are in a hurry to get started, get done and move on to the next storm ravaged community. Getting an estimate for an insurance claim usually leads to future problems for the homeowners. Some of these problems include poor workmanship, lack of warranties, and even enticing the homeowners to commit insurance fraud by making a profit from their insurance claim.
The Adamstree Difference – With You Beyond the Storm
Adamstree Roofing and Construction has permanent offices in Colorado and Missouri, with new permanent offices slated to open across the United States.
Our representatives have years of experience dealing with insurance companies, but our motivation is to get you the best settlement possible. Of course we are in business to make a profit, but we do that best with satisfied customers who are treated fairly and honestly.
Call Adamstree Today
Call the restoration specialists today at
Adamstree Roofing and Construction in
Missouri & Kansas (913) 214-1049 or Colorado (720) 724-0081.