Storm and hurricane damage to property can impact homes and commercial real estate. This is a large concern when hurricane season approaches. The severe nature of hurricanes and storm damage has led insurance carriers to take exacting measures regarding the nature of coverage and policies. It is essential for property owners to contact a professional public adjuster in RI in order to clearly understand the complicated intricacies of insurance coverage for hurricane damage. We feel as if you should have a relationship with a public adjuster just as you would have with your doctor, a dentist, or a lawyer. These claims are different than other types of claims because they need to be related to a specific date and storm which caused the damage at the property. Our Rhode Island public adjusters know how to deal with storm related claims and will always help the homeowner receive the restitution that they are entitled to.
Identifying Storm Damage
If your home or business was hit by severe damage, look for signs such as: dents in your siding or broken shingles that may have been caused by hail, missing shingles and peeling siding that can be caused by hurricane-force winds, and flooding or other signs of water damage in your basement. If you notice any of these signs, contact Performance Adjusting to speak to a claims adjuster in RI as soon as possible. The sooner we know the extent of the damage, the sooner we can get you reimbursed for any repairs that need to be completed.
When your home is damaged by severe weather, you don’t have a lot of time to waste. Even though the damage might be minor, it can become worse over time. This will mean more repairs on your home, which will cost you more money and even affect your chances of receiving a claim from your insurance company. By ignoring the damage to your home, it could result in a denied insurance claim.
For more information about our storm damage assessment services or anything else that we have to offer, contact Performance Adjusting today. Our team of Rhode Island public adjusters can work closely with you to make sure that you receive the reimbursement you deserve from your storm damage claim so that you can begin the repair process on your home.