Insurance Recovery Program by Insurance Claims Specialists Tarpon Springs - Good2Go Roofing and Construction, LLC

Insurance Recovery Program

Did you know that Florida homeowner's pay 3-4 times the national average for insurance coverage and have some of the most extreme weather conditions in the country? would you believe that in most other parts of the country insurance companies actually pay for most new roofs because of extreme weather? Don't you think Florida homeowners should have the same access to these programs as everyone else?

 

What is the Insurance Recovery Program (IRP)?

The Insurance Recovery (IRP) is a program where a representatie from our storm division conducts a thorough inspection of your property, including your roof. They will assess any possible damage and give an evaluation of whether or not your roof has damage significant enough for replacement. Sometimes only a minor repair is needed. This inspection is free of charge.

FAQS

  • What are my actual chances my insurance company will cover the cost of my new roof?
  • What will this cost me if my roof is approved by insurance?
  • Will my insurance company drop me or raise my rates as a resut of me filling a claim?
  • How much does it cost to enroll in the IRP?
  • What if I was already denied by my insurance company?

Insurance policies almost always replace roofs damaged by "Act of God", such as a tree falling on your roof, hail, tornados and hurricanes.

you would only be responsible for the amount of your hail/wind or possibly hurricane deductible and nothing more.

"Act's of God," for insurance purposes are defined as events that occur through natural causes and could not be avoided using caution and preventive measures. It is your duty to protect your home per your insurance policy.

NOTHING for thus service and if your insurance company denies your claim you will be released from any obligation to Good 2 Go Roofing And Construction.

If we feel your roof has damage that should have been covered, we will absolutely recommend a reinspection.

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