Does Insurance Pay For a New Roof?

Does insurance cover a new roof? If your roof is damaged by fire or theft and you are the one that has to rebuild it yourself can insurance help you? Insurance has a way of covering your expenses in case you damage someone else’s property or if you damage your own property. Does insurance pay for a new roof? Yes, it does, and here is how you get it. You need to contact your home insurance company to see if they have any kind of guarantee that you can get a new roof or at least a replacement on your old one.

In order to get this insurance, you will need to make an appointment with your agent and tell him that you want to know if your home is covered by the insurance. Once he gives you all the information he needs to give you an estimate of how much it will cost to get it replaced and how long it will take before it is completed. The companies that insure real estate have their own set of standards and they will determine how long it takes before the roof is up. The companies that insure automobiles also have their own standards and so does the insurance company that insures real estate.

Does insurance pay for a new roof? It depends on what company you are going through. Some insurance companies will pay for a new roof if the house was previously insured and the only thing that has changed since then is the address of the house. Other insurance companies will not only pay for a new roof, but they will also repair the old one if it was destroyed. If you have an existing roof that is insured with a particular company, all you have to do is call them and tell them the information that they need to give you so that you can get a quote for getting a new one.

This post was written by a roofing professional at KCG Roofing. KCG Roofing is a premier roofing contractor that does Sarasota roofing! KCG Roofing has the experience and expertise to replace or repair your roof with quality materials and excellent craftsmanship. All our roofs are backed by a 15-year leak-free guarantee, the highest in the industry. We have been family-owned and operated for over 40 years.