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We offer residential and commercial roofing. We are HAAG-Certified, licensed, and insured. Slade Roofing was founded by a licensed home insurance agent with over 17 years of experience. We understand roofing, home insurance, and the claims process. Have your roof done right the first time by a professional who is going to save you thousands of dollars over the years. You are going to love Slade Roofing.
When your roof is being replaced by insurance, the questions you should be asking are:
1. What brand of shingle do you recommend installing?
2. What is the life of the roof you are installing?
3. What is your workmanship warranty?
4. What is the wind warranty?
5. What is the manufacture's warranty?
6. Are you a preferred or certified installer for the manufacturer?
7. How resistant is this roof to hail?
9. What are your references?
10. What experience do you have with working with insurance claims?
We are often asked how roofing Insurance claims work?
After you file a claim with your home or business insurance provider, an adjuster will visit your home or business and inspect the damage.
He or she will decide how much the insurance company will pay toward your claim. Often, you’ll get an advance against the total amount your provider is paying (this is found in the ACV Column of your adjustment).
This ACV payment allows you to start the repairs to your roof, but it does not represent the total payment. The total estimated amount is found in the RCV Column of your adjustment. (I say estimated because adjusters do not have x-ray vision. If you discover more damage, you or your contractor need to document the additional damage and submit this documentation to your adjuster.)
Your adjuster will then work with your contractor to update your claim. This provision provides great peace of mind for any home or business owner. You will not have to worry about additional or hidden costs from the contractor, as the insurance company adjusts the claim when additional covered damage is found.
Research an honest, licensed roofing contractor. Some indications of their integrity can be that they are HAAG-Certified and if they have great (and real, check the reviewers!) reviews on Google, Facebook, etc. But the most effective way to verify a contractor is to call the local Supply House where the contractor purchases materials, and the manufacture of the shingles the contractor is planning to install. Check to see if they are Certified by the manufacturer.
Work with the project manager and the contractor. Permitting them to speak about the project freely with your insurance carrier will allow a quicker repair or replacement.
You can help speed the process along if you regularly follow up with the adjuster once the work is done.
The owners have had a lot to experience.
Tyler Slade began in the roofing industry in 1997. He is a certified Malarkey contractor, HAAG-certified, and a professional home and business insurance consultant. Tyler has received numerous awards in the insurance field such as Pacesetter, Commercial Lines Coverage Specialist, Canyonlands Master Agent of The Year. His understanding of insurance and roofing combined allows him to better serve homeowners when dealing with roofing claims or repairs. Tyler and his wife, Sherida, have eight children and enjoy hiking, traveling, and playing board games.
Dee Armstrong is a HAAG Certified Residential and Commercial Roof Inspector, With over 20 years of project management, sales and marketing experience, Dee Armstrong brings the synergy needed to complete your roofing project. With over 13 years of college education, a Masters in Public Administration and in Adult Education, rest assured that you will work step by step on the project with an accomplished professional. Dee was a walk-on for Idaho State Football team as a nose guard and linebacker. Dee and his wife, Sarah, have five children and enjoy spending time together playing games, competing in different sports, and working together.