Can my insurance pay for a new roof?
It depends on your policy and the circumstances surrounding why you need a new roof. If it’s because of a weather-related event, then homeowner’s insurance coverage might apply. But if you’re just looking to replace it because of age or to up its resale value, homeowner’s insurance likely wouldn’t assist with the cost.
How soon can you start on my roof?
We try to get new roofs started within two weeks of initiating the contract. Different times of year can be busier and we always have to reschedule if the weather proves difficult. We will keep you notified of any schedule changes and work with you to get your project done as quickly as possible.
Is your home sale contingent on a new roof? We will move you to the front of the schedule!
How long can you finance a roof for?
Loan terms are going to vary by lender. Shorter loan terms mean you pay off the debt sooner, and likely pay less interest, but longer loan terms ensure your monthly payment is lower and more affordable.
While you might pay slightly more interest over the long run, many homeowners choose a 120-month term or longer to ensure payments remain within their budget.
Payment plans vary according to requirements, interest rates and terms, so it’s important to ask the roofing contractor you have in mind for more details about roof financing Branson.
What if insurance denies my claim?
We are happy to discuss options with you. There are steps we can take, steps you can take, and on rare occasions third-party help we can secure to work on your behalf. We have a great track record of helping homeowners get full replacement on homes that were denied initially or only partially covered. We would love to help you through the process next.