Roofing & Exterior

Exterior Damage Assessments

Physically checking the roof and exterior of the property is always a necessity in assessing and documenting damage using the common methods of chalking, cutbacks, coring and so on.

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A person wearing black gloves and walking on the sidewalk.
A white drone flying next to a window.

Drone inspections are also very handy in allowing us to initially survey the property for anomalies on the roof and exterior to safely detect visible damage to the complete exterior of the property such as windows, siding, trim molds, mechanicals, mortar joints, and other exterior building materials without the chance of causing additional damage to the property. Once damage has been confirmed, we can continue with the proper method of inspection, and documentation of damages to create a detailed estimate to submit to the insurance company.

Pre-Loss Inspections

Why Should You Have One?

In the event of an insurance property loss, one of the biggest challenges is to prove that the damage occurred during a specific event. The insurance carrier and/or the adjuster who works for them, are looking for ways not to pay the claim. This will provide undeniable evidence of the condition of the property prior to the loss.  

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Policy Review

  • Reviewing your property insurance coverage prior to an insurance claim is very important. Based on our experience most insureds do not know what endorsements, exclusions, or deductibles they have in their commercial policies. All of which play a big factor in your settlement.

Roof & Exterior

  • Full detailed description of the condition of the roof and exterior of the building along with dated photographs.

3-D Interior Documentation

  • As for the interior of your property, our 360 Cameras will allow us to capture each room and create a schematic floor plan. This will give us the opportunity to go back in time and walk through the property pre–loss to provide evidence of new damage.
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