FAQ

See the answers to our customers most common questions!

FAQ

See the answers to our customers most common questions!

Yes! When you schedule a roof inspection with us it is completely free. No obligations or payment are needed. As an insurance claim roofer, we simply are inspecting for the quality of your roof and any damages that would warrant an insurance claim. Schedule Your Free Inspection Here

There are many factors that go into the cost of a roof including the size of your home, steepness of roof and quality of materials. If you are able to use your Insurance the cost of your roof will never cost more than your deductible! Curious what the total cost of your roof would be (without using insurance)? Check out our Roof Cost Estimator

No, your rates will not go up. Calling in an insurance claim and taking advantage of your policy to pay for your roof will have no impact on your monthly rates.

Although your roof may not currently be affecting your day to day life it could have damage that will eventually cause problems. If there is adequate damage your insurance may be obligated to pay for your new roof. Having an inspection done is the best way to ensure your home will be protected

We examine many things during inspection but most importantly we will look for hits, dents, and blemishes caused by hailstones. Also, Wind damage that causes shingles to lift and even tear off the roof completely. If your roof has not been looked at recently  Schedule Your Free Inspection Here!

Any roof in DFW that is 10+ years old probably needs to be replaced. DFW area is hit by more hail storms than any other place on the planet. Between 8-15 storms every year! Call us for a free inspection; if there is no damage we will tell you, we never want to waste our time or yours with an adjuster on a roof with no damage.

While collaborating with you insurance company may take a few weeks to over a month, the actual installation of your roof is a quick affair. In most cases it will take the crew 1-2 days to tear off and replace your roof.  The size of your roof and the weather must also be taken into consideration.

 When the job is complete, payment is due in full. If you are dealing with an insurance claim, we ask for the first check as soon as you receive it. House of Tomorrow will invoice your insurance company for the remainder of the roof upon completion.  Insurance companies will release the second portion as soon as the roof is completed and they have received an invoice. The final payment is due when you receive your second check. This is usually about seven to ten business days from the completion of your roof.

You have the privilege of choosing the roofing company in whom you have the most confidence. The Better Business Bureau is your best guide. You do not have to go with the lowest bid, which is what your insurance company would like you to believe. This almost certainly results in poor workmanship.  Remember, an inexpensive roof is no bargain if you have problems. Especially if your contractor is no longer around to honor the labor warranty. Be sure the company you choose is reputable. The contractor you choose should have at least ten years of experience. Also, make sure they have a solid line of communication (cell phones).In case of an emergency, you want to be able to contact your representative immediately.

There are many factors that go into the cost of a roof including the size of your home, steepness of roof and quality of materials. If you are able to use your Insurance the cost of your roof will never cost more than your deductible! Curious what the total cost of your roof would be (without using insurance)? Check out our Roof Cost Estimator

Yes! When you schedule a roof inspection with us it is completely free. No obligations or payment are needed. As an insurance claim roofer, we simply are inspecting for the quality of your roof and any damages that would warrant an insurance claim. Schedule Your Free Inspection Here

No you rates will not go up. Calling in an insurance claim and taking advantage of your policy to pay for your roof will have no impact on your monthly rates.

Although your roof may not currently be affecting your day to day life it could have damage that will eventually cause problems. If there is adequate damage your insurance may be obligated to pay for your new roof. Having an inspection done is the best way to ensure your home will be protected

We examine many things during inspection but most importantly we will look for hits, dents, and blemishes caused by hailstones. Also, Wind damage that causes shingles to lift and even tear off the roof completely. If your roof has not been looked at recently  Schedule Your Free Inspection Here!

Any roof in DFW that is 10+ years old probably needs to be replaced. DFW area is hit by more hail storms than any other place on the planet. Between 8-15 storms every year! Call us for a free inspection; if there is no damage we will tell you, we never want to waste our time or yours with an adjuster on a roof with no damage.

While collaborating with you insurance company may take a few weeks to over a month, the actual installation of your roof is a quick affair. In most cases it will take the crew 1-2 days to tear off and replace your roof.  The size of your roof and the weather must also be taken into consideration.

 When the job is complete, payment is due in full. If you are dealing with an insurance claim, we ask for the first check as soon as you receive it. House of Tomorrow will invoice your insurance company for the remainder of the roof upon completion.  Insurance companies will release the second portion as soon as the roof is completed and they have received an invoice. The final payment is due when you receive your second check. This is usually about seven to ten business days from the completion of your roof.

You have the privilege of choosing the roofing company in whom you have the most confidence. The Better Business Bureau is your best guide. You do not have to go with the lowest bid, which is what your insurance company would like you to believe. This almost certainly results in poor workmanship.  Remember, an inexpensive roof is no bargain if you have problems. Especially if your contractor is no longer around to honor the labor warranty. Be sure the company you choose is reputable. The contractor you choose should have at least ten years of experience. Also, make sure they have a solid line of communication (cell phones).In case of an emergency, you want to be able to contact your representative immediately.

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