When Repairs Will Entitle You To A New Roof

If you’re like many homeowners in the Naples area, you might mistakenly believe that your homeowner’s insurance will only pay for a new roof if yours gets severely damaged by a covered peril listed in your policy. If you’re under this impression, you may not bother filing a claim for minor roof repairs because you’re responsible for a deductible. You might be surprised to learn that under certain circumstances, you can be entitled to a new roof even if the extent of the damage is just one broken tile or torn shingle.
Here, we’ll explain how you could qualify for a new roof, based on Florida state law and 2017 building code. […]

November 26th, 2018|

Picking The Best Roofer Is Like Picking The Best Doctor

This makes it extremely difficult to contact them or have them come back to repair your roof if there is a leak down the road. Learn why you should pick a close, local roofing contractor to work with your insurance provider so you can get the best service now and down the road:

Does it […]

July 26th, 2018|

Don’t Get Shortchanged by Insurance on Storm Damage

How to file an Insurance claim?
Within 24 hours of the incident, contact your insurance agent first to see what process your insurance carrier requires.  Then contact your insurance company’s claims department. Explain in detail what happened. The adjuster or claims manager will advise what steps come next.  Follow those steps.
What will insurance pay for?
Insurance is […]

May 17th, 2018|

Don’t Let Your Claim Provider Hassle You After Roof Damage

What is fiduciary responsibility?
Fiduciary responsibility is an insured’s required actions to mitigate further damage using reasonable means necessary.  If the problem is ignored the insurance company may have the right to deny coverage.
What is mitigating damage?
Mitigating damage is taking steps to stop more damage from occurring.  If a leak occurs, turning off the water supply, […]

May 7th, 2018|

Kelly Roofing’s Duro-Last Roof Outlasts Hurricane Irma

Just how strong was Hurricane Irma in September of 2017? We all know it was a Category 4 when it landed, and many of us remember it had the second-fastest winds of any Atlantic Ocean storm (as reported by Scientific American). 


April 12th, 2018|

What You Need to Know about Roof Disaster Recovery

If your home was damaged during a recent hurricane, you may be facing a flooded main floor, ruined furnishings and belongings, and a messy cleanup. It’s easy to get overwhelmed by all you have to contend with, so skilled and experienced assistance is invaluable to help you navigate your home’s recovery in a targeted manner. One building component that needs immediate attention is a damaged roof because a functional, watertight roof is essential to protect your home from further harm. […]

October 5th, 2017|