Residential Claims: Step 6

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Funding the Project

Funding the project is simple, and the complete process is designed for your comfort. For every action we take, we will ask you to do something.

SUBJECT TO AGREEMENT
WE explain the process and present a Subject to Agreement.
YOU give your approval to the Subject to Agreement. With the assistance of our agent, you call in the
claim to the insurance company and receive a claim number.

SCOPE OF WORK
WE do an inspection of the property and create a complete scope of work.

MEET THE ADJUSTER
WE contact the adjuster and meet on the property, going over the complete project, making sure you are receiving all you are entitled to. We confirm proper funding for the complete project. After meeting with the insurance adjuster, your agent will go over the complete breakdown of the scope of work and how it is funded line-by-line. At this time, your agent will furnish material samples.
YOU pick materials, colors and write the deductible check. This should be your only out-of-pocket expense.

MATERIAL DROP
WE take all compiled information back to our office and prepare each work order necessary. At this time, the production department will order the materials. Once materials have arrived on-site, the
installation director will inventory and confirm that the order is correct.
YOU give the claims coordinator the first check you receive from the insurance company. The amount is equal to the actual cash value paid by the insurance company.

RESTORATION
WE start the restoration of the project. Upon completion, we will do a final inspection to assure your complete satisfaction.
YOU, if satisfied, approve the inspection forms.

FINAL INVOICE
WE will send the final invoice to the insurance company for the remaining funds. This can generally take two to four weeks. All funds are sent to you, because it is your claim. Due to the length of time it takes for the final check to arrive, you will have plenty of time to make sure all is well and nothing was forgotten.
YOU give us the final check from the insurance company.