NORTH SLOPE ROOFING  
1400 Terradyne Drive Suite 209 Andover, KS 67002

North Slope Roofing, LLC deals with all kinds of insurance comapnies such as Farmers, State Farm, American Family, Farm Bureau All-State, Met Life, Travelers, Independent Insurance Carries and much more. The first step is finding out if your roof needs to be replaced, repaired, or verify that everything is ok with your roof.  We are in the business of dealing with insurance claims, talking to adjusters and making sure you get reimbursed for all covered damages is a daunting process. Many homeowners are simply unsure about how to file a claim, where the process can be problematic, what types of documentation they need, or what to expect. That is normal but after talking to a North Slope agent, they will break things down giving you peace of mind about the next steps.

To a home insurance company, the roof is the most important part of your house. It’s the gateway to far greater damage claims once it’s damaged. In more than 90 percent of hail or high-wind claims, there is a payout relative to the roof cover, according to the Insurance Institute for Business and Home Safety. Insurance companies review roofing claims very carefully and they expect you to provide proper documentation and other information in order to process your claim.

Choose a Contractor like North Slope Roofing, LLC with Insurance Expertise. The first step is set up an appointment with a North Slope Roof Inspector to have your roof damage evaluated. On location, a North Slope agent will give you an estimate and we have the extensive experience in providing roof estimates for insurance claims and helping clients navigate the process of getting their roof repair or replacement covered by their insurance company, subject to validated hail/wind damage that occurred during your date of loss. Contact North Slope today for a FREE roof inspection to determine the next step and get your roof back to normal sooner than later.

FAQ



• A hail storm hit my neighborhood in Wichita, KS what should I do?

Call North Slope Roofing before you call for an inspection from your insurance company. We have a lot of experience working with the insurance adjusters and can make the process go smoothly for you. We use the same software as the insurance industry to estimate and measure your roof. We have a time-tested detailed checklist that ensures that the insurance adjuster doesn’t miss any key issues when looking at your roof.


• I had a hail adjuster come and my roof is totaled, what should I do?

We recommend calling North Slope to go over the estimate. We work with this information all of the time and can help you in this process. Although you may have received a check from your insurance company, it may not be enough. There are a number of reasons why pricing could be outdated. As the price of oil goes up so do the price of materials and labor. Since most of the estimates are software driven, we see lots of times when old pricing is used and the homeowner never knows it. Next, the adjuster could have made a mistake on the measurements. We see this a lot too. There are satellites that can measure your roof now and adjusters are using these to save time and reduce risk of injury. We think of these as calculators. They work great if you know what you are doing and the angle of your roof is ok. We like to measure the “Old School” way. We find it to be more accurate and less costly thus giving you an accurate estimate.


• Is there a statute of limitations with my claim?

Yes there is. Most insurance companies will not honor a claim filed more than 365 days after the damage was done to your roof. In order to ensure your insurance company will honor your claim it is important to file as soon as possible.


• A storm has hit, what should I do next?

Please fill out our online contact form and a North Slope Roofing representative will contact you shortly for a FREE roof inspection to determine the next step.


• Why has my claim been denied but all my neighbors are getting new roof?

There are many reasons that this may have happened. For example, you may have had an inexperienced adjuster. Adjuster schools are two weeks in duration. Another example, would be the timing of the inspections. If you had your insurance adjuster come by a week after the storm he or she may have denied the claim. Most hail shows up better after a couple of hard rains and weeks of exposure. We recommend you call us to help you in this process. We can meet the adjuster for you with no cost or obligation. We typically get these overturned due to our experience and knowledge of insurance company storm guide lines.