Since Assurance Contractors is a locally owned and operated company, we understand that weather can be unpredictable with strong hail and wind which can severely damage your roof.  Assurance will work with your insurance to ensure that your out-of-pocket expenses are not more than your deductible. We place the highest value upon our relationship with you and your insurance company to make sure the entire insurance process goes as smoothly as possible. Your insurance company, the adjuster and your contractor should all be working together for your benefit and to serve you.

“Assurance works with you and thoroughly reviews and handles the claim and keeps you informed of the process. Answered all my questions to my satisfaction. They have quality control in workmanship.”


Carolyn N.


Our ability to focus upon our customer’s best interests while working effectively with your insurance is key to our success. Here are the steps on how to file a claim:




  • FIND A REPUTABLE ROOF CONTRACTOR: Start by making an appointment to get a free roof inspection. Assurance will provide a video inspection so you can personally view the damage without getting on your roof!

  • IF YOU HAVE DAMAGE, CALL YOUR INSURANCE CARRIER. Call either your local agent or the insurance toll free number. Assurance can guide you on the best way to file your claim during your initial roof inspection.

  • FILE A CLAIM: Assurance can guide you on the best way to file your claim during your initial roof inspection.




  • ASSURANCE ROOF SPECIALIST & ADJUSTER TO INSPECT ROOF TOGETHER: Tell your adjuster that you would like your contractor to be present to ensure that they are both on the same page. There is no better time to ensure this happens than when the adjuster visits your home.

  • ADJUSTER WILL PROVIDE A CLAIM. A claim will be typically generated on the spot or within 1-2 weeks after their visit.

  • CALL ASSURANCE TO SET-UP ROOF REPLACEMENT. After you receive your claim, call Assurance to start making a plan for your roof to be replaced to pre-storm condition or better.