Roof Insurance Companies

Roof Insurance Companies

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Cory Carter

Partner & Sales
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Major Fussell

Sales Director
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Toney Walsh III

Training and Development Manager
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Brian Quinn

Project Manager
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Jason Spry

Project Manager
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Chris Fiedler

Repair Consultant
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Matt Duckworth

Project Manager
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Roof Insurance Companies We Work With.

At My Town Roofing, we understand that protecting your home is a top priority. That’s why we partner with some of the most reputable insurance companies in the industry to ensure that you have the coverage you need when it comes to your roofing needs. Our commitment to quality extends to every aspect of our work, including the insurance providers we collaborate with. Below, you’ll find a list of the roof insurance companies we work with, all of which are known for their reliability and customer satisfaction.

Don’t see your insurance company listed?

No worries. Give us a call and we will be able to start working with them. This list is just those companies we work with on a regular basis.

Frequently Asked Questions

These are just some of the questions that we often receive from our customers. Don’t see the question you have? No problem. Just give us a call at (901) 834-7663.

The cost of a new roof will depend on several factors, such as the roof type, roofing materials, the workmanship warranties your prefer, the size of your home, and the complexity of the roof.

In addition to this, the cost of your roof may need to include decking replacement, the installation of new flashing,  or changing specialty components such as skylights.

It’s essential to replace the roof if the primary roofing materials have outlived their expected lifespan. However, other factors, such as weather conditions and the overall cost and frequency of repairs should also be considered.

Here’s the expected lifespan of the most common types of roofs:

  • Asphalt Roof: 15-20 years
  • Metal Roof: 50 years
  • Tile Roof: 75 Years
  • Slate Roof: 100 Years

Often times, while removing your existing roof adds more work and time to the process, it’s necessary to ensure the structural integrity of your home.

Laying down new materials over an old roof can present a lot of new problems, such as:

  • Structural issues with too much weight on the roof.
  • You may be covering up larger issues rather than fixing them.

We carry a wide array of roofing types, styles, and colors to ensure that your home maintains the style you prefer.

Whether you’d like to maintain the style of your original shingles or you’re going for a new and different style, we will show you all of the options available and design a roofing system that exceed your expectations.

Most homeowners insurance policies will cover all or part of a roof replacement under certain circumstances.

Our project managers will work with you and your insurance company to ensure that covered claims are reported, documented, and  filed properly so that your roof replacement can be completed on-time.

Frequently Asked Questions

These are just some of the questions that we often receive from our customers. Don’t see the question you have? No problem. Just give us a call at (901) 834-7663.

The cost of a new roof will depend on several factors, such as the roof type, roofing materials, the workmanship warranties your prefer, the size of your home, and the complexity of the roof.

In addition to this, the cost of your roof may need to include decking replacement, the installation of new flashing,  or changing specialty components such as skylights.

It’s essential to replace the roof if the primary roofing materials have outlived their expected lifespan. However, other factors, such as weather conditions and the overall cost and frequency of repairs should also be considered.

Here’s the expected lifespan of the most common types of roofs:

  • Asphalt Roof: 15-20 years
  • Metal Roof: 50 years
  • Tile Roof: 75 Years
  • Slate Roof: 100 Years

Often times, while removing your existing roof adds more work and time to the process, it’s necessary to ensure the structural integrity of your home.

Laying down new materials over an old roof can present a lot of new problems, such as:

  • Structural issues with too much weight on the roof.
  • You may be covering up larger issues rather than fixing them.

We carry a wide array of roofing types, styles, and colors to ensure that your home maintains the style you prefer.

Whether you’d like to maintain the style of your original shingles or you’re going for a new and different style, we will show you all of the options available and design a roofing system that exceed your expectations.

Most homeowners insurance policies will cover all or part of a roof replacement under certain circumstances.

Our project managers will work with you and your insurance company to ensure that covered claims are reported, documented, and  filed properly so that your roof replacement can be completed on-time.

Ready to schedule your free roofing estimate and inspection?

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