Insurance Claim Process

Property Inspection

We use a 71-point property inspection checklist to ensure that nothing gets overlooked. We take photographic documentation in preparation of the meeting with your insurance adjuster. Documenting this ahead of time ensures clear communication of the damage that was found during our initial inspection.

Adjuster Appointment

Most of the time, insurance adjusters that visit your property to conduct an inspection and compose a loss estimate are employed by your insurance company. Appointments conducted without a third party contracting company present may result in damaged items being overlooked, or underpaid. Having Presidential Construction at the appointment brings a higher level of accountability.

Coordination of Work

Presidential Construction coordinates all the work to be completed at your property. This allows you to avoid the headache of finding the right company for each trade involved with each specific task. We make sure all costs are covered, so you never have to pay anything beyond your deductible.

Supplementing

Frequently, after the adjuster writes up a claim estimate for the payout of your damages, other unknown contingencies appear. This may include discontinued shingles, siding, windows, matching issues, or building code requirements. We provide your insurance adjuster with all necessary documentation in the case of discontinued or non-matching products, so when your property is restored back to normal, things match.

Claim Liaison

Most homeowners do not know the intricate details of the insurance process. This puts you at a serious disadvantage. We want to make sure you are being treated fairly. Also, our streamlined process allows our clients to avoid expending undue amounts of time and energy managing the insurance process themselves.