The first part of the claims process is an inspection of your property. A trained CE Construction Inspector will view the storm related areas and buildings to determine whether or not your claim needs to be filed. It isn’t as easy as it may sound—it takes training in this field to detect damage, some of which may be hidden.
As a General Contractor and Exterior Specialist, we’re trained to know industry standards. There are certain criteria and guidelines set to follow that will determine if it is a replacement or a repair.
Did you know?
Without the help of an insurance
restoration company, most homeowners
receive only 70% of the capacity of their claim.
SUBJECT TO AGREEMENT
After inspection, your CE Construction Inspector will sit down and explain his results. They will review all steps of the insurance restoration process. He’ll also explain the form that allows us to go to work for you, the homeowner. This form is called the “Subject To Agreement”. It states that you’re not under any obligation unless everything is approved by the insurance company and they’re willing to pay for the repairs. It also states that the only cost to you is the insurance deductible. CE Construction is required to have this approval in writing before discussing the claim with an adjuster.