Insurance Claim Assistance

We will walk you through the entire process from filing the claim to completion of the job and everything in between.

Insurance Claim

How Do I File an Insurance Claim for My Roof?

Gable Roofing can inspect your roof after a storm or any event and help you file an insurance claim. We know what a headache that can be and our qualified team will walk you through the entire process. We do what we can to take the stress off of the homeowner.

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Emergency Roof Insurance Claims FAQ

A: The cost of replacing a roof in Mississippi can vary widely depending on several factors, including the size of your roof, the type of materials you choose, and the complexity of the job. However, for more premium materials like metal or slate, the cost can be significantly higher.

A: Yes, roofers in Mississippi are required to be licensed. The state has regulations in place to ensure that roofing contractors meet certain standards of competence and safety. Before hiring a roofer, it’s essential to check that they are licensed and insured to protect both you and your investment.

A: Roof installation typically follows a specific sequence. First, the old roofing materials are removed if necessary. Next, the roof deck is inspected and repaired as needed. Afterward, underlayment, drip edge, and flashing are installed to create a watertight barrier. Then, the roofing material, whether shingles, metal, or another type, is applied from the bottom up, overlapping each row. Finally, ridge vents and other ventilation components are installed to ensure proper airflow.

A: The time it takes to build a roof can vary depending on factors such as the size of the roof, the complexity of the design, and weather conditions. On average, a straightforward roof replacement or installation can take anywhere from a few days to a week. However, more complex projects or adverse weather can extend the timeline. It’s best to consult with your roofing contractor for a more accurate estimate based on your specific project.