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Storm Damage Assistance for Your Time of Need

In our Grand Strand community extreme weather is fairly common, often leaving homes damaged and residents left to pick up the pieces. When tragedy strikes, we're not 'here today & gone tomorrow'. We're here to stay & to care when it matters most.


The 7 Things You Should Know Before You Start an Insurance Claim

When a storm hits, it's important to know you're not alone in the insurance claims process. As leaders in the community, we are always happy to help & educate our customers on the insurance process.

It is important to know these 7 things before you start an insurance claim:

  1. When the event took place
  2. Your deductible amounts
  3. The type of coverage you have
  4. The type of damage you have & the extent of the damage
  5. Who your insurance carrier is
  6. The type of roof you have
  7. Whether or not your insurance premium will go up

If you don't know the answers to one or more of these questions, let us know! We're happy to help you gather the information you need & provide answers.

Step 1: Inspect Your Roof

Your roof may not have received enough damage to constitute a replacement.  Before considering an insurance claim, it is important for you to know if the damage you have is worth claiming under your insurance coverage.  This is why an inspection is the first step. 

Our project managers are trained under the HAAG engineering standard. This is the same standard your insurance company uses to decide if the damage you have to your roof is insurable. After an inspection from a trained expert, you can have a true understanding of the damage to your home. This will allow you to know if starting an insurance claim is right for you and your family. 




Step 2: Meet With Your Insurance Adjuster

Most insurance adjusters don't have a extensive knowledge of roofing. If your adjuster doesn't, you could be left with a insurance approval that doesn't fully cover the cost of your new roof. Leaving you responsible for covering the difference. 

So, we meet with your insurance adjuster to make sure all damage is documented and all items are accounted for in your insurance estimate. This way your roof meets code and you can pay the least out of pocket possible.


Step 3: Install Your New Roof

Once we review your insurance approval, its time to install your beautiful new roof! 

When you trust Linta Roofing, you get a master elite contractor. Only 3% of contractors have this qualification. With this level of certification you can know that your new roof will be installed by one of the best roofing company's in the industry. 


You Deserve A Contractor That Cares

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In Need of Storm Damage Assistance?

Let us know!

After you fill in your contact information you'll have the opportunity to provide further details about any issues you're having with your roof.

One of our Project Managers will review this information and contact you to discuss how we can assist in restoring your roof! 

Frequently Asked Questions

Unexpected roof damage can raise a lot of questions for you as the homeowner. Here we provide answers to common questions we get from homeowners recovering from storm damage.

Will My Insurance Premium Go Up If I File An Insurance Claim?

If My Roof Is Old Will My Insurance Company Still Pay For The Total Cost Of Replacement?

How Do I Know Which Deductible Applies For My Insurance Claim?

We feel privileged for the opportunity to earn your trust. Thank you.

We recognize that you have many options for reliable roofers in the Myrtle Beach area. 

So we look forward to working with you and providing you with the elevated roofing experience you deserve!