Storm Damage Doesn’t Have To Ruin Your Day.

We handle insurance claims so you don’t have to.

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Unexpected storm damages are stressful. 

Colorado weather can change in an instant and cause serious damage to your home.

A rogue tree branch crashed through a window

High winds took shingles off your roof

Golfball-sized hail wreaked havoc on the siding

You deserve a convenient and hassle free insurance claim experience.

Endeavor Exteriors takes care of everything from handling insurance to repairing damages.

1. Get a Quote

We assess the damage and provide customized options

2. Expert Installation

A great experience from start to finish

3. Enjoy Your Beautiful Property

Only the highest quality craftsmanship

Filing an insurance claim? We’ll take care of that for you!

Check out our Insurance Claims 101 page to learn more about the process and how we can help.

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Do you handle insurance projects?
Yes, as a general contractor we can handle everything on your insurance claim and we have staff who are experienced in working with adjusters throughout the process
What scopes of work do you handle with insurance?
Roofing, siding, windows, gutters, and painting
Will you have someone meet with my insurance adjuster?
Yes! We always recommend that you have a professional contractor meet with your insurance adjuster on-site to represent you in the repairs process.
What happens if we don’t agree with the insurance adjuster’s assessment?
We will work with your insurance adjuster on the initial appointment to come to an agreement with repairs. In some cases, the insurance adjuster does not agree on the scope of repairs. If these cases, we will document the damages and submit them to the corporate office. We will work with the insurance company to schedule a re-inspection with another adjuster if necessary.
Should I file an insurance claim?
Storm damage impacts properties and materials differently. Schedule an appointment with our experienced staff to determine whether you need to file a claim or not.
How do I file an insurance claim?
Call your local agent to start the process or call the claims hotline. We recommend having a professional contractor assess the damage before filing a claim.
Will filing an insurance claim negatively effect my premiums or my relationship with my carrier?
No, not a storm damage claim. Being that storm damage is defined as an “Act of God” insurance companies cannot raise their rates on an individual policyholder basis. This means that if you file a claim for wind or hail damage after a storm you won’t have higher rates because of it. This comes with a caveat though - usually, after a storm-related event, depending on the severity and insurance company, that every policyholder within those zip codes will get a blanket increase.
What factors should I consider before filing an insurance claim?
1) Your claims history. Have you needed to file a lot of claims in the past? If so, the insurance company may be on verge of dropping your coverage. 2) The severity of the damage. Did the storm cause significant damage or minimal? If minimal damage and you have filed a lot of previous claims, it may be better to wait until the next storm to file. 3) Your deductible. Does the claim exceed the amount of your deductible? More insurance policies are coming with higher deductibles. Make sure you talk to a contractor to get a ballpark price for the repairs before filing a claim. 4) Are you staying or selling your home in the short term. If you are selling your house within the next 5-years but want to hold off on filing a claim, make sure you talk to a contractor to understand how the damage will age and get worse over the coming years. When you go to sell your house, a qualified home inspector will find the damage and you may be on the hook out of your own pocket. 5) How much time has passed since the storm. In Colorado, you will have 1-2 years (depending on the insurance company) to file a claim from the date of loss (the date of the storm). You will need to file a claim within these time limits for insurance to cover the damage.
How long does the insurance claims process take?
This varies throughout the year and by the insurance company but the claims process can take anywhere from 2-6+ weeks. The repairs process can take equally as long if not longer based on the scope of repairs.
Who is responsible for paying my deductible?
The customer is responsible for the deductible. Just like paying a co-pay at the doctor's office, you will pay the contractor your deductible amount. If you have a $10,000 claim and your deducible is $1,000 the insurance company is going to pay your contractor $9,000 and you will pay them the additional $1,000.