Storm Damage Doesn’t Have To Ruin Your Day.

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

Insurance claim management

High quality repairs

Best warrantee guarantee

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.

Try Before You Buy! Get a faster and more accurate quote by downloading the hover app. Takes 10 minutes to do!

1. Request to Download the Hover App

2. Take pictures of your home

3. Try before you buy

4. Receive Quote


Will pre-qualification affect my credit score?

Submitting pre-qualification will not affect your credit score.
Hard inquiry does not take place until we make payment to
your contractor.

Will I need to verify my income?

In the credit approval process, you’ll be asked your individual
“gross yearly income.” Please be as accurate as possible. If
further clarification is required, you may be asked for “proof
of income” through a W2 or a pay stub. (This verification only
impacts a very small percentage of customers.)

Can I apply with a co-applicant?

No co-applicants are accepted at this time, but someone
else in the household can apply if the original applicant is
denied. Applicants must be listed as owners of the property.

Once credit is approved, how long is it valid for?

60 days. You must sign your loan agreement within 60 days
of receiving approval.

If I am declined due to credit, what can I do?

You will be sent the reason for decline via email, and be able to
take appropriate action. You can then re-apply after 30 days, or
another member of the household can apply immediately.
Applicants must be listed as owners of the property.

When do payments begin?

90 days after the first disbursement of funds are released to
your contractor or 15 days after the final stage of your project
is marked as complete, whichever comes first.

After the promotional period ends*.
* The promotional period timeline begins with the disbursement
of funds is released to your contractor. This takes place upon
completion of the first loan funding stage. This may occur upon
countersignature of the loan agreement or a later date of your
contractor’s choosing and your acknowledgement. Refer to
your contractor for details.

How do I make payments?

All of the loan information and payments will be made in
your borrower portal.

How do I find out how much I owe on my loan?

You can log in to your online account 24 hours a day to view
your loan balance and/or schedule a payment for the date of
your choosing. If you would like to obtain a full payoff
amount for a date up to 10 days in the future, please email

What happens if I move?

This is a personal loan, no lien is placed on your property as a
result. If you move, the loan will remain in your name and
you can pay it off anytime.

If I pay off the loan early, do I still owe interest?

You can pay off the loan amount at any point, and you’ll only
pay for interest that has already accrued.

If you pay off your loan before the promotional period end
date, you don’t owe any interest. If you don’t pay off your
loan prior to the promotional period end date, you are able
to pay off the loan amount at any point, and you’ll only pay
for interest that has already accrued.

Are there any early payment penalties?

Mosaic does not have any prepayment penalties.

Do prepayments go to principal or interest?

Prepayments are first applied to interest that has accrued,
and then applied to principal.

During the promotional period, all payments are applied to
principal. After the promotional period ends, prepayments
are first applied to interest that has accrued, and then
applied to principal.