Your roof is one of the most important parts of your home’s structure and when you need a new one can be a stressful financial situation. That’s why many homeowners wonder “Will my insurance company pay for a new roof?”
Will Insurance Pay For My New Roof?
Your roof is included in the typical homeowners’ insurance policy as part of the “dwelling coverage.” This protects your home from certain types of damage caused by fires, a toppled tree, strong wind, or an unexpected phenomenon (like something falling from the sky).
Typical homeowners’ insurance policies also require that you pay a deductible before insurance kicks in and helps cover the cost of your damaged roof. Many policies also have coverage limits, which could lead to more out-of-pocket costs for you.
Every homeowners’ insurance policy is different, though, so be sure to read your policy and contact your insurance agent for your plan’s specifics.
One thing that’s not backed by typical dwelling coverage is the normal wear and tear of your roof. In fact, some policies limit any coverage of roofs over a certain age. This is why it’s important to periodically and make repairs or replacements as needed—it will save you money in the long run!
That’s where Feazel steps in. When you work with us to replace your roof, you aren’t just backed by insurance anymore. Feazel has developed the most comprehensive warranty in the roofing industry to make sure that our customers are always covered. Our warranty protects both the labor and the materials, and it lasts as long as you own your home.
While each roof is different, Feazel is proud to work with our customers to find solutions that fit their budgets. We also offer convenient financing options. For more information about how Feazel can help you save money on your roof repair or replacement, contact us today.
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