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With the commencement of 2024, it is important to announce our plans to continually develop how we build relationships with clients and partners.

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Getting a new roof installed soon? Here are 4 things you can look forward to. Energy Efficiency When we replace your roof, we also replace the ventilation system on your roof. This encourages healthy airflow throughout the attic space, which helps with climate control.

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Renewing your policy soon? Thanks to the ever changing economy, our insurance policies are transforming as well. Here are three things to make sure are included in your home policy in 2023!

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Comparing estimates from a few companies can be a smart idea - but, can also be overwhelming. Cole from Capital Construction walks us through 4 things to compare when reviewing estimates. License and Insurance Check with each contractor and get a copy of their license and insurance.

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So, the insurance adjuster is pulling out of your driveway after telling you 'Your roof is approved to be replaced/repaired! Congrats!' Now what? The first thing you will receive from the insurance company is a Summary of Loss. It's a small paragraph that goes over the benefits of your loss.

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Every Friday we're answering your questions!  We work with A LOT of homes that are damaged due to storms. Here are three ways you can file a claim with your insurance carrier and get your home back to tip-top shape! 1.

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Every week we're answering your questions! Here's this week's -  "Do I need a contractor present when my insurance company is looking for damages?" First off, it is within insurance companies' best interest to minimize the loss where ever they can.

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Every Friday we're answering your questions! Here's another one we get a lot whenever a hail storm comes through. "What does hail damage even look like? And how do I know my roof may be damaged?" Here are 4 things you can look for after a storm.

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This is probably the most common question we get.  'Will my insurance rates go up after I file a claim?' The short answer is no. A claim regarding a storm is deemed an 'act-of-nature' claim. You couldn't do anything about it to prevent it.

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