Is this an insurance claim? Missouri and Illinois both have strict laws that do not allow a roofing contractor to offer to waive a deductible. Be weary of any roofing contractor offering to waive your deductible. It sounds good on paper but most of the time you and the company are committing fraud and violating state laws. John Beal Roofing does not participate in insurance fraud nor will we help you break the law. We have too many customers depending on us. Breaking the law or committing insurance fraud IS NOT AN OPTION. Below is a paragraph of the bill for your own knowledge:
“A residential contractor shall not advertise or promise to pay or rebate all or any portion of any insurance deductible as an inducement to the sale of goods or services. As used in this section, a promise to pay or rebate includes granting any allowance or offering any discount against the fees to be charged or paying the insured or any person directly or indirectly associated with the property any form of compensation, gift, prize, bonus, coupon, credit, referral fee, or other item or monetary value for any reason.”
John Beal Roofing insurance division is dedicated to making sure you are fairly compensated on your claim. In our experience, the majority of insurance scopes you receive are inaccurate. By choosing to use John Beal Roofing to replace your storm-damaged roof, you get many years of insurance claim experience reviewing your claim.