Nicholasville KY Roof Replacement Storm Damage Reroofing Service Announced

Nicholasville, KY roofing contractor Peterson Homes Restoration & Roofing announced insurance claim roof replacement services in Lexington. The company liaises between homeowners and insurers to help qualifying borrowers maximize their insurance payout and check if they are eligible for a free roof replacement.

Nicholasville, United States - May 22, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Nicholasville, KY roofing contractor Peterson Homes Restoration & Roofing announced the availability of storm damage roof replacement services. The Lexington roofing company announced that homeowners may qualify for a free roof replacement through their insurance claims.

More information about Peterson Homes Restoration & Roofing is available at https://www.petersonroofingky.com/choosing-a-roofing-contractor/

The Lexington, KY roof repair company provides insurance support for customers with homeowners’ or corporate insurance coverage on their roofing. These types of insurance policies commonly cover roofing damage caused by rain, hail, lightning, and other natural, electrical, and mechanical causes.

The team at Peterson Homes Restoration & Roofing liaises with insurers, files a customer’s claim, and follows up with adjusters to help homeowners receive the maximum possible insurance claim payout for storm damage repairs. The Nicholasville, KY residential roofing professionals ensure that all work meets the insurer’s and homeowner’s requirements and roof replacements and repairs are completed without any deposits up front.

The roofing specialists in Lexington & Nicholasville repair damage caused by rain, hail, fallen trees, wind, and fallen power lines. Peterson Homes Restoration & Roofing uses industry-leading materials and supplies that are covered by manufacturers’ warranties. All roofing repairs and full roof replacements are preceded by a complete inspection.

Peterson Homes Restoration & Roofing also provides interior repair, insulation, and siding installation and repair services.

According to a spokesperson for the roof repair company in Lexington, “Dealing with insurance companies can be challenging for those who are not accustomed to filing the paperwork and the back-and-forth that’s generally required. We bring years of experience in the field that makes the claims process easy.”

Since 1983, Peterson Homes Restoration & Roofing has been a preferred local roofing contractor in Lexington, Nicholasville, and Bourbon County. The company holds memberships with the Kentucky Roofing Contractors Association and has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.

More information is available by calling 859-251-6001 or by visiting the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Randy Peterson
Email: Send Email
Organization: Peterson Homes Restoration and Roofing
Address: 501 Brannon Rd, Nicholasville, KY 40356, United States
Phone: +1-859-251-6001
Website: https://www.petersonroofingky.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 515942

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