Colorado Home Renewal is highly proficient in the insurance claims settlement process. We start by meeting the adjuster at the initial
physical inspection of the property, in order to take an active role in the damage assessment process. Having us present as your advocate
during the initial physical inspection ensures your claim will be filed accurately with all possible repairs and improvements included.
It also adds a tremendous amount of efficiency to what can become a time consuming process.
We know what questions to ask, what to point out, and how to articulate relevant local code requirements to independent or staff adjusters
who may not be familiar with the local code (particularly if they are on rotation from another state). Not catching all of the necessary
repairs right from the beginning can bog down the process or result in needed repairs being omitted. It is always more time consuming to
try to add these repairs later, rather than making sure they are included at the time of the initial inspection. Further, a mishandled
claim can easily leave the insured not being paid the full benefit to which they are legally entitled.
Once the initial claim detail is received by the homeowner, we review it and then submit the necessary supplemental requests for additional
items to be paid. We make certain that you receive the full and fair value of your claim. As your contractor, we will restore your property
to code with the highest grade of building material possible, leaving you with a superior grade of restored finish. Upon completion of your
project, we handle all necessary invoicing to your insurance carrier so that the final payments can be issued to you for the work that’s
We work with all major carriers including:
Please contact us to discuss your home restoration needs.
- American National Property & Casualty Company (ANPAC)
- American Family
- Brotherhood Mutual
- Church Mutual
- Guide One
- Liberty Mutual
- State Farm
- and many more...