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I hope you never have to make an insurance claim on your home.

But what if you do? You need to be prepared.


If you have to file a claim, it’s important to know your replacement retailer is a qualified and certified provider for the insurance industry. We will take the hassle off your hands and get your home back to normal in a painless and timely manner.

Right After the Accident:

  1. Contact your insurance carrier.
  2. Stay clear of any damaged areas.
  3. Move furniture and valuable items to an unaffected area of your home to prevent further damage.
  4. Make a list of everything that has been damaged or destroyed for your insurance adjuster. Receipts, credit card statements, canceled checks or owner’s manuals will be very helpful. The more information you can provide, the faster an adjuster can process your claim.
  5. Don’t try to clean damaged items. If you don’t have the proper equipment, it can do more harm than good.
  6. Save your receipts for any costs that you incur due to your loss (cleaning, water extraction, etc.). Your insurance provider may reimburse you for these expenses.

After you’ve spoken with your insurance and they have approved the claim, it’s time for replacement. We have professionals who specialize in insurance and restoration claims. We are trained to work with both you, the property owner, and your insurance company, saving time for everyone involved. Typically, the workflow of an insurance and restoration claim works like this:

  1. Either you (the policyholder) or your insurance carrier contacts a flooring retailer, giving a brief on the damages that have occurred.
  2. You and the flooring retailer meet at the home to inspect damages.
  3. After inspection, a scope of work estimate is composed and presented to you and your insurance company.
  4. Once the scope of work has been approved, a work authorization is approved and the flooring retailer can begin the process of getting your home back to whole.
  5. A 50% deposit is required before work begins. The final 50% is due upon completion of your project. Typically, the homeowner will pay any insurance deductible directly to the flooring retailer.

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