We’ll make it like it never happened… or better!
Storms can bring high winds, hail, and heavy rain or snow that can cause unfortunate damage to your property. MN Home Improvements is ready to respond. We have three teams of storm responders located throughout the state to conduct free consultations and make quick repairs to protect your home.
Be sure to take care of repairs right away. Leaving repairs for later can cause more damage than they would have initially. Be sure to call Minnesota Home Improvements for an on-site inspection and assessment of the damage done to your home.
Some of our repair services include, Roof Wind Damage, Hail Damage, Siding and Window Damage, and more.
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Warning: Storm Chaser Alert!
If a company comes knocking at your door, they are storm chasing!
Storm chasers look to gather as much work as they can, hiring whomever they can, regardless of whether they are expert contractors or not. Most likely, these storm chasers are not from your area and haven’t been in business very long.
Typically, these storm-chasing companies have a reputation for bad workmanship, hiring non-licensed subcontractors, false representation and bad working relations with your insurance company.
If you are affected by storm damage, you have a minimum of one year to properly plan the remodeling of your largest investment. PLEASE DO NOT RUSH IT. If you’ve already signed a contract, you have 72 hours to cancel by simply calling them and sending the cancelled copy of the contract back to them.
What Can I Expect?
Dealing with an insurance claim is never fun, and MHI is here to help! Here’s a brief outline of our step-by-step process to ease some of your stress…
|1. A detailed inspection of the property|
|2. If damage is found, Minnesota Home Improvements will assist you in completing a “no fault” claim.|
|3. MHI will set an appointment to meet with your insurance adjuster to determine the repairs and an agreeable price for the repairs.|
|4. Approximately 7-10 days later you will receive paperwork describing the approved repairs and how much funds have been allowed for them. Included with the paperwork will be an Actual Cash Value Check, which is approximately 50%-70% of the total claim amount.|
|5. Once the work is completed MHI will invoice your insurance company.|
|6. The insurance company will send a final check to you, the customer, which is to be used to make your final payment to MHI.|
|7. If the damage is a result of a natural disaster, the claim filed is a “No Fault” Claim and federal law prohibits the increase of rates as a direct result of a natural disaster claim.|
|8. Once final authorization is received, along with the appropriate down payment, MHI can begin your home improvement project or repair.|