Say a tree fell on your roof, garage, shed, or car, and you call your insurance to let them know so they can write up a claim. Next, you’ll need to find an arborist that can properly clean up the mess.
But wouldn’t it be nice if they also communicated directly with your adjuster so that you don’t have to play messenger? Wouldn’t it be nice if they knew how to translate your policy information into the appropriate services? And if you received updates without having to call in to inquire?
What if, before they left, they protected your home from the elements by installing a temporary roof tarp?
That’s where we come in.