Freeze Damage

Property Freeze Damage Claim Adjusters

We Handle Your Property Damage Claims

One of the most frustrating things you can encounter as a property owner is property damage. Whether it’s a residential or commercial property, damages caused by extreme weather conditions, natural disasters, and other outside factors are never welcome. It can take a lot of time and effort to file a claim, get insurance coverage and restore the property. But you’re in luck – we’re here to help you!

When experiencing freeze damage to your property, you can leave the claim filing in our hands. Our team of public adjusters is here to handle the entire claim process and help you get the exact amount that you’re owed. We know that restoration can be expensive, so you deserve to get the appropriate compensation from your insurance company – we’ll make sure of it. So, get in touch and let us help!

What Is Freeze Damage and How Does It Occur?

Freeze damage refers to the damage caused to a property as a result of freezing temperatures. This can include damage to pipes, roofs, foundations, and other structures or systems within a property.

When the water in pipes freezes, it expands and can cause the pipes to crack or burst, which can lead to flooding and water damage. Damage to the roof can occur when ice and snow accumulate and cause the structure to sag or collapse. In addition, freezing temperatures can cause the ground to shift, leading to cracks in the foundation or other structural damage

We’ll File Your Weather-Related Insurance Claims

Whenever you find yourself faced with the challenge of your property being struck by damage, we’re here to help you over that hurdle. Our public adjusters can take care of all types of property damage claims, including freeze damage. 

What this means is that you can leave your freeze damage claim in our hands and rely on us to handle it. As we’ve been in the industry for over a decade, we’ve successfully handled countless insurance claims. Our claims adjusters used to work with insurance companies, so we know both sides of the industry. This allows us to get the maximum possible insurance coverage for our customers, thanks to our expertise and resources. We won’t let your insurer lowball you – we work for you, not your insurance company.

How Does Our Claims Process Work?

Which parts of the property damage insurance claims process do we handle? The answer is simple – all of them! When you work with Elite Resolutions, you don’t have to worry about anything related to your insurance claim; we do it all!

  • Damage Assessment: Our adjusters visit your property to conduct an inspection and estimate the damages. We document all the evidence and estimate the necessary repairs. 
  • Claim Filing: We collect all the documents and file your insurance claim. Throughout the entire process, all the communication with your insurer goes through us. We also attend any and all inspections.
  • Settlement: Leave the negotiations to us! We make sure that you’re getting the compensation that’s rightfully yours and that you’re not settling for less.

So, when dealing with a property freeze damage claim, we’re in your corner, and we’re here to ensure you’re satisfied with the outcome.

Contact Us to Get the

Insurance Coverage You Deserve

Our number one goal is to help you get your property back to normal in no time. The way to do that is by getting the maximum insurance coverage possible. You don’t have to lift a finger – we’ll take care of it all. Elite Resolutions is by your side during the entire process, no matter how complex things get. So, let us handle your property freeze damage claim.


How to Know if You Have Freeze Damage?

How will you know if it’s time to file a freezing damage claim? There are several signs that may indicate that your property has freeze damage. Some common signs include:

  • Broken or frozen pipes: If one or more of the pipes are broken, or if they are frozen solid, it’s a good indication that they have been damaged by freezing temperatures.
  • Leaks: If you notice water leaks on your property, it may signal that pipes have burst or cracked.
  • No water flow: If you turn on a faucet and no water comes out, it’s likely that the pipe leading to that fixture is frozen, stopping the water from flowing.
  • Stains on the walls or ceilings: If you notice stains on the walls or ceilings, it may be a sign that a pipe has burst or a roof is leaking.
  • Cracks in the foundation or walls: Cracks in the foundation or walls could indicate that the ground has shifted due to freezing temperatures, causing structural damage.

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