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Working with CAB Construction will be an educational experience. Upon completion of work you will have a greater understanding of the materials and quality of installations that we provide. We believe an educated customer will feel the most confident, knowledgeable, and comfortable when they are fully aware to the details of their home’s project.
We are your ally throughout the claims process. Having a representative of CAB Construction supporting you throughout the claims process assures you that a trained professional is working on your behalf not only for appropriate compensation, but as a facilitator of the claims process. We handle nearly everything once the claim is filed, reducing your headache and freeing up your time! This is our thank you for the opportunity to earn your business.
CAB Construction is fully licensed, insured and certified. Working with CAB couldn’t be easier. CAB promises all of our clients the most professional experience from start to finish. With quality in mind, CAB strives to make you whole again.
CAB makes the entire claim process as easy as possible for our clients. With a few steps, you will be on your way to a pre-storm home.
1. Choose CAB Construction as your quality, local contractor.
2. Contact your CAB Field Rep. with the time and date of the incident. Also forward your insurance adjuster’s phone number and you’re on your way.
3. Be home when your adjuster and CAB Field Rep. meet at your home. If you have any concerns, please address them with your Field Rep. at this time.
4. Give a copy of your insurance scope of loss to your CAB Field Rep.
5. When you receive your insurance check, have it endorsed by the appropriate parties. Avoid depositing the check into a personal account as this tends to slow down the claim process. Instead, hold on to your check.
6. Call your CAB Field Rep. and let them know your check has arrived. They will then guide you through the rest of the insurance process. Making the entire process as easy and painless as possible.
CAB uses the same computer programs the insurance companies use in determining losses on your home or business. This allows CAB to start your process quickly by knowing the outcome of your claim. CAB also works very closely with all the major insurance companies. At CAB we think like the insurance companies do, making sure that the repairs of your roof, siding, gutters will never be more than your insurance deductible.
Getting a FREE INSPECTION couldn’t be easier. Just use our Free Inspection Quick Contact Form located on every page of our Web Site to get the process rolling. Enter your name, email address and phone number, and a CAB Representative will be in contact with you to schedule an appointment. You may also call us directly at 1.844.781.7117, or email us any time at email@example.com. After an appointment is scheduled a CAB Representative. will meet you at your home to walk you through the rest of the process.
CAB Construction uses only quality products on our clients homes. From shingles to nails, we stand behind every product we use. Ask your CAB CAB Representative. for more information on the products we will use on your home.
Our installations are backed by or exclusive CAB Construction Warranty. Warranties may vary by product, but your CAB Field CAB Representative. will inform and go over your warranty in all of our installations.
CAB Construction is committed to making you whole again, and even though every job is different, CAB begins the moment you call us by starting the insurance process. Most jobs can be completed within two weeks of receiving payment, but more likely before then. Most home roofs are usually done in a days time. Ask your Field Representative how long the estimated time of completion is on your specific project.
No, CAB Construction is a no longer on Angie’s list. But we still are a member of the Better Business Bureau. We invite you to read and share your comments and thoughts with these agencies.
An ice dam is a ridge of ice that forms at the edge of a roof and prevents melting snow (water) from draining off the roof. The water that backs up behind the dam can leak into a home and cause damage to walls, ceilings, insulation, and other areas.