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Question DetailsAsked on 12/17/2015

Should I sign contract with a well-known remodeling company to represent our insurance claim for new roof

Several days ago, I called a well-known Remodeling company for an estimate for a new roof. Two men came, one was the owner. They both inspected the roof and I was told there was a lot of wind damage. They said they could meet with our insurance adjuster and were almost certain the insurance company would pay for a new roof based on the extent of the damage. I was given a contract to sign and a number to call. They were very insistent and that I should call right away. I was told to say the roof is 15 years old (it is (older). I do not want to lie to the insurance company. I have not yet signed the contract or called my insurance. I have researched the company and they have good reviews and an A rating with the BBB. I would appreciate hearing from others who have had similar experiences or have completed this type of insurance claim and their outcomes. Thank you.

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