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  • Roof Process

    • Cost Saver Inspection
      We do a thorough inspection for free and document any damage we find. At the end of the inspection, we'll call in the claim to your insurance company for you.
    • Adjuster Inspection
      After a few days, an adjuster will reach out to you to schedule an inspection. Let us know the date, time, and adjuster info and we'll be there!
    • Scope of Loss
      Your insurance company will provide you a list of items they will cover.
    • Materials and Agreement
      We'll help you choose the materials and colors for your new roof. Then we'll sign some paperwork and schedule the install.
    • Install
      Your materials will be delivered and one of our crew of expert roofing specialists will replace your roof.
    • Supplementing
      Every roof we install is completed according to state and federal codes. This sometimes means we must work outside of the initial scope of loss. But don't worry, we'll work with your insurance company directly to make sure your entire roof repair or replacement is covered.
  • General

    • Do you use high quality products?
      Absolutely! Cost Saver uses Owens Corning products on all roofing jobs. Owens Corning is more than just a trusted name; they are a market leader in roofing shingles, underlayment, and components products. Our systems look better, last longer, and offer more choices to perfectly fit your project.
    • Will my project be built to state codes?
      Every time. Each Cost Saver roof is torn down to the decking system and installed to Ohio state code. We use synthetic felt, ice and water barrier, drip edge, and more to make sure your project is done right every time.
    • Will my project be covered by insurance?
      If we find storm damage on your home, we will document everything we can to show proof to your insurance company that you need the coverage you deserve!
    • What is an Owens Corning Preferred Contractor?
      Companies need to prove their expertise, quality, and integrity to become Owens Corning Preferred Roofing Contractors. Roofing contractors must have all of the necessary state licenses for working on roofs and have general liability and worker’s compensation insurance coverage. In addition, good standing with the Better Business Bureau is a must. Finally, they must complete Owens Corning’s Preferred Roofing Contractor training and pass an exam.

      Owens Corning states: “Roofing companies and contractors in our Owens Corning Roofing Contractor Network are selected for their commitment to customer service, reliability, and professional craftsmanship. Additionally, they must meet high standards and satisfy strict requirements, which include: Carrying all required state and local licenses, holding at least $1,000,000 in general liability insurance, and being screened for financial stability and customer service.