Goodman Construction is glad to be a part of a platform that advocates for both homeowners and contractors. As part of the UASRC, we just want to get work done quickly and professionally, with minimal confusion and red tape
Round Rock, TX (PRWEB) April 24, 2013
Goodman Construction has been in the business of installing, replacing, and repairing tile roofs and slate roofs all over the U.S. for over 35 years. When it comes to a hail damaged roof, storm damage, and insurance claims, Goodman is right beside you through the whole process. Since Goodman has a HAAG Engineering Certified second-generation co-owner, homeowners can rest easy in the confidence that Goodman Construction uses the same storm damage metrics and standards as the home insurance industry. "Goodman Construction is glad to be a part of a platform that advocates for both homeowners and contractors. As part of the UASRC, we just want to get work done quickly and professionally, with minimal confusion and red tape." said Paul Goodman
The UASRC was formed as a non-profit organization with the goal of inspiring positive change in the storm restoration industry. The mission of the UASRC is to promote the highest ethical standards in the restoration industry. Our Members adhere to a code of professional conduct, educate property owners about the insurance claims process, and give back to the community through outreach and charitable programs.
With over 150 years of combined experience in the roofing and restoration industry, our members look to make a positive impact on the industry by providing the best in-class service to homeowners affected by storms. The UASRC will also work closely with legislators, insurance companies, and both local and national media to improve the practices and image of the storm restoration industry.
After storms hit an area, homeowners are often approached by transient roofing companies to assist with insurance claims and repairing the damage. UASRC members will be instantly recognizable with their credentials and UASRC identification badges. As a best practice, you should look for the following to identify a legitimate roofer:
- Clearly represents their products and services, including adequate disclosures of all material terms in writing
- Provides proper information on their insurance coverage
- Openly identifies the nature, location and ownership of the business and clearly discloses all policies, guarantees and procedures relevant to the customer
- Abides by all written agreements and verbal representations
- Does not offer or agree to cover the insurance deductible
The UASRC was formed in part to give property owners the information they need to make an informed decision in regards to their storm related repairs. The UASRC Facebook page has a lot of great information in reference to the storm restoration industry. The UASRC also serves as a resource for property owners and contractors that have fallen victim to disreputable contractors, and insurance claim related issues.