After determining what caused the damage, temporary repairs should be made to prevent further damage to the property. All receipts should be kept so that it easier for the insurance company to provide reimbursement. Homeowners that choose to work with a contractor should be wary of providing all of the money up front or an estimate seems like it's a little too low. Extensive repairs should be made once an insurance adjuster has thoroughly examined and recorded the damage.
In regards to receipts, it is wise to keep them if relocation is necessary. The majority of insurance policies have coverage to cover living expenses in the event the home is extensively damaged as a result of a storm..
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