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RoofClaim.com Offers No-Money-Down Financing in Wake of Florida Property Insurance Crisis

By The Associated Press

ATLANTA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jun 1, 2022--

Homeowners insurance companies in the state of Florida are dropping thousands of Florida resident policyholders, and one national service technology company is offering a sound solution for residents throughout the state. According to recent reports, property-insurance problems have led to homeowners losing out on existing policies, or are faced with huge rate hikes from their property insurance companies. With hurricane season quickly approaching and the insurance market in disarray, obtaining another policy could be quite difficult for current residents.

In recent years, several property companies that offered homeowners insurance in Florida have been liquidated. More companies are opting not to renew bands of homeowner insurance policies. Others are severely tightening their policy eligibility requirements. As many insurers drop policyholders, more homeowners are left in vulnerable states, particularly because they will be looking for new insurances near the beginning of hurricane season – a season that is right at the door.

A National Service Technology Company - - is now offering in-house financing options for Florida residents in the wake of the crisis. For many homeowners, replacing a roof can create a financial hardship – especially during these critical times. If you are actively considering storm-protecting your home, or in need of a roof replacement that is difficult to afford out of pocket, consider RoofClaim.com for financing needs.

As understands the importance of roof replacements, especially when your property is at risk of further damage, they will work with you, the contractor, and their in-house financing team for those affected by the recent changes in the homeowner insurance market. They also understand not everyone has the means to pay for a roof replacement all at once. It is why an easy financing option is provided to allow clients the opportunity to pay for a new roof over time. RoofClaim.com will make the process quick and easy, and will help you get pre-qualified to find the right financing solution for you.

RoofClaim.com is an innovator in the roofing industry and will stand by your side - ensuring your roof is replaced with “No Money Down” starting June 1 st. Financing a roof can help homeowners afford the roof replacement they need to protect their home investment - offering no repayment penalties, low, fixed rates, and no upfront costs for well qualified individuals. Visit for your hassle-free and stress-free roof replacement financing solution – guaranteed!

Overall, people who may not have the means to cover roofing expenses out of pocket, but can pay for it over time can qualify for a new roofing finance. If you’re wondering how to get a roof replacement with financing through RoofClaim.com and want to learn more, visit to get prequalified in seconds. Within just a few simple steps, find out if you qualify today!

Covered by top roofing contractors in the business, RoofClaim.com is known for their remarkable customer service and high-quality workmanship - positioning itself to be the best in the roofing industry. They provide expert roof inspections, repairs, and replacements to homes and businesses alike – all the while utilizing roofing specialists that are among the top 5% of contractors across the country.

Each project is conducted with precision from start to finish - making the whole reroofing process easy and cost effective for customers, insurance partners, and business contractor networks. RoofClaim.com aims to disrupt traditional roofing standards with the right technology, data, and customer service – delivering transparency, trust, and efficiency while protecting consumers through it all. Visit to get prequalified today!

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SOURCE: RoofClaim.com

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PUB: 06/01/2022 10:00 AM/DISC: 06/01/2022 10:02 AM

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