TPA & Consulting

Third Party Administrators (TPA)

Elite Roofing and Consulting provides roofing services for Property Managers, General Contractors, Mitigation Firms and virtually all Insurance Companies including Liberty Mutual, Safeco, Travelers, Chubb, Farmers, State Farm, Sedgwick Repair Solutions, Contractor Connection, and many more.

 

Elite Roofing and Consulting ensures a seamless process for Third Party Administrators

  • Prompt response time to the insured
  • Pro-active project follow-up with the TPA and/or General Contractor and Insured
  • Proficient in estimating projects through Xactimate, including photos
  • Diligent on keeping a clean and safe worksite on every project
  • Companywide  focus on achieving world-class customer service
  • Warranties backed by the Manufacturer, and our 5 year workmanship guarantee

 

Whether you need a professional roofing repair, roof replacement, or roof consultant for an insurance claim, underwriting requirements, real estate transaction, independent third party inspection, or for peace of mind – you can depend on Elite Roofing and Consulting to give you an honest evaluation after a thorough inspection of the interior and exterior factors.

 

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What is HAAG Certification?

The Haag Certified Inspector (HCI) courses are Haag’s premier comprehensive training programs. These intensive Certification Programs are designed for intermediate level professionals, combining damage assessment training and testing.

Whether you need a professional roof consultant for an insurance claim, underwriting requirements, real estate transaction, independent third party inspection, expert witness, or for peace of mind – you can depend on Elite Roofing and Consulting to give you an honest evaluation after a thorough inspection of interior and exterior factors.

Helping to Identify Small Problems Before They Become Big

Professional roof inspection Dallas TX from Elite Roofing and Consulting can greatly extend the life of a roof system and will prevent a sound roof from needlessly being replaced. Conditions such as material shrinkage, heavy foot traffic, loss of adhesion, open flashings, punctures and faulty installation can be located before serious damage is absorbed.

Our analysis begins by locating the points of moisture entry and marking those areas of roofing where moisture has been present due to leakage. When a leak occurs, a residual amount of moisture always remains beneath the otherwise dry roof surface. Internal moisture within the roof system remains almost indefinitely after leaks occur.

With our specialized equipment we can accurately locate even very small areas where leaks have originated. Once the moisture affected areas are identified, the points of entry can be identified and repaired. All our reports include recommendations of where to repair, how to repair, or if necessary recommend replacing the roof.

An additional benefit of our roof moisture survey is that the roof’s overall condition is assessed. If the roof contains large areas of trapped moisture, roof moisture surveys determine if the roof should be repaired or replaced. If replacement is necessary, the amount of “tear-off” of wet roofing is minimized.

 

What Does My Detailed Inspection Include?

Our expert team of Haag certified roof inspectors combine years of experience with state of the art technology – including the use of infrared cameras and non-invasive moisture detection equipment to give you the most accurate results available.

Our inspections include checking for:

  • Hail and Wind Damage
  • Mechanical Damage
  • Structural Damage
  • Deterioration
  • Manufacturer Defects
  • Incorrect Installation Methods
  • Moisture Infiltration
  • Mold and Algae
  • Drainage Issues
  • Attic Conditions
  • Corrosion
  • Water Leaks and Staining
  • Secure, Missing, Buckling or Curled shingles
  • Skylight Flashings
  • Chimney Flashings
  • Wall and Curb Flashings
  • Ventilation
  • Blisters
  • Membrane Tears and Punctures, Open Seams and Separation
  • Tenting
  • Condensation from HVAC equipment