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3 Processes That Make Documenting Your Work to Close the Claim Painless

OneClick Code Documenting Claims
September 18, 2021 at 6:00 a.m.

By OneClick Code. 

How OneClick Code makes it quick and easy to close roofing claims and have all the documentation to back it up. 

When it comes to documenting your work and building code enforcement, everyone has their processes. It could be a spreadsheet that becomes a word document and multiple phone calls and emails. Better yet, it could be a one-stop place where you can find the jurisdiction, building code enforcements, sales tax, manufacturer requirements, building design criteria and have all the documentation to back it up.  

Here are four ways that OneClick Code can help you document your work to close claims the first time.  

1 - Code detail summary 

If you have been using our Code product, you know that our Code PDF is a great way to get your claim paid quickly without argument. However, we have made it a bit more robust. Now including images to demonstrate the part of the roof in question, we have designed the document to speak for itself. The best part is that large insurance carriers throughout the U.S. are recognizing our reports as valid and are beginning to accept them as third-party proof.  

2 - Manufacturer requirements 

Maybe you live in a state that has state-wide adopted codes. That is amazing. But, do you know that manufacturer requirements can often trump jurisdictional building code enforcement? Manufacturers are able to set their own standards for how their product is installed that can affect the entire estimate by requiring drip edge even if the jurisdiction does not require it. With our Manufacturer Requirements PDF, you can select your shingle type and get an instant report on what is required or not by code. 

3 - Building design criteria 

This document was created with our engineers and architects in mind. Are you doing a full roof replacement that requires structural changes to the house? Was the home a part of a catastrophic weather event? Most likely if this is the case, you will need to have an engineer on board. Our Building Design Criteria document shows everything from wind speed to snow load.  

Whether you are a contractor, adjuster, engineer, or homeowner, our main goal is to eliminate friction between all parties by being the source of truth for building codes and more. We want to empower you to have the best tools at your fingertips to make your life easier, help you create accurate and defensible estimates, and save time and money on every claim for less than the price of a cup of coffee.  

Learn more about OneClick Code in their RoofersCoffeeShop® Directory or visit www.oneclickcode.com.  

 Original article source: OneClick Code



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