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HCS is a licensed, insured and bonded general contracting and roofing company available 24/7 to assist with your home claim. Our owners have several years of experience in the insurance industry formally working as adjusters with a major insurance carrier.

We know what’s covered!

Are you unsure if you need to file a claim? We provide free consultations to advise if an insurance claim is necessary.

Already have a claim filed through your insurance company? Let us inspect your home to make sure all damages are accounted for.

Once you reach an agreement with your insurance company, our licensed and insured craftsmen will restore your home “better than before!”

We work side by side with your insurance adjuster and provide a hassle and headache free process! When you chose HCS for your repairs, your claim is not complete until you are 100% satisfied.

We are available 24/7 for emergency services and can repair any damages to your home, minor or major!


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Tips to prevent frozen pipes

13-01-2015 Donnie Morgan - avatar Donnie Morgan

Tips to prevent frozen pipes

With the freezing weather recently, we have been to several homes with broken water lines. The damages can be significant, review these tips to help protect your home this winter. Here is more from the redcross.org:   The American Red Cross provides information and suggestions onhow to prevent water pipes in the home from freezing, and how to thaw them if they dofreeze.     Why Pipe Freezing is a Problem   Water has a unique property in...

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Health issues tied to your home temperat…

20-11-2014 Donnie Morgan - avatar Donnie Morgan

Health issues tied to your home temperature.

When winter comes along, the World Health Organization (WHO) recommends indoor temperatures of at least 64 degrees, and raises that to 70 degrees for households which include infants, elderly members, or frail individuals. Inadequate insulation or an inefficient heating system makes your home feel chilly and unwelcoming. Even worse, cold temperatures inside can have a decidedly negative effect on your health. Respiratory Problems It's a simple equation. Cold interior home temperatures plus...

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5 Tips You Need To Know About Your Homeo…

31-03-2014 Donnie Morgan - avatar Donnie Morgan

5 Tips You Need To Know About Your Homeowners Insurance

The homeowners insurance policy is complex, boring and often stored away unread. Most homeowners believe once they pay their premium their home and contents are protected against any damage. Unfortunately, policies have exclusions, restrictions and sub limits that can leave you without the needed coverage. We have compiled a list of the least known areas of your homeowners policy.   1. Replacement Cost Replacement cost value or RCV refers to the valuation...

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Junk Drawer Fire Hazard

29-01-2014 Donnie Morgan - avatar Donnie Morgan

Junk Drawer Fire Hazard

Do you have a junk drawer in your home?  Like most people you probably do.  If you have loose batteries stored in the drawer, you have a potential fire hazard.  New Hampshire's Fire Marshall is warning people after a home burned down due to items in a junk drawer.  The items responsible include a 9 volt battery, paper clips, post it notes and other items stored in the drawer.  The...

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My neighbor’s insurance company is repla…

15-01-2014 Donnie Morgan - avatar Donnie Morgan

My neighbor’s insurance company is replacing their roof, but I have no damage?

I pull up to do an inspection on a home in a tightly packed neighborhood.  I notice right away several trucks and a dumpster in the neighbor’s driveway.  I also find a crew of workers on their roof and could hear the air compressor over my car. Instantly I knew why I was there.  As I ring the doorbell, the insured comes to the door and states her claim... "My...

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My tree fell on my neighbor's home.

27-12-2013 Donnie Morgan - avatar Donnie Morgan

My tree fell on my neighbor's home.

      If my tree falls on another person's property, who files an insurance claim?   As an adjuster for several years, this is a common question that I received.  There is a lot of confusion about the subject.  Your home and contents are covered by your homeowners insurance if they are damaged by a tree or branch.  The cost to remove the tree or branch is also covered.  Keep in mind that the...

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Our licensed and insured craftsmen will restore your home "better than before" !