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« on: August 12, 2020, 09:51:38 AM »

Finally got out camping for the 1st time this year over last weekend, it was great. Came back to work 1 day and been off the last 2. Ran into a bad storm on way home from work Monday and came home to no power and a huge limb on my roof. Took from 6:30 pm Monday til just before noon today to get the huge limb down off the roof. 2nd day off waiting for tree guy. He got that one down and the one that broke off and was still hanging from other branches below. He was here less than 1/2 hour, had a bobcat with a grapple bucket. Gutter on that side is trashed, and the whole west side of my roof is all sorts of dented up (metal roof) I probably have enough material to rip off and replace the whole west hip from when I initially did the roof in 09 but not sure if I want to do that or just let the insurance do it.
At the insistence of a big mouth neighbor, my wife has already called them, instead of waiting to see just what damage was under that limb like I wanted.
Since the tree guy had 92  other jobs to get to, he just got everything down to the ground and I went and bought a new chainsaw and took it from there.
Got a stihl this time. Tired of poulan and other cheap crap.

We were out of power for 27 hours straight, got back on yesterday about 6:30ish, so glad I wasn't gonna have to get up at 3:30 am and feed the generator like the night before. Others around here not very far away still in the dark as of now.
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« Reply #1 on: August 13, 2020, 04:33:58 PM »

If you ever need an extra generator, let me know.  If i'm not using it your welcome to it.

I have some roof/siding damage from the extreme winds and hail.  1/3rd of my ridge vent separated from the roof, I have water spots on my ceilings in my dining room and master bath.  I have a couple sections of siding that are broken from debris and some other sections that slid or shifted and some siding bow'd.



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« Reply #2 on: Today at 04:07:22 AM »

well after this is over I am going insurance shopping. Fark State Fraud.....  ("State Farm") 
We pay our bill, and they expect me to do teh adjusters job..... take pix and upload them, do everything online... That aint what I pay for. Get your adjuster out here!
It took from 8/11 to 8/29 to get adjuster out here.... ridiculous.
he was supposed to call me by the end of the following week, I still have not heard from him. The end of the week would have been 9/4.
I called my agent on 9/9 or 9/10, they were going to call somebody and find out. Didnt happen. I called the agent again on 9/16 and whoever I talked to was surprised I was still in teh dark, they pulled it up on their computer and started rattling off what sounded like an itemized statement, I lost track quick. supposedly a check for roughly half was mailed out 9/11 (a MONTH after the storm) and I still hadnt gotten anything.
I was told if it didn't show up by Monday 9/18 to call back. It showed up exactly that day. 
I have called a couple of guys out to evaluate and schedule my roof repairs, one was so booked, he wouldnt be able to do anything before the end of 2020. I called a 2nd one that was supposed to come for a look yesterday, still waiting.
They both said they wanted to see the letter that SF sent me/ all it said was that they dont pay for depreciation, or diminished property values, and several other things but nothing about what the check they sent WAS supposed to fix.
so yesterday I stopped by my agent. Apparently the girl I talked to was not who I talked to in my previous calls. She said "Oh no, we cannot print that info off for customers, you have to call the {1(800)- "eat $#!T"} number and get that from the claims adjuster, we cannot provide that". 

OK W T F???  You are the AGENT that REPRESENTS SF!!! Cmon now really? Someone from THIS OFFICE looked it up and rattled off what I am after over the phone to me so I know you have that info.  "well yeah but they (whoever that is) wont allow us to do that". Yet ANY SF agent anywhere can access that? MY info?  that I can't get for myself?  they want the customer to do everything online and wait...... I have a computer (obviously, that's how I am here now) but that ISN'T my JOB, nor is it what I PAY FOR! I dont want companies like this to have my Email info, sorry. I get enough spam without giving them another means, thanks....  Why does the customer ultimately have to do the work themselves that they actually pay for? They oughtta put me on payroll if I gotta do my own work......
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