How do EQC and Insurers accurately assess roof damage without going into the roof cavity or go on the actual roof itself?

How do EQC and Insurers accurately assess roof damage without going into the roof cavity or go on the actual roof itself?

Asked: 11 January 2015

Category: Independent reports, Repairs

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EQC

28 January 2015
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IAG

28 January 2015
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Lumley

16 December 2015

Lumley advises:

Lumley and its contractors visually look for evidence of displaced tiles, uneven ridge lines consistent with earthquake damage to the rest of the building, leaks,  etc.  Any of these items would trigger the need to undertake a closer inspection.

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Southern Response

28 January 2015
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Tower

28 January 2015
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