The Next Phase Edge
Storm Damage and Complex Insurance Claims
We specialize in complex claims with our proven multi-faceted approach, and we’re continuously evolving with the world of commercial roof insurance claims and damage restoration.
We inspect your property thoroughly, looking for damage and evidence related to a major storm. Our inspectors go beyond the roof. We inspect your entire exterior property for damages, inspecting for chipped surfaces, dents, cracks, leaks, and more. Our professional inspectors have the experience to identify the damage and recommend the best options for your property. We take pride in providing the most comprehensive analysis of your property in the industry.
Qualified, Experienced, Professional
From Claims to Completion
We provide the construction knowledge necessary to help secure insurance coverage for your building’s damage. We have extensive experience working with customers who have made claims with some of the largest insurance providers in North America. We are experts in the processes and procedures required to successfully equip our clients with the tools they need to navigate their claims.
Doing business throughout Oklahoma, we hold and maintain Oklahoma’s rigorous licensing and insurance requirements to ensure our clients’ interests are protected from the moment we step foot on their property. We believe strongly in using performance and payment bonds on our projects to add an additional layer of assurance to our customers.
One Quote, One Bill, One Company.
We make it easy for you. By providing one quote, one bill and one company to interface with, we provide you with the construction knowledge necessary to understand your claim and get the work done.
We approach jobs differently than other roofing companies. From the initial contact to the final inspection, we focus on total customer satisfaction, safety, and property protection.
Phase 1 of every successful project begins with a complete and thorough definition of the project, its unique details, and obstacles—these aid in building a Scope of Work related to all aspects of the job. Then, we break down the project scope into tasks, which helps define each step to complete the project.
Next Phase will perform an in-depth review of the call-outs, requirements, and data, which will drive the project’s cost. We will present any recommendations or deviation of plans and offer a bid package with cut sheets and a detailed timeline.
A project is authorized during the initiation phase of a project. Sometimes this is a formal authorization, and sometimes it is a relatively informal procedure. A meeting is arranged between the Client, Contractor, and Project Manager to provide a complete description of the project, including timeline, specifications, contract, and schedules.
During the planning phase, the project team develops a comprehensive project plan that consists of several elements. The comprehensiveness of the project plan will depend upon the complexity and duration of the project. The project plan for smaller projects may be relatively brief. It is essential to match the amount of planning to the complexity of a project.
The execution phase is where we put our plan into action. We’ve established what work is to be done, who is to do it, and when they are to do it. As the client, you have chosen materials and specifications involved in your restoration.
On projects which call for draw requests or progress billing to insurance carriers, we utilize the American Institute of Architects billing forms known as the AIA 702 and AIA 703. The Capital Recovery portion of our project managers can sometimes begin immediately, and other projects may not occur until it has been completed.
As the actual project work is accomplished, we will be comparing it to our planned work. This is what the review phase is all about: comparing actual to planned work. When the two are the same or relatively the same, we will be satisfied with the results, but if the results vary too greatly, it is time to investigate why.
The Evaluation stage of our commercial project PLAN encompasses a company walk-through with subs and supervisors. A final customer walk-through and punch list zeroed out, activation of product warranties, and final documents package prepared for the client.
Once we've executed the entire project plan and produced the project deliverables, it is time to close the project with our client. During this phase of the project, there are a few items that need to be accomplished. First, our customer needs to accept the project deliverables such as warranty paperwork, final invoice (if required), and lien waivers.
I would recommend Next Phase Roofing for anyone that has roofing needs, period. Their workmanship, their attention to detail, their customer service ... everybody involved in the whole process was just so kind and so accommodating and easy to work with. We wish we had more issues so they could come back.
— Dixie Purdy, Superintendent, Guymon Schools
I've worked with a lot of contractors in the school business and, and [Next Phase] was right at the top of all levels. Once we moved into the contract with them, they had supplies ordered, boots on the ground, and they were working adequately and sufficiently to make sure that we can get this done in a timely manner.
— Cody Simmons, Waurika Public Schools
We had an evening where we had a massive hailstorm and it really damaged the steel roof. So we started calling companies and we heard good things about Next Phase because they did the school in Monroe and did a tremendous job. We're already feeling the results of our bills not being as high.
— Dr. Don Laughlin, Springhill Baptist Church