excuse me sir, but … (and i say this with all due respect)
whomever told you this, is a liar.
and you spreading this false information makes you just as bad.[/quote]
Actually as a former adjuster for 5 years for SF I can confirm what he has said about the one year. I am from Tulsa like you and the reason Tulsa and most of Oklahoma and surrounding states are not like this is they are some of the most hail prone areas in the country. So the local roofing contractors in those areas are set up to handle a much higher volume of business due to the frequency of hail events. And yes the minimum that you have to file a claim is 1 year and in 13 states you have two years. Nationwide is the first to try to get around this by writing into their new policies that homeowners only have 6 months to file a claim for a wind/hail event. This is easy to get around though with a simple call to the local insurance commission. I have never posted on here but this post caused me to join the site to dispute some of the ridiculous things being said on here by people who obviously do not fully understand what they are speaking about. This is a good industry if done right, but unfortunately it is not hard to get into so there are a good amount of scumbags but their companies never last. There are many ways to honor your warranties and if you work for a storm company that has kept the same business name for 5 or so years (documented) then they are probably doing everything above the table. If they operate under multiple name in multiple states then you should probably look elsewhere. As long as you give good customer service it is quite easy to build referrals.