Atlas Insurance Agency

Atlas Insurance Agency
Atlas Insurance Agency is listed in the Insurance category in Weymouth, Massachusetts. Displayed below are the social networks for Atlas Insurance Agency which include a Facebook page, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Atlas Insurance Agency on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 89.

Contact information for Atlas Insurance Agency is:
47 Winter St
Weymouth, MA 02188
(781) 331-9000

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From COMMERCE Insurance The recent extreme cold weather along with the projected extended periods of snow on the rooftops can create a situation causing the formation of ice dams. Below are the answers to some questions either you or your insured may have about the potential of ice dams. Q: What are ice dams? A: Ice dams are formed at the edge of roofs or gutters during the thawing and re-freezing process of snow on the roof. As continued melting occurs from the home's heat rising and warming the underside of the roof, the water runs to the cold roof edge where it refreezes. The melting and refreezing cycle causes the ice dams to grow larger and start to back up higher into the roof line. Melted snow trapped by the ice dam keeps water from draining off the edge of the roof. When this water backs up it can be forced under the shingles and cause dripping into the attic, the insulation, and possibly into the living areas. Q: Would removing snow from the roof stop an ice dam from forming? A: Ideally, removing the first three to four feet of snow from the roofline following a storm greatly reduces the risk of ice dam formation. Care must be used not to cause damage to the roof in removing the snow. A roof rake or soft bristled broom is the best method. Removing snow from a roof can create a safety hazard to a homeowner due to falling ice and snow, the use of ladders, etc. Consulting with a roofing professional is the recommended method to remove snow from a roof for the safety of the homeowner and to minimize risk of damage to the roof. Q: If there is an ice dam on the eve of the roof, will the home suffer damage? A: Not necessarily. It depends on the construction of the roof and how high the water backs up. Roofs with proper moisture barriers over the sheathing are much less likely to allow water intrusion into the home. Q: Will insurance pay for a professional to remove the snow from my roof to avoid a potential loss in the future? A: No. There is no coverage under the insurance policy for any type of preventative maintenance of the property. It is the homeowners responsibility to properly maintain their property to avoid any type of risk for loss. Q: What if water enters the home from the ice dam? Is there coverage? A: Yes. There is coverage for the resultant damage to the structure of the home (ie, insulation, walls, ceilings, etc) Additionally, we would pay a reasonable expense to remove the snow from the affected area of the roof to prevent further damage. There is no coverage for personal property (ie, items stored in the attic, pictures hanging on the wall, curtains, etc) because an ice dam is not a contents-specific peril listed in the policy. Also, If there is a condition with the construction of the roof that caused the water to enter the home, there is no coverage to rectify the situation with the roof. Q: What if the water leakage from the ice dam is continuous? Should the insured wait until the ice dam melts and the leaking stops? A: No. Please be sure all losses involving ice dams are reported as soon as possible to MAPFRE, either by calling the loss directly into our Claim Service Center 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, completing an online report or faxing us an Acord. Early notice is needed in order to help us manage the loss. Q: How will the deductible apply to continuous water damage from ice dams? A: We consider a one deductible occurrence until the snow is no longer on the roof.

IMPORTANT INFO: Please note EARTHQUAKE insurance is not automatically covered under your homeowners - you must pay an extra premium to have coverage. There may be a black-out timeframe after an earthquake before you can add it. Please contact us for additional information.

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