We had high winds on February 12th, and I was swamped with calls, mostly a couple shingles blown off. We kept the repair cost under the cost of their insurance deductable, for a reason, either have us repair it now, or don't be wasting my time. Main concern of mine was to keep our company name good, not to cater to people trying to get an insurance check. A lot of the people thought they would get an entire new roof, for a few missing shingles, I asked them if they put a dent in their fender, do you think the insurance company is going to buy you a new car, or pay to repair the fender? That was the only way most of them could understand , and it eliminated the people who really did not care about their roof being repaired, but who really thought they would get a big check from insurance.