Mold, water, fire and storms can cause significant damages and each present unique challenges of their own, in addition to causing stress, instability and uncertainty for you and your family. Though each type of restoration and process is different, many of the same general phases will be followed. A thorough assessment will be conducted to determine severity and strategize a plan. If your home needs to be secured to prevent against future damage, its contents will be protected. Damaged or contaminated materials and contents will be sorted for salvageability. Items that can be saved will be deep cleaned and sanitized for future use and those that are badly damaged will be removed and discarded. Once the area has been cleaned and cleared out, reconstruction can begin. Structural components like roofing, flooring, ceilings and walls will be rebuilt and installed. Further testing may be done for environmental integrity, like air quality, to be sure your home has been restored to all standards and pre-loss condition.
Though it can be difficult to see past the trouble that’s been caused, a reconstruction project can be an opportunity to rebuild better than before. Replacing or rebuilding structural elements can offer a stronger sense of stability and a chance to improve upon what once was. New fixtures, flooring and ceilings can breathe new life into a space. We will coordinate the entire process and make sure that you are aware of all parts of the plan. Designing and communicating a clear plan of scope, finances and expectation is key to a smooth reconstruction. Our experienced team will establish a timeline and actionable plan to achieve all objectives.