Once your property has had cleanup and mitigation completed, it’s time to put everything back. Or it may even be time to make it better. Our team is fully trained and experienced to handle all phases of your reconstruction.
You might find that this is the time to consider an upgrade for a room, deck, stairs, handrails, or some other form of remodeling including counter tops, vinyl, carpeting, wood and tile flooring, cabinets and structural changes.
Obtaining Insurance Approval – We will make sure that all work performed is approved by your adjuster and in line with insurance standards. Before we begin any repairs, we make sure that the insurance company understands and is comfortable with the scope of work being performed.
Pre-Construction Walk Through – We will walk the loss with you prior to beginning repairs to make sure that everyone agrees as to the scope of the work.
Pre-Construction Walk Through (Cont.) - Our project manager will review the estimate again before beginning the repairs to make sure that everything has been included. Timelines will be established and material selections will be made.
If additional construction is desired, we will meet with you to ask a number of questions designed to help us understand your project vision, desired time frame for completion, and budget. We will develop an outline of work scope, and establish a target budget. The cost and duration of this phase of the process will depend largely on the complexity of the project.
Construction – Our project managers will maintain communication with you throughout the project. We will be scheduling the crews and ordering and installing materials. This includes all the different trades from drywall to painting, to flooring to cabinets.
Final Walk Through – Once all deliverables for the project have been completed, a final walk through will be performed by our project manager. Upon final review of the work, we will obtain a certificate of completion and a survey requesting feedback on how our team performed. At this point, we notify the insurance adjuster to finish the claim process.