Reconstruction

Often dealing with water damage or mold remediation requires the demolition and removal of unsalvageable items. 

 

As in our restoration services, during the reconstruction phase we work directly with your insurance carrier to minimize your stress. We have relationships with insurance adjusters which enables us to secure the right amount of coverage needed to restore your home to your satisfaction.

 

Water damage affects:

·        Drywall

·        Insulation

·        Paint

·        Trim

·        Flooring and floor coverings

 

Drywall is made of gypsum, and is very porous, making is susceptible to water, soaking it up like a sponge. Insulation, too, will absorb water quickly and hold it in. Wood flooring and newer, engineered floors, are prone to swelling from moisture and can buckle and become saturated with major water damage. Most of the time these materials need to be removed in order to let the underlying structure dry correctly. Carpeting and padding most often needs to be replaced.

 

Mold Damage

Mold grows wherever there is moisture, poor ventilation and a food source. Many times, when material is removed from water damage, mold is discovered behind and underneath areas that have not been dried properly. In such cases the material needs to be removed and the remaining structure such as studs and concrete treated.

 

Fire Damage

Fire damage usually requires structural rebuilding as well as electrical and plumbing repairs. We have an experienced team that will be able to ease your anxiety and guide you through the rebuilding process.

 

Should your home require reconstruction after work done due to water, mold or fire damage, rest assured that our trained and IICRC certified technicians have the expertise to guide you through the process and repair your home.

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