The Restoration Process

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The first step after being a victim of either a water, fire, or storm damage at your home or business is to get your incident stabilized and stop any additional damage. It is imperative to contact a professional restoration company that is properly licensed, insured, bonded and has years of practical experience.

Step 1- Contact the Restoration Company to respond to your emergency and assess the damage. We will work with you to develop a game plan for your project and any special needs you may have. You will also need to contact your insurance provider and file a new claim. Make sure to let them know you are working with The Restoration Company for all of your property needs.

Step 2- Our trained and friendly staff will start the removal and/or clean-up process after your disaster has occurred. This may include packing out your salvageable belongings, removal of damaged sections of your home or business, and/or removal of water or smoke damaged items. In the event of a water disaster you can expect around a 3 day dry out process to properly dry the building components.

Step 3- Once your home or business has been stabilized, we will meet with your insurance adjuster (typically on site), to review the scope of the repairs. We will work closely with you and the adjuster to ensure all damaged items are noted and included in your loss report to ensure that those items get the coverage you deserve.

Step 4- Upon an approved reconstruction estimate our trained staff will start the methodical process of restoring your home to its original condition and in most cases even better!

The Restoration company and family of companies has been servicing the Central Valley since 1980. We have a combined 80 years of experience and several thousand satisfied customers. Our family owned business takes great pride in not only being successful in business for 40 years, we also take great pride in creating good local jobs and maintaining long term employee relationships.

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