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If your claim amount is under, or not significantly more than your deductable, you’ll probably save money in the long run by not reporting your loss. Why? Most insurance companies will raise your rates after an incident.
Note: For many homeowners turning in an insurance claim is a first time experience which can be accompanied by uncertainty, anxiety, and many questions. We are here to answer as many of these as we possibly in your time of need.
Mitigation and remediation are the processes used to clean up, dry down, and remove damages caused by floods, sewage etc. Each type of loss requires special training, its own equipment, and its own set of processes in order to eliminate the damages and restore property to “as-new” condition.
Most drying equipment is loud, but it is mostly white noise from industrial fans.
For best and fastest results yes — leaving these fans on is essential. If you turn them off at night it will add days to the drying process so leaving them on is best. If you need some quiet please call and let us know, we are happy to work with you and we completely understand.
Our industrial fans pull a lot of power. Your bill is going to spike upwards. If you turn in a claim to your insurance provider simply send the large bill to your adjuster with copies of 3 prior months bills so that they can see what you normally pay. They will reimburse you for the additional cost.
Ask your adjuster who your deductable should go to. Sometimes it goes to the insurance company, other times it goes to contractor. In many cases we’ll be instructed by your insurance company to collect it.
We will contact your adjuster and let them know. Your adjuster will let you know what their companies process is. In most cases you will be reimbursed reasonable additional living expenses
If you only have one bathroom then we will let your adjuster know that you need to be relocated temporarily during the process.
We will contact your adjuster and let them know that you need to be temporarily relocated during the process.
For small restoration jobs we can let you know when we see your property. For larger jobs the answer is in three-parts: