DAMAGE RESTORATION SERVICES
WE ARE ON YOUR SIDE
Our team has the experience to work directly with your insurance company to ensure that you receive a fair settlement. Far too often do we see insurance adjusters quoting prices that are not equal to the work or quality of work the client needs. We strive to achieve the greatest outcome for you. We work alongside your insurance provider to assess the scope of work, quote for the price your location demands for labor and materials, and ensure your home’s value is in tack when this is over.
OUR FILING PROCESS
REAL EXPERTS TO ASSIST WITH YOUR INSURANCE CLAIM
INSPECTION OF DAMAGE
Anticipating what is lingering behind the walls from damage is very important, therefore a Real Renos representative will come to the damaged site and assess the situation. From there we will write up a proposal with labor and material costs so that we ensure your fixtures are replaced in like kind, as well as your floors and walls.
DEVELOPMENT OF PROPOSAL
Upon reviewing the damage, our team will work on a proposal to submit to your insurance company. The proposal will be used as a reference for your insurance company and will often be disputed to reach an agreed to settlement by all parties.
REVIEW OF SETTLEMENT
Upon receiving a settlement check, our team will consult as to accept the payment or continue to dispute the settlement to achieve better coverage of damaged items.
RESIDENTIAL DAMAGE RESTORATION SERVICES
One of the most common causes of damage in New York City, yet many insurance reps tend to undervalue the costs associated with a restoration, as nation wide average costs are not sufficient to cover incurred costs in New York City, Brooklyn or New Jersey.
Fire damage tends to have some of the worst effects on your home. Often times replacing simply what is on the surface can leave behind strong odors that are penetrated into your floors and walls.
Removing mold tends to be a fairly standard process. Tests and remediation occur until a negative air sample can be taken. However, getting to the actual source of the problem is much more important to avoid further mold from growing in the future.
Odors can arise from many different sources, understanding the source and properly sealing or removing the source can be a process that most companies will bill by trial and error.
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