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RebuildEx

Established in 1980 RebuildEx is a restoration contractor specializing in helping residential and commercial property owners rebuild from damages caused by disasters of all kinds (water, fire, wind, and other). From 24/7/365 emergency response services to complete reconstruction projects, we have any outstanding reputation for delivering superior quality results under challenging circumstances on a timely basis.

Company owner, Buz Artiano, has specialized in the insurance restoration field for more than 25 years and is a highly-accomplished industry professional. As a member of the National Association of Home Builders, Mr. Artiano has designed and constructed over 450 new single-family homes, 60 condominiums and countless disaster rebuilding projects ($2,000 to $2M) during his remarkable career.

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