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Topic: Restoration

Nia Nelson asked:

Oct 26, 2017
Oct 26, 2017

Hello Nia,

Please give us a call, 469-569-3551. We are a general contractor that specializes in storm restoration. We can handle any project, from the roof to interior repair.

Matt

Dan Vorona asked:

May 21, 2014

Gregory Brown answered:

Oct 5, 2016

I don't know but there is some mojor problem with my sewer main line. I think it is severly clogged and think that only a professional can fixed it. Which is the best trenchless sewer repairs in NJ.

John Ford asked:

Mar 7, 2014
Apr 7, 2016

I would definitely look at reviews on Angie's List and GuildQuality. With these any contractor should be licensed and fully insured. We are a fence contractor and we focus on customer service and high quality. Be sure to ask them how they ensure quality.

C E asked:

Jul 16, 2015
Jul 22, 2015

Looks like you could use help of a good plumber or handy man who knows how to work with PVC piping. It's not complicated job, but there are few technics to it. Hope it helps. 

John Ford asked:

Feb 17, 2014
Dec 10, 2014

Talk with your local tree nursery or a state university agricultural extension office.  (Iowa State University has an excellent one.)  I love willows, but if the damage is too severe, you may need to begin again.

John Ford asked:

Feb 17, 2014

Dale Haas of 123 Exteriors Inc PRO answered:

Sep 25, 2014

There are two types of people that are qualified to help in this case:

1) PUBLIC ADJUSTERS are hired by you to assess damages for the preparation of an insurance claim. If the damage is extensive or complicated, potentially running into tens of thousands of dollars requiring multiple contractors, this is your best bet.

2) RESTORATION CONTRACTORS are General Contractors that specialize in assessing damages and coordinating the actual trades of these types of restoration projects. They may or may not intrface with your insurance company depending on their business model.

Both are your advocate, but like any service person you hire, it is prudent for you to vet them thoroughly before entering into a contract. Either should offer a free no-obligation assessment prior to contract signing.

John Ford asked:

Mar 7, 2014
Aug 25, 2014

Look to see if they belong to any local organizations such as NARI.

Chris Lopez asked:

Jun 28, 2014
Jul 30, 2014

Below is a great link that can walk you through every step precisely and also gives advice on what cleaner to use!

http://www.upholsterycleaners101.com/

Chris Lopez asked:

Jun 28, 2014

Hello,

We do not work with a lot of upholstery so I'm not sure.

Thank you for asking though. 

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