Jovanovich Contracting

#1 Insurance claims restoration contractor. Servicing residential and commercial property owners who incur weather related property damage. Hail, Wind, Fire and Water damage. Jovanovich Contracting specializes in processing the Insurance claim from Storm to Finish. Working with property owners Insurance company to determine scope and cost of all damages. Complete all Construction repairs of Insurance approved damages

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Gregory M.

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· Minneapolis

I can't even begin to tell folks how pleased I am with the work they performed on my windows. This was a tough job with curved stucco outside and marble inside, but they were able to keep the look of my house. The installer Tom is top notch and perfectionist. Glad he was the one doing my window w... more

Joe Z.

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· Waite Park

They promised to finish the work in three days they got the work done in that time slot.

Linda W.

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· Maplewood

I highly recommend Russell a Room Remodelers. The staff is wonderful and very accommodating. They are down to earth and professional. Customer satisfaction is their priority. My home is beautiful thanks to them.

Kim N.

Review of Legacy Restoration (Minnesota) by

· Shoreview

Windows took a long time from start to finish but the job was done great!

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