Restore Your Home to a Like-New Condition
When it comes to insurance restoration services, you’ll want to work with a contractor who will care for every detail. The experts at Restoration-Pro can match our repairs to your existing structures for a seamless appearance.
Contact us today to get an estimate for insurance restoration services in the Gadsden, AL area.
What Can We Do For Your Home?
- Interior and exterior painting
- Demolition and site preparation
- Window, doors, and trim repairs
- Drywall and other finishing work
- Post-construction cleanup services
- Full-scale carpentry and framing work
- Roofing, siding, and other exterior work
- Complete electrical, plumbing, and HVAC work
- Cabinet, countertop, and appliance replacement
- Carpet, hardwood, tile, laminate, and luxury vinyl replacement
Our process, when followed, will assure you an exciting experience while watching your home re-created from demolition to the finishing touches.
Getting Started with Restoration
Stage 1: First Meeting. Visit your home to discuss your budget, selections, and floor plans and assess your damages.
Stage 2: Develop Specifications and Plans working with you. When we provide Plan or Interior Design services, a fee is required.
Stage 3: Proposal: When you decide to move forward, a proposal is submitted based on the Specifications and Plans.
Stage 4: Sales Agreement. We present you with an Agreement based on your specifications, which may be modified as the job progresses. An initial deposit is required at signing.
Stage 5: Pre-construction. While in the beginning stages, you will finalize some design selections while we pre-order the primary and special order materials to get started. We will provide a tentative construction schedule to keep you updated and involved in the process.
Stage 6: Foundation. The foundation stage involves clearing, grading, and constructing your home’s foundation.
Half-Way to Restoration
Stage 7: Framing. This is included in the rough-in framing of your home. Floors, walls, stairs, and the roof will be constructed with exterior sheathing and felt on the roof decking.
Stage 8: Exterior Finishes. Includes installing windows and doors, siding, masonry brick or stone. From the exterior, your house will begin to look like a home.
Stage 9: Mechanical. At this point, aspects such as wiring and plumbing will be completed and roughed in, with ductwork, pipes, and wires exposed.
Stage 10: Insulation. Gaps are sealed, and insulation is installed on the interior and exterior walls keeping outside air out and the inside temperature comfortable.
Stage 11: Interior Finishes. This is when your walls and ceilings will be covered with drywall and finish materials: interior doors and trim are installed, including shelving, cabinets, countertops, mirrors, and flooring. Finally, the plumbers and electricians will return to complete their jobs; faucets and toilets, light fixtures, and appliances will be put in place.
Final Stages of Restoration
Stage 12: Landscaping. This step identifies the beginning of the end. Your yard is formed including the hardscape consisting of the driveway, walkways, patios, and decks. Next, the irrigation, plants such as trees and shrubs, and turf are installed.
Stage 13: Pre-completion. While the landscaping is being completed, final inspections are conducted. If any issues are encountered, they are corrected before moving to the next stage. Once any remedies are made, all remaining construction materials and debris are removed, and the home is cleaned and ready for completion.
Stage 14: Occupancy. Before you occupy the home, you will do a final walk around the house and have mechanical systems and appliances explained to you. Minor issues, including paint touch-ups, can also be requested at this stage. A few days after the walk-through, the final touch-ups will be complete, and you’re ready to move in when your final payment is agreed upon.