COMMERCIAL PROPERTY DAMAGE REPAIR SERVICES
CRC has you covered whether you need some minor patching or a major rebuild for your commercial property. As a general contractor specialized in property damage, our team is highly skilled in handling both interior and exterior repairs needed because of water, fire, mold, or storm damage. We also have great working relationships with many insurance companies, and are very familiar with the commercial property damage claims process. Our goal is to help you resume your business operations as soon as possible and provide you with a safe work environment. No matter when or where you need our help, our team is ready and available to serve you.
What to expect during the reconstruction process.
If your property has suffered some serious damage from a natural disaster or other unforeseen catastrophe, here’s a general idea of what to expect: We'll assess the damage, work with your insurance company to determine what’s covered, and start planning the reconstruction process. Depending on the extent of the damage, this could take a while, so patience will definitely be a virtue here. Overall, the property damage reconstruction process involves a lot of planning, coordination, and attention to detail. By following these stages, we can ensure that the work is completed efficiently, safely, and to the satisfaction of the property owner.
The first stage is to conduct an initial assessment of the property damage. This involves examining the damage and determining the scope of work required to repair it. During this stage, the contractor will also identify any potential safety hazards on the site and take steps to mitigate them.
After the initial assessment, the we will create a detailed plan for the repair work. This plan will include an estimate of the time and cost required to complete the work, as well as a detailed breakdown of the materials and labor needed.
Depending on the extent of the damage, we may need to obtain permits and approvals from local building departments or other regulatory bodies. This stage can take some time and may require additional documentation or inspections.
Once all necessary approvals have been obtained, the contractor will begin the demolition and clean-up stage. This involves removing any damaged materials and debris from the site and preparing the area for reconstruction. This phase may also involve environmental testing or air quality checks to ensure that the property is safe for occupation.
The reconstruction stage is where the majority of the work takes place. This involves rebuilding damaged areas and installing new materials, such as drywall, flooring, and fixtures. We will closely follow the plan created in the planning and estimating stage to ensure that the work is completed on time and within budget.
Once the work is complete, the we will conduct a final inspection to ensure that all work has been completed to the required standards. This inspection may involve a third-party inspector to provide an unbiased evaluation of the work.
Once the final inspection is complete, we will conduct a final walk-through with the property owner to ensure they are satisfied with the work and that any remaining concerns are addressed.
What People Say About CRC.
CRC Team was very professional throughout the process. Communicated effectively. Was on time and did a fabulous job! Very helpful and kept a good attitude throughout this sometimes difficult situation. I appreciate their fast and efficient work. Great customer service.
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