At United Restoration, Inc. we want to ensure that your water damage, fire damage, or any other damage you may have is taken care of quickly and, most importantly, properly. We have been working in the residential industry for over 35 years and fully understand residential construction, which is important when understanding the process on how to dry and reconstruct your home. Examples of questions to ask before addressing residential water damage are:
- Were exterior insulated walls affected?
- What type of insulation is in the crawlspace?
- Is there a crawlspace or is the house on a concrete slab?
- Is the ductwork on the floor of the house and is the ductwork wet?
- What materials are the ductwork made out of and does it need replaced or cleaned?
- How long were the materials wet?
- What type of water caused the damage, clean or dirty?
These are just a handful of the hundreds of scenarios you may have when experiencing water damage, and our knowledge allows us to properly dry your property whether you have damage to a single family home, townhouse or condo.
In order to be even more full service, we have created a full show room displaying selections for:
- Cabinetry – Wellborn, Yorktowne, Wolf Designer, Wolf Classic, Aristokraft
- Counters – Granite, Quartz, Laminate, Butcher Block
- Appliances – Kitchenaid, Whirlpool, Amana
- Flooring – Carpet, Tile, Wood, Coretec
- And much more!
We have designers on staff who will help design your kitchen products with whatever type of quality, style, and budget you are looking for. Ever since we built our new showroom, the insurance product selections have become a very smooth process, which could have potentially been difficult, confusing and time consuming. We work with our customers to ensure they are in budget or that the insurance company covers what they need to satisfy the owners. If an owner wants to use the insurance budget towards upgrades we can do that too! Whether you are a current customer or just browsing, feel free to stop by to check out our beautiful showroom!