Tips on How to Document the Restoration Process

//Tips on How to Document the Restoration Process

It’s impossible to predict when your property might fall victim to damage but when it does, it can put a burden on anyone. After your property is damaged by a storm, fire, mold, water, or by any other cause you need to make sure you get a head start on documenting everything so your home can get restores to normal. At Tri County Restoration, Inc., our expert restoration contractors can help you restore your home and get back to the way it was before the damage We’ll also work hard to make sure the insurance process is simple and to the point. We know that filing claims can be stressful and confusing, but it does not need to be. You are already going through a difficult time, the least we can do is help out in any way possible. One of the most important parts of the process, if not the most important part, of restoring your property after this type of damage is recording the process. When you properly record the process you cannot be given less than the original look and function of your home before the damage.


First things first, you’ll need to be able to give your insurance company all of the proof of the damage and all of the work that’s been done to put your house back together. Without this information, there is no guarantee that you will get the reimbursement you deserve. The best advice we can give is for you to start immediately. The insurance claim filing process is a stressful one but to make it go smoothly without any additional stressors is to get started as soon as you notice something is off. The more documentation you can gather early on the better. Without this documentation, the insurance company will not be able to determine how the damage occurred, what type of services are needed to fix the damage, and how much the insurance company should do for you as far as assistance goes. Getting tons of proof, even if it is too much, is perfectly fine and will give you the best-case scenario. Without proof of the damage, filing an insurance claim will be very difficult and frustrating. Our insurance claim specialists will begin taking a record of the damage as soon we arrive on-site, helping the process move along much quicker. We will also help communicate with your insurance company for a better turnout.


Whether or not you have the help of our team of experts you need to make sure you are keeping track of every detail that has to do with the case. Along with that, make sure that you are taking notes every time you and the insurance company are in communication, hold onto all of the documents related to the damage and the claim, and keep track of everything that is damaged and needs to be fixed. Doing these three things will make all of the difference in the world when it comes time for the insurance company to reimburse you for all of the costs of fixing the damages. Without this documentation and proof of communication, it can be easy for your claim to get lost among the others. It’s best to make sure this does not happen to you, as you deserve everything the insurance company is supposed to be giving you. Even after the claim is dealt with efficiently and you are satisfied, still, hold onto all the evidence just in case anything comes up in the future.


With Tri-County Restoration, Inc. on your side, you will feel the pressure of the damage done to your home ease off a bit. We will do everything in our power to help with the claim so you get the most out of the insurance company. We also will give you an accurate evaluation of the damage so you know how to best communicate it with the insurance company. With a team as skilled as ours on your side you simply cannot lose. If you have been suffering from damage done to your home then its time to give us a call and let us help you. We can be reached by phone at (888) 906-0188.

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