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Helpful tips and information on property restoration.

We love helping others and sharing our restoration knowledge. The more informed the community, the better prepared it is to handle disasters. With 70+ years of combined experience in the construction and restoration industry, we have lots of tips and helpful information that every consumer should know when dealing with any type of restoration work. 

Below, you’ll find helpful instructions to help you deal with the aftermath of disaster. Since we’re experts on fire damage, water damage, and everything in between, we’re qualified to offer relevant and trustworthy advice. If you have restoration needs, stay calm and take a look at the advice below. Our experts are here to help.

Did you experience fire or water damage and need estimation for an insurance claim?

Do you need hands-on help right away? As a leader in the industry and an experienced restoration contractor, Dryman Restoration has the knowledge and skills to restore your property after a disaster. We handle fire damage, water damage, storm damage, and much more. Our full-service team can take care of all of your restoration needs from start to finish. We can also review the repairs that your property needs so that you can file the most accurate insurance claim possible. Whether you own a residential or commercial property, our team has you covered. Some projects are too big for a how-to internet guide. If you’re dealing with one of those projects, give us a call now. Otherwise, feel free to have a look around.

 

Four Steps to Expect From Your Roof Repair Company

Four Steps to Expect From Your Roof Repair Company

Home ownership is a milestone that many people look forward to. It’s your own piece of the pie and you can do with it what you like. Unfortunately, ownership also means completing all maintenance and repairs. One of the most common areas of your home that will need...

A Beginner’s Guide to Repairing Storm Damage

A Beginner’s Guide to Repairing Storm Damage

While a little preparation can go a long way, inclement weather can’t always be predicted. There are a lot of things that homeowners can do ahead of a storm front that will do a lot of good. Unfortunately, it’s sometimes not enough. When you are returning home to a...

Handling An Industrial Cleanup During COVID-19

While industrial cleanup projects traditionally involved daily or nightly cleaning, this is no longer sufficient in the age of COVID-19/novel coronavirus. Currently, it is the responsibility of all businesses to take additional steps to prevent the spread of such a...

What Is Historical Renovation & How Does It Work?

What Is Historical Renovation & How Does It Work?

There's a lot to be said for buying a modern home, but purchasing a historically significant or vintage design property can be an interesting experience. Many home buyers fail to consider what it takes to own an older home. The process of undertaking a historical...

A Beginner’s Guide to Roof Repair

A Beginner’s Guide to Roof Repair

If you own a home, there’s always something that can be done to improve your property. Some of these activities are small, quick, do-it-yourself projects that can be completed at your leisure. Others, like problems with your roof, need to be addressed quickly by...

Understanding the Post-Storm Water Restoration Process

Understanding the Post-Storm Water Restoration Process

Preparing your home ahead of an inclement weather event can only go so far. Weather is incredibly unpredictable and it’s important to understand that you aren’t alone in the aftermath of a severe storm. In today’s blog, we’ll take a look at what every homeowner should...

Utilizing Technology to Ensure Project Success

Technology is a BIG DEAL around here. Dryman Construction Group utilizes state of the art technology in order to better serve their customers. This technology allows for streamlined communication, accurate pricing, and the timely completion of every project.

What To Do After an Insurance Loss

Keeping this emergency restoration checklist in mind will make the entire restoration process much smoother for you and your chosen contractor. These are the steps we recommend for your Emergency Restoration Checklist, taking you from mitigation to filing a claim.

Preferred Vendor vs. Independent Contractor

Preferred vendors have a loyalty to the insurance company. Their goal is to reduce costs for the insurance company. You absolutely have the right to choose your own restoration contractor and they can still provide everything your insurance company needs.

How to Choose the Right Restoration Contractor

Most of the time, your insurance company will suggest a restoration contractor that follows their protocols, they might even be on a “Preferred Vendor List.” You should know that you do have the option of seeking out and choosing your own restoration specialist. This checklist will help you with that process.

Water Damage Do’s and Dont’s

Water intrusion and flooding often causes the need for water damage restoration services. The following tips on how to minimize the need for water damage restoration are from the National Institute of Disaster Restoration. Please remember, not all of these tips will apply to your specific situation, but are a good starting point.

The Most Frequently Asked Questions About Insurance Claims

What if I can’t live in my home? When will someone come to inspect my damages? This general list of common questions people ask after a loss when they are dealing with an insurance company or adjuster might be helpful for you.

Helpful Links to Emergency and Disaster Resources 

We have compiled a generous list of government and state resources that can be helpful to you and your family after experiencing a loss.  This list includes American Red Cross, Federal Housing Administration, Salvation Army, etc.