A journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step. That's why it's so important to start in the right direction. From assistance with insurance, government and FEMA claims to the estimating, planning and scheduling of your services, Tidal Restorations will be much more than just your restoration contractor. We become partners with our clients, with one common goal: to get you back to where you were before disaster struck.
We understand the shock people go through during and after an event. We empathize with our clients, and have the experience and know-how to get things moving with minimal delay. It's what separates us from the competition. At Tidal Restorations, you enjoy a much more personal and one-to-one experience.
At Tidal Restorations, we love the word "focus." We focus on your needs, and then stay focused on our goals. And while many restorative companies also include cleanup and remediation services, Tidal restoration focuses primarily on two things: the contracting experience you need to get the rebuilding process started, and the paperwork and claims strategies our clients need to help ensure nothing is overlooked.
We also know how important the recovery process is to our clients and take extra time to stay in communication about details, schedules and updates. After all, we're partners. We want you to be fully restored as much as you want to be. Call us or email us today and tell us your story. We'll listen closely, and help formulate a plan that will get you back to normal as soon as possible.
Why work with a Restoration Contractor?
A restoration contractor is much different from a general contractor. General contractors usually spend their time building new construction, most of the time with a "clean slate" from which to work. Restoration contractors, on the other hand, must approach a job differently, having to take into consideration hidden damages, uncertain structural integrity, and more - including having to re-build as opposed to build. Think of the difference replacing the engine in your car compared to the factory putting it in new on the assembly line.
Understanding Insurance Claims and Forms.
Another reason to hire a Restoration Contractor versus a General Contractor is their experience with insurance companies and government assistance programs like FEMA. General contractors usually have little to no experience with these agencies. Missing so much as one line on a form - or not filing the proper paperwork in a timely manner can cause major delays or even refusals from insurance companies and government agencies. Tidal Restorations can help show you the best way to file all associated claims.