While dealing with water, mold or fire damage can be a stressful situation, IRS has years of experience behind us to deal with your situation for you. However, we also find it helpful for homeowners to have some working knowledge of potential problems, and how we are going to deal with them. While all these answers depend highly on each job’s unique situation and the type of work being done, an experienced company, like IRS, will be able to give you the info you need in order to stay informed throughout the process.
What is the time frame and how much is this going to cost me? One of the first things that will happen after assessing the situation is determining the Scope of Work. This simply is a breakdown of everything that will be entailed in your job and how long everything will take from start to finish. Alongside sketches of the layout of the property and photos of the damage, our skilled estimators will produce a highly-accurate estimate to be submitted to insurance (or yourself, if you will not be going through insurance). Once determined, this information will be available to you.
What will you be doing in my home? Depending on the type of restoration we will be performing in your home or property, this answer can vary, however, all types of restoration have some commonalities. And, regardless of the type of job we are doing, our lead technician can answer any questions you may have about your job and walk you through what our technicians are doing in order to secure your home and safety.
Is there anything I should worry about or deal with? The only thing you need to be worried about is living your life. IRS has it from here. As Industry Professionals, we are certified by the IICRC and have years of experience behind us, alongside dozens of real customer feedback online about how our customers were able to leave the situation in capable hands.