Disaster Reconstruction Services
Fire Damage Reconstruction
Fire Damage Reconstruction is an intricate process. We understand that fire damage to property can be a complex procedure. We are proud to keep our in-house carpenters up to date on the latest technology to accurately repair any fire or smoke damaged property.
Mold Damage Reconstruction
Mold Damage Reconstruction is a sensitive procedure. Our in-house staff of Carpenters are aware of how the proper reconstruction job should be performed after the damaged materials have been removed.
Water Damage Reconstruction
Water Damage Reconstruction requires Different methods and measures than a regular property damage repair. In some cases, this can be harmful if not done correctly. Our team of Carpenters understand the complexities of water damage and apply the latest techniques and equipment to all water damage reconstruction jobs.
Disaster Reconstruction and Repairs require a unique set of skills. We utilize a combination of skilled in-house personnel and fully licensed and bonded subcontractors to get your job done quickly and correctly. Our Structural Division Manager oversees every job and makes regular on-site inspections to ensure consistent quality.
Serving Central Oregon for over 29 Years
Providing Central Oregon with Disaster Reconstruction services, including: Bend, Redmond, Sisters, Sunriver, Madras, La Pine, Prineville, and surrounding areas for over 29 years. Our team is highly trained and certified in the specific requirements for providing superior services. Our team members consist of trained personnel local to Central Oregon and who are familiar with the specific needs and requirements of the very special and detailed services we provide.
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