Yes, Michigan Fire Restoration is licensed and insured. We are also a member with the Better Business Bureau. Our Residential Builder and M&A Contractor License number is 2101117802.
Our Fire Repair Service includes:
We provide every phase of construction to restore your property after wind, water or fire damage has occurred such as; emergency board up services, additions, garages, finished basements, kitchen/bath, and ceramic tile design as well as media rooms. Additionally, we offer architectural design, design build, interior design and custom design services for home or office, green construction options. As always, our company will also work with your insurance company and provide you with a detailed damage estimate.
Yes, we offer assistance with all Insurance Claims. All you need to do is sign an authorization form identifying us as your selected contractor and we will start negotiating directly with the insurance company. Once we have reached a settlement, a check will be issued to you. The insurance company will only issue payment to the policy holder unless you sign a document indicating otherwise.
Our fire, water or storm restoration service starts as soon as the customers/insurance company are in agreement with scope and price.
Absolutely! We understand the ordeal faced by our customers after disaster strikes their life. We do not want to add more difficulties by charging high service fees. The insurance industry has already established prices per specific scope, so price is never an issue only scope.
There are many services and variables involved in the fire restoration process. Therefore, it is difficult to predict exactly the duration of the whole process. However, we assure you that we will speed up the process to help you get back to your normal life.
There are certain things you can do yourself (read our Emergency Water Damage Tips page). However, we do suggest that you consult the professionals first.
Though it is entirely up to you, but there are some things to be considered (mainly for your safety) such as odors, electricity and even noise from equipment. Depending on the extent of the damage it may not be a good ideal to continuously inhale the fumes.