disaster repair specialist

When Should You Hire Disaster Repair Specialists?

There are several differences between building contractors and disaster repair specialists. Each has its benefits depending on the type of job you need them to complete. Knowing which one is right for you can help you get a much better result down the road than if you don’t research upfront. 

Here at Ascension General Contractors, we want to give you some advice and information to help you make the best decision when hiring a disaster repair specialist versus a building contractor.

The Difference Between Disaster Repair Specialists and Building Contractors

General contractors and disaster repair specialists are different, mainly based on the type of services they provide. Choosing the wrong one could cause a job to take an excessive amount of time or to be done incorrectly if they lack the skills or equipment needed for the project. 

Building Contractors

If you are looking to renovate or remodel your home, a building contractor is usually more than capable of completing these types of projects. Building contractors typically focus on replacing features in your home to improve the overall appearance and handle your average home improvement projects with ease.  

Disaster Repair Specialists

Just like in the name, if a disaster has damaged your home, disaster repair specialists will be the best option for you. Disaster repair specialists focus on restoring your home from certain types of damage. And unlike building contractors, they often possess specialized equipment and training to handle repairs after a home has been damaged from a disaster. 

How Do I Find a Specialist? 

Finding a qualified and trustworthy disaster repair specialist may seem like it poses a challenge. However, there are some things you can do to help ensure you get a reputable company that knows what they are doing. Here are some things we recommend:

  • Contact Your insurance company

Your insurance company will often have disaster repair specialists they work with. So if they are covering the cost of repairs, ask if they have recommendations.

  • Ask Around

Simple as it may seem, word-of-mouth recommendations go a long way in helping you find someone you can trust to repair your property. Don’t be afraid to ask your family and friends who they have used in the past. 

  • Confirm Credentials

Always be sure that whatever company you go with has the proper credentials and licensing to complete the work. A reputable company will have no problem providing you with proof of its qualifications. 

Has a disaster damaged your property? We are here to help! At Ascension General Contractors, we are committed to ensuring quality restoration in a timely and professional manner. We are a full-service general contractor and proud to serve Nashville residents, business owners, and operators.

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