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Restoration

How to Choose a Disaster Restoration Company

Following a disaster, the last thing you want to deal with is a disaster restoration company that can’t handle your recovery. You want a team of professionals who are ready to get to work after they assess the extent of the damage. At Intelligent Design Corp (IDC), we want that for you too. To help you determine the restoration company that’s perfect for you, we’ve created the list below.

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Determining Roof Repair or Replacement

You likely already understand roofs need ongoing inspection and maintenance in order to stay in top shape and sometimes may need repairs after a specific event such as a storm or downed tree limb. Of course, everything has a natural life and a roof will eventually need to be completely replaced. In some cases it can be difficult to determine whether major repairs, replacement of a section of the roof, or a complete roof tear off and new roof installation is the best solution for the problem at hand.

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Restoration and Repair Projects

Restoration projects in the sense of buying an old house knowing the repairs it needs can be fun and exciting to watch as the house comes back to its previous glory. Restoration after a disaster or unexpected repairs are not something anybody looks forward to but unfortunately, accidents do happen. With the service of an experienced contractor, such jobs don't have to be so depressing as you can have the work conducted quickly and professionally so you can get back to your daily life as quickly as possible.

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Remodeling and Restoration Definitions and Differences

If you've ever had the misfortune of needing restoration work or the excitement of having home renovations conducted, you may have wondered exactly what is the difference between the two. The same contractor generally can do either as the jobs seem similar and require the same talents and tools, but they're generally referred to using different terminology. There are, however, some nuances between types of contract work.

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