The Three-Step Approach to Restoration

Step 1: Situation-Assessment

  1. Initial Matter-port scan for 360° room views. (Complete Property Sketch is Recommended In most cases.)

  2. Rooms Moisture Readings 📟. And notes.

  3. Infrared Imaging

  4. Detail photos of any possible affected areas.

  5. Preliminary Damage Mapping Of walls trims & other affected Materials.

  6. Xactimate sketch Floorplan

  7. Request Mold-assessment if necessary

Step 2: Water mitigation preventing further damage to property and belongings.


  1. Comprehensive Jobsite preparation
  2. Perform permanent or Temporary
  3. repair if needed to Control the source
  4. Begin water extraction
  5. Place equipment⬇️ to Begin the Drying process.
  6. Pack out and moving of private property if needed
  7. Removal of materials that are permanent damage, would obstruct the Drying process potentially creating bacterial growth or mold.
  8. Debris removal
  9. Vacuum & sweeping
  10. Monitoring. /Final reading
  11. Equipment/pickup ⬆️


  1. Apply plant base Antibacterial to affected areas to prevent bacterial growth
  2. HIPAA Vacuum.
  3. Heavy surface cleaning.
  4. Surface Encapsulation.
  5. Final Damage assessment Matterport scan.
  6. Mitigation certificate of Completion Sign-off.

Note: The average Mitigation process Turnaround Is 72 hours (about 3 days) for small projects, but it all depends on the extend of the damage and taking in consideration that no external conditions such as Pending decisions,Weather,Materials,additional Work, or other contractors are delayed obstructing the process.

Step #3 Rebuild to Pre-loss Conditions

  1. We prepare a Restoration Contractor Assessment using all information gather throughout the mitigation process. Floorplan drawings, Moisture readings, Infrared Imaging, detail Photos, Mitigation Scope of Work, and Matter-port scans. To write a Rebuild Scope of Work.

  2. We write The Rebuild Xactimate to initiate a new Estimator to respond to an adjuster’s estimate that is too low or missing necessary items to get your property back to pre-loss conditions

  3. We submit the Rebuild estimate to Homeowner for Approval or make the first Revision if necessary.

  4. The estimate is submitted directly to the insurance carrier for approval.

• If necessary, write and send first supplement.

 • Comprehensive jobsite preparation

• Extra demolition if necessary

• Order stage specific related materials

• Delivery of drywall and other materials.

Note: A deposit payment for 25% of Rebuild Estimate must be collected at signing to schedule Production

• Framing if necessary

• Drywall installation & finish

• Walls Insulation

• Choosing colors and finish materials

• Texture & surface Finishing

• Ordering colors and finish materials

Note: A Second deposit payment of 25% of current estimate for a total of 50% must be collected at Commencement Day

 • Prime and paint

• Carpentry /molding

• If necessary, write and Send supplement

• Kitchen & cabinets

•Electrical / Accessories Installations

• Carpets, Laminate & Tiles

• Baseboard /Crow molding

• Semifinal walk-through

Note: A Third Deposit payment of 25% for a total of 75% of the current estimate must be collected at Commencement Day.

• Corrections of Semifinal Walk-through findings

• Final walk-through.

•Certificate of Completion Sign-off 

Note: A final payment of remaining balance must be collected at Commencement Day