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Construction

When it comes to disaster restoration, communication and experience are the hallmarks of the ServiceMaster by Lovejoy philosophy. We’re dedicated to providing a fast, effective, efficient response to your emergency. Our trained service professionals will assist you with emergency pre-cleaning and deodorizing. We will also remove any damaged property and restore it to its pre-fire condition. As a fully equipped licensed disaster restoration general contractor, ServiceMaster by Lovejoy can rebuild your home or building from the ground up. Reconstruction services must be approved by your insurance carrier.

We Also do roofing and repair storm damaged to homes and businesses:

  • Roof inspections/estimates
  • Wind/hail/storm damage repair
  • Tarp ups
  • Board ups
  • Vandalism clean up
  • Total rebuild/reconstruction

Unlike most disaster restoration companies, ServiceMaster by Lovejoy performs a majority of construction in-house, with our skilled craftsman rebuilding your home as if it were their own. Our disaster restoration management team and field supervisors have over a century’s worth of disaster restoration experience and you will feel comfortable leaving the rebuilding in competent and caring hands.

A ServiceMaster Clean® franchisee was called upon by our government on 9/11 to restore 6.5 million square feet of the Pentagon and get it operational as quickly as possible. ServiceMaster by Lovejoy will handle your project with the same amount of urgency, integrity, efficiency, and attention to detail. While the Pentagon is the heartbeat of operations for our country, we recognize reconstructing your home is just as vital and important.

Recovering from a fire or storm damage can be a physically and mentally draining process you should take comfort knowing that ServiceMaster by Lovejoy’s disaster restoration services will eventually get your life back to normalcy. But in that first 24 hours, often the hardest part of a disaster loss is the knowledge of where to begin and who to contact.

The First 24 Hours

Securing Yourself and the Site

Contact your local disaster relief service, such as the American Red Cross or the Salvation Army, to help with your immediate needs, such as:

Temporary housing
Food
Medicine
Eyeglasses
Clothing
Other essential items
Contact your Insurance Agent/Claims Office with your insurance provider.

Cautions

Do not enter the damaged site. Fires can rekindle from hidden, smoldering remains. Normally, the Fire Department will see that utilities (water, electricity and natural gas) are either safe to use or are disconnected before they leave the site. Do not attempt to turn on utilities yourself. Be watchful for structural damage caused by the fire. Roofs and floors may be damaged and subject to collapse. Food, beverages and medicine exposed to heat, smoke, soot and water should not be consumed.

Leaving Your Home

Contact your local police department to let them know the site will be unoccupied. In some cases it may be necessary to board up openings to discourage trespassers.
Beginning immediately, save receipts for any money you spend. These receipts are important in showing the insurance company what money you have spent related to your fire loss and also for verifying losses claimed on your income tax.
If it is safe to do so, try to locate the following items:

Identification, such as driver’s licenses and Social Security cards
Insurance information
Medication information
Eyeglasses, hearing aids or other prosthetic devices
Valuables, such as credit cards, bank books, cash and jewelry
Flooding

Flooding is becoming more commonplace and more expensive. You can’t always stop it from happening but you can minimize its effects. Here are some tips to help you deal with a flood.

After the Flood

Play it safe: The dangers are not over when the water goes down. Your home’s foundation may have been weakened, the electrical system may have shorted out, and floodwaters may have left behind things that could make you sick. When in doubt, throw it out. Don’t risk injury or infection. Remember, flood water from an external source is classified as a category 3 (black water) loss and may contain numerous contaminates.

Contact your Insurance Agent/Claims Office with your insurance provider.

Leaving Your Home

Contact your local police department to let them know the site will be unoccupied. In some cases it may be necessary to board up openings to discourage trespassers.
Beginning immediately, save receipts for any money you spend. These receipts are important in showing the insurance company what money you have spent related to your fire loss and also for verifying losses claimed on your income tax.
If it is safe to do so, try to locate the following items:

Identification, such as driver’s licenses and Social Security cards
Insurance information
Medication information
Eyeglasses, hearing aids or other prosthetic devices
Valuables, such as credit cards, bank books, cash and jewelry