Storm Damage Cleanup and Repair
Since 1979, Jarvis Property Restoration has assisted property owners with repairs and cleanup to their homes and businesses following catastrophic storms. The damage caused by tornadoes and hurricanes, can range from missing shingles, broken windows, and water damage to complete destruction.
Our team of certified first responders can help you minimize further damages, safely secure your property and begin the cleanup and restoration process. Jarvis is a licensed building contractor and is in good standing with the Better Business Bureau. You can count on our emergency response team to be in the area following hail storms, tornadoes, large thunderstorms, hurricanes or flash floods to help you with all of your property repair needs. From removing fallen trees to securing windows and doors, no job is too big or too small.
Our first response team has worked in the nation's worst storm disasters over the past 30 years.
Our team was on the ground in Louisiana following hurricane Katrina, deployed to Nashville, Tennessee following catastrophic flooding, and assisted with homeowners in Joplin, Missouri & Dexter, Michigan following destructive tornadoes. In 2011, the Jarvis team helped repair dozens of homes in eastern Iowa that were impacted by high winds and hail damage.
With local offices in Iowa, Michigan and Florida, and partner companies in Ohio, Indiana, Wisconsin the Jarvis Team has the resources to quickly respond to storm disasters. Our first responders routinely travel during large catastrophes to assist commercial & residential property owners with recovery.
We Work With Your Insurance
Jarvis works with every major insurance carrier in the U.S. and provides customers with direct insurance billing options. We want to make the recovery process as convenient and hassle-free as possible.
Our technicians will require you to sign off on a work authorization prior to beginning work on any temporary repairs (this is recommended by the Better Business Bureau) and we will provide you with a detailed work scope prior to beginning your reconstruction or repair work. Our estimators follow guidelines and best practices by the IICRC, local building ordinances, and insurance industry protocol. If your property was damaged during a hurricane or tornado, we may require a certified engineer provide us with a report before we begin making repairs.