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Our professionalism exceeds any Columbus property damage company and we can prove it.
We also offer an amazing warranty that most contractors can't!
Storm Damage Specialists
COLUMBUS' TOP CONTRACTING COMPANY
A+ Rated & InterNACHI Certified
About Alliance Specialty Contractor
Allaince Specialty Contractor's knowledge and integrity far exceeds typical contracting companies. We are A+ Rated , have an InterNACHI Certification, and are GAF Certified. We install new roofs, repair roofs, and can help with storm damaged and insurance claims.
The most common service provider needed post-disaster is a contractor to make repairs to the damaged property; both emergency repairs or the permanent restoration. Alliance Specialty Contractor will play a meaningful role in the claims process; we will:
* Be responsible for completing repairs and restorations timely
* Manage employees and sub-contractors
* Ensure the quality of work meets set standards
When hiring a professional, it is important to understand the specific type of skills/experience needed for the job. For most property damage claims, restoration contractors have many unique specialties that may make him/her a better fit for the type of work that lies ahead. This is especially the case when completing the initial mitigation and emergency work.
Alliance Specialty Contractor specialize in restoring properties that have been affected by water, wind, fires, and other perils. We:
* Have the appropriate and specialized equipment for handling the type of damaged properties;
* Have experience in working on properties that are involved in an insurance claim;
* Are certified, or our employees are certified; and,
* Have the required licensing for the area where we work, including all special licensing.
General Contractors vs. Restoration Contractors
Tips for Hiring a Allaince Specialty Contractor
* Any upgrades suggested by the us need to be approved by the insurance company before work can begin. If the work is out of scope, or goes beyond repairing the property to its original condition, then the insured will be responsible to pay the difference.
* Get a written agreement of our work warrantee/guarantee from your Project Manager including insurance coverage verification before beginning any repairs.
* Always verify credentials. Call references, contact the Better Business Bureau (BBB), and take all necessary steps to vet any service providers before beginning any work to the property.
* Alliance Specialty Contractor is not licensed or certified to adjust claims. This is called the Unauthorized Practice of Public Adjusting and can affect policyholders negatively in an already chaotic time. Public adjusters are the only professionals specifically licensed to adjust, negotiate, and settle property claims for the insured.