Discovering Your Home or Business Has Been Vandalized
Discovering your home or business has been vandalized
Discovering your business or home has been vandalized is an awful feeling. Damage can range from relatively minor pranks to malicious destruction of property, and the cleanup can be time-consuming and difficult.
If your home or property has been vandalized, Highland Construction and Restoration has the skills and equipment to completely restore your property. Our goal is to work our hardest to get your home or business back to the same or better condition.
When our team arrives at your property, we will quickly assess the damage and then help coordinate with your insurance company. Most insurance policies will cover acts of vandalism and allow for necessary repairs.
Making sure that you and your property is protected to prevent further damage is a priority, even if some repairs require several days. We will immediately begin temporary repairs by boarding up any broken windows or doors, sweeping up glass and debris, and anything else necessary to secure your property. After securing the property, we will order materials and schedule permanent repairs to be completed.
Kitchen grease fires are the leading cause of home fires in the United States. A grease fire will in most cases start when oil or fat is left on the stove unattended. Being highly flammable, the oil will quickly over-heat, ignite, burn and spread out. Other times, grease fires can be caused by spills in the drip pan often coming from previous cooking sessions.
A house fire is the worst nightmare for residents worldwide, and for good reason. Not only do fires directly endanger the lives of all residents of a household, but they are sure to damage – if not completely destroy – entire properties.
The best way to recover from a natural disaster is to hire a home restoration service. This is especially important if your property has sustained damage from flooding, fire, and storms. A professional service like ours can help to prevent any further damage, which means you spend less money on repairs