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Storm Damage
Restoration

Why choose highland

For Storm Damage Restoration

We understand that storm damage can be unexpected and stressful. Rest assured, our reliable, efficient team is here to help you recover. Whether you’re dealing with a fallen tree due to high intensity winds, damaged property because of hail, or water damage because of flooding, Highland Construction and Restoration has you covered. The team at Highland Construction and Restoration is not only trained and experienced, but we are also compassionate and community-oriented. We face every storm and tackle every task the only way we know how: as a team. We work nonstop, day in and day out, to ensure our customers’ needs are met. Southeastern North Carolina sees wide-spread damage year after year due to flooding caused by strong hurricanes such as Hurricane Matthew (2016) and Hurricane Florence (2018). Regardless of the storms that may come, our team is available and standing by to assist you with storm damage repairs.

Capable & Reputable Team

Our team is equipped with the tools and certifications to handle any job, large or small. Our track record speaks for itself: we make your damage disappear.

Community-minded

Our roots run deep. We’ve been family-owned since 1981, meaning we’ve been serving Fayetteville, Wilmington, Raleigh and for nearly 40 years!

24/7 Availability

Stressful situations like storms and fires have a tendency to arise at the most inconvenient times. We understand, and that’s why we’re always available.

Compassionate Customer Service

When you’re experiencing loss, you should feel nothing but supported. Compassion, sensitivity, and understanding are trademarks of every Highland team member.

Clear Communication

We keep everyone on the same page as we restore both the comfort and functionality of our your home or business. You will have a dedicated Project Manager and Coordinator who can answer all of your questions.

We do whatever we can to prevent any additional stress for our customers, including:

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Making sure you stay informed of anything that may change during the restoration process

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Sending our team to your home to secure your property to prevent further damage

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Having our project manager outline the details of your repair project

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Getting your project completed as quickly as possible! The sooner we can restore your home or business, the sooner you can get back to life as usual.

Our Process

Storm preparation tips can help you brace yourself for a storm, but despite careful planning, you may still experience some damage. If you find yourself in that position, it’s important to file an insurance claim and have an insurance adjuster meet with a Highland estimator on site as soon as possible.

We do whatever we can to prevent any additional stress for our customers, including:

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Making sure you stay informed of anything that may change during the restoration process

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Sending our team to your home to secure your property to prevent further damage

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Having our project manager outline the details of your repair project

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Getting your project completed as quickly as possible! The sooner we can restore your home or business, the sooner you can get back to life as usual.

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Questions?

F.A.Q.

Highland Construction and Restoration is here for you when you find yourself in need of storm damage restoration in the Fayetteville, Wilmington, Raleigh and the surrounding areas.

How do i secure my property after a storm?

First create a three-day supply of water and nonperishable foods including daily medication. Please don’t forget your pets.

Check your attic and crawlspace for signs of leaks prior to the storm look for place where water can enter your home. Inspect your siding, facia & soffit to making sure all pieces are snapped in and locked together. Check around the home for loose debris, secure porch furniture, potted plants basically anything that could be picked up by the wind. Have the gutters cleaned and make sure the down spouts extend out far enough to keep water from the home. Have any trees with dead limbs or one touching the home cut back to a safe distance.

Lastly review your insurance policy to determine what items are covered and what are not. Go around the house once everything is secured and photograph completely from ground level to top and get as much of the roof as possible from the ground.

How long after a storm should i call highland?

Once the storm has passed and you are in no immediate danger contact Highland and report the damage. You should also contact your insurance as well and let them know what type of damage the home has sustained. Let them know you have contacted Highland to handle the immediate threat i.e. tree on house, shingle blown off and water coming in. Please be aware Highland will not put an employee on the road until we are certain there are no additional threats to our crews. 

Do you have any tips to prepare my property for a storm?

First create a three-day supply of water and nonperishable foods including daily medication. Please don’t forget your pets.

Check your attic and crawlspace for signs of leaks prior to the storm look for place where water can enter your home. Inspect your siding, facia & soffit to making sure all pieces are snapped in and locked together. Check around the home for loose debris, secure porch furniture, potted plants basically anything that could be picked up by the wind. Have the gutters cleaned and make sure the down spouts extend out far enough to keep water from the home. Have any trees with dead limbs or one touching the home cut back to a safe distance.  

Lastly review your insurance policy to determine what items are covered and what are not. Go around the house once everything is secured and photograph completely from ground level to top and get as much of the roof as possible from the ground.

Can Highland work with my insurance company?

Highland is equipped to work with all insurance carriers. Highland is also a preferred vendor for most large insurance carriers. Our Estimators have many years of experience writing insurance estimates. Once you sign on with Highland, you will be assigned a Project Coordinator and a Project Manager who will work closely with you, your adjuster, and insurance company. 

Testimonials

What Our Customers Say

Highland Construction replaced our roof after the hail storm and then built a beautiful and sturdy deck for us. They were professional, trustworthy and very interested in pleasing us. We highly recommend them for any size project.

Tricia and Richard Everett

When it came time to build a new addition to our church, I called Highland Construction. The owner of the company was constantly in touch with us throughout the project. The project manager kept us informed every step of the way. They were professional, thorough and went above and beyond to satisfy us. I would definitely use Highland Construction again and recommend them to anyone.

Ronald Long, Pastor

A giant tree fell on my home over my children’s bedrooms. Insulation and water covered their beds. Highland Construction was here the next day. They took care of everything. My home is completely restored. It was unfathomable what the tornado did to my neighborhood. Highland Construction made me feel like everything was going to be OK again. I would highly recommend Highland Construction.

Malkia Gaither, Homeowner

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Let US Help

If your home or business falls victim to storm damage anywhere in southeastern North Carolina, call 910.485.6738 for more information 24/7 or to set up an appointment. Highland Construction and Restoration provides the most professional storm damage restoration services in the Fayetteville, Wilmington, Raleigh and the surrounding areas.

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