Residential Claims & Restoration Services

What Happens After the Storm?

In the event a storm occurs in neighborhood you need but make a single phone call and a licensed, qualified Timber Creek Builder Representative will come to your property and perform a post storm inspection. This inspection will determine if the damage is significant enough to warrant an insurance claim and if so help you begin the restoration process.

Okay, So You Have To File A Claim

Really, it’s not that bad. You need to contact your insurance company and say, “My contractor has determined that my property has sustained sufficient damage from the recent storm event to initiate a claim and I would like Timber Creek Builders, LLC to represent my interests with regard to this claim.” There, that wasn’t so bad. Your part is done. Now let us handle the rest.

What Is It Going To Cost Me?

Surprisingly, it is typically just your deductible. We work with the insurance adjuster assigned to your claim to determine the extent of the damage and the cost to repair/replace necessary items to return your home to its pre-storm value. Then, Timber Creek performs the work for that amount.


Who Runs the Show?

Our project managers ensure that your project is managed in a safe, efficient, workmanlike fashion. We want to get in and out so you can get
back to life as usual.

What Does This Include?

Timber Creek Builders, LLC will obtain all local building permits, select and coordinate all trades, perform the work around your schedule, order and verify all materials are as you selected, ensure that all local and state building code requirements are being upheld, provide site supervision, schedule required inspections and will be there to meet the local inspector so you don't need to take time off of work. Generally, we make sure your project is completed on time with minimal disruption.

How Does the Story End?

We want to make sure you are happy with our services. At project closeout Timber Creek Builders, LL will meet with the local inspector to confirm that your property is up to code and issue a warranty package for not only our services but for the materials purchased and installed on your property. Finally, we will work with your insurance provider to close out your restoration claim.