A Helping Hand When Catastrophe Strikes

The team of Precision Reconstruction Group understands the overwhelming frustration and loss such catastrophes bring. That is why we proudly offer catastrophe and emergency reconstruction services—so that people who have faced any kind of major damage to their homes are not left alone to pick up the pieces.

Catastrophes and natural disasters are common, especially in the last few years. Throughout the United States, they have caused heavy and costly damage to people’s homes and livelihoods. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the years 2018 and 2019 each saw 14 billion-dollar weather disasters. 2017, however, was the worst of all costing $306.2 billion in total, with Hurricane Harvey costing $125 billion alone.

Catastrophe Reconstruction

Our Catastrophe Reconstruction Services

Here are just some of the services we offer under our catastrophe reconstruction program:

  • Fire Reconstruction
  • Water Reconstruction
  • Storm Damage Reconstruction
  • Insurance Loss Specialist
  • Emergency Tarp-Up & Board-Up

Our primary goal is to make sure our customers and their families are safe and supported. We are committed to guiding you through this difficult process with proper information, empathy, and professionalism. To learn more about our catastrophe reconstruction services, call us today at 972-971-7442.

Disaster-Preparedness Tips

Don’t wait for a hurricane, storm or any kind of natural disaster to figure out what to do. Instead, take some disaster-preparedness measures beforehand. To help you get started, here are some tips:

  • Build an Emergency Kit

Your emergency kit should include a flashlight, water, non-perishable foods, a portable radio, medicines, first aid kit, portable charger, money and sanitation supplies. If you want to go the extra mile (which we always encourage) pack some clothes as well.

  • Create a Plan

Prepare a pre-disaster and during-disaster plan with your family. Go over evacuation routes, names and numbers of contacts, arrangements for pets, etc.

  • Learn CPR

You never know when your CPR skills might come in handy! Check out this guide to find CPR classes near you. You can also learn CPR online here.

  • Know How to Shut Off all Utilities

It’s important that you know how to completely shut off the gas, electricity and water in your home. This is a useful skill that can ensure safety and even lessen the damage to your equipment.

To learn more about how you can stay safe during a disaster and even lessen the damage to your property, contact Precision Reconstruction Group at 972-971-7442.