From record-breaking events like Tropical Storm Isaias in 2020 to the frequent severe weather conditions that can threaten Connecticut, repairs and reconstruction are often inevitable. To make your home “Even Better Than Before,” many trust in the experienced and reliable response of our contractors after an emergency. We can even begin working during long-standing power outages common to violent weather events with our portable generators, hand tools, and cordless equipment.
Roof and Attic Damages
The roof and attic space are common areas for storm damage reconstruction in Norwalk homes. High winds can remove shingles and expose vulnerable underlayment materials, not to mention threats like debris or fallen trees. Repairs begin with temporary tarping and board-up but can ultimately be resolved with controlled demolition and material replacement.
Basement and Foundation Concerns
Flooding and other migrating moisture conditions can be devastating to the basement and foundational levels of your home. After mitigation actions occur, we must begin repairing vulnerabilities in the blockwork to prevent continued water penetration and worsening conditions.
Wind Damage to Siding or Structural Openings
High winds that can often leave thousands without power during hurricane-level storms can be destructive to the envelope of a residence as well. The exterior can become highly damaged after severe weather, including:
Weather can be unpredictable and dangerous for your home and its occupants. When repairs and build back are necessary, you can count on Connecticut Reconstruction Services to help. Give us a call today at (203) 239-0043.