Every water disaster might impact Norwalk homes differently, but the need for repairs and reconstruction is a universal staple to restoration. As leading building contractors rooted in insurance work and working with credible restoration specialists, we can provide efficient solutions to repair and rebuild compromised portions of a property to make it “Even Better Than Before.”
Wall System Removal and Replacement
Because much of the plumbing in your Norwalk home gets placed in structural cavities between wall surfaces, when a breach occurs, it can impact many of these materials simultaneously. Demolition might be necessary to dry out the damaged areas, but it can also be needed to prevent situations like mold development. Our contractors can strip wall systems down to the studs to replace compromised materials with newer, stronger versions.
Ceiling Material Repair and Reconstruction
Leaks and plumbing breaches between levels of your house can leave many of the building materials used in ceiling systems over-encumbered with water and moisture. Sagging materials and structural elements can be a potential injury hazard if collapsing occurs, so we fixate on removing these damaged materials and replacing many of the discarded components such as insulation, wood framing, subflooring, and drywall.
Utility Repairs for Damaged Norwalk Homes
Because many water disasters result from some damage to utilities like the plumbing network in your home, our professionals must assess the condition of these pipes and what can get done to repair them. Aging materials like copper and lead pipes will ultimately become problems for the future, making it wise to replace damaged portions of your plumbing system with a PEX line that can stand up better to harsh winter conditions.
From the demolition of oversaturated elements to the complete reconstruction of portions of your home, property owners have come to trust the professionals of our Connecticut Reconstruction Services team. You can reach our experienced roster anytime for repairs, reconstruction, or new construction projects. Call us at (203) 239-0040.