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Renovation refers to the process of improving or modernizing an existing structure. This can include updating the appearance and layout of a space, as well as making necessary repairs and upgrades to systems such as plumbing, electrical, and HVAC.

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New Construction

The process of new construction typically begins with the design and planning phase, in which architects and engineers work together to create a detailed plan for the building. Once the plans have been approved, the building site is prepared, and the foundation is laid.

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Handyman Services

Handyman services refer to a wide range of tasks and services that are typically performed around a home or business to maintain or improve the property. Handyman services can include minor repairs, such as fixing a leaky faucet or patching a hole in the wall, as well as more complex projects like installing new light fixtures, building a deck, or replacing a fence.

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Insurance repair

Insurance repair refers to the process of repairing or rebuilding a property that has been damaged as a result of a covered event under an insurance policy. The repair process is usually initiated by the homeowner filing a claim with their insurance company, after which an adjuster will come out to assess the damage and determine the cost of repairs.

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Demolition is the safe and pre-planned process of removing existing buildings and structures to make way for newer builds.

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Permit Assistance

Let our permit expediting expert get your permit issued already!

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Commercial Maintenance

Let us keep your place of business fully functional and looking its best.

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Residential Maintenance

Have peace of mind knowing that everything is taken care of.

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