Plumbing Leak Becomes a Remodel

Our client suffered a plumbing leak in their kitchen and dining room when the vendor who was installing their new microwave put a fastener into the main drainpipe. When we arrived, the demo contractor hired by their insurance company had completed the tear out as shown in the before photos.

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The client’s insurance company estimated the total cost of repairs and paid our client $11.458.45 to restore them to pre-loss condition.

They asked us to help.

We supplied the insurance adjuster with detailed cost estimates and documentation, and we answered all his questions.

Final settlement from the insurance company: $48,032.40.

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Our client invested some of their own money to make a few upgrades, and to purchase new appliances. The white cabinets and black countertop make for striking combination, while the black handles on the cabinets and drawers add a sophisticated touch. If you look closely at the tiled backsplash, you’ll see that each tile has beveled edges which add interest and reflect the light. Speaking of light, we also replaced the client’s boxy overhead light with a new, more contemporary round fixture in brushed nickel to match the faucet. And don’t miss the drawer and doors on the back of the peninsula. No more struggling the get items stored in the corner cabinet – what a clever idea!

We hope our clients enjoy their beautiful new kitchen for many years to come!

PRO TIP: If you’re dealing with an insurance claim for damage to your home, don’t go it alone. We are experts in insurance restoration, and we know how to work with adjusters. We’re here to help!

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