EXTERIOR

Restoration

Storm Damage Restoration Process

Have Builders understands that your home is your haven, and we know there is nothing more important in our business than restoring your home after an emergency. We will help you work through the insurance process to smoothly and efficiently restore the damage in your home.

1. Schedule Inspection

Schedule an Inspection with Haven Builders via our website or phone

2. Review Damage

If there is damage, we review it with you and you can then file an insurance claim

3. Scope of Work

*Approve work orders with insurance company where Haven submits the scope of work to insurance company for approval

4. Kickoff

Upon approval, we will have a kickoff meeting where selections are made and the scope of work agreement is signed

5. Present timeline

Haven Builders will present a timeline on executing the work

6. Begin project

Haven Completes the Work in a Timely Manner

7. Final walkthrough!

Once the work is completed, we have a final walkthrough to review the work and address any needs

Hail Damage & Roof Restoration

Your roof keeps the rest of your home safe and dry. Is it time to repair or replace one of the most important parts of your home? We can work directly with your insurance claim to fix or replace your roof! Haven Builders specializes in roof repair and offers honest, fair prices. Get back safe and sound inside your haven.

Six Signs You May Have Hail, Storm, or Wind Damage:

  1. Missing Shingles
  2. Fallen Tree 
  3. Neighbors Getting Roofs Repaired
  4. Water Marks from Inside Home
  5. Dents in Downspouts, Siding, or Windows
  6. Shingle Granules in Gutters or Lawn

How to Avoid Contractor Scams

KNOW THE FACTS

• $1.2 trillion dollars are spent within the construction industry each year
• More than 100,000 complaints per year to BBB are in the construction industry
• More than 35% of scams are financially related

LOOK FOR RED FLAGS

• $1.2 trillion dollars are spent within the construction industry each year
• More than 100,000 complaints per year to BBB are in the construction industry
• More than 35% of scams are financially related

PRACTICE THESE TIPS

• $1.2 trillion dollars are spent within the construction industry each year
• More than 100,000 complaints per year to BBB are in the construction industry
• More than 35% of scams are financially related

Frequently Asked Questions

When considering the most valuable home renovations, it’s generally accepted that updates to kitchens and bathrooms offer the highest return on investment. This is because these areas are highly utilized and valued by homeowners for both functionality and aesthetics.

Deciding whether to remodel or buy a new home depends on various factors including your budget, the current condition of your home, the housing market, and your personal preferences. Remodeling can add personalized value to your current home, but buying new might be a great option if you desire a completely different location or home layout.

Yes, you can build an addition to your home, but it requires careful planning and adherence to local zoning laws and building codes. Before starting, it’s crucial to obtain the necessary permits from your local municipality. Consulting with a professional architect or builder can help ensure that the addition meets structural requirements and blends seamlessly with your existing home. Proper planning and execution can significantly enhance your home’s functionality and increase its value.

If you have roof damage, you should first contact a reputable roofing contractor to assess the damage. It’s also wise to notify your insurance company to understand your coverage and begin the claims process.

Signs of roof damage include visible leaks, missing or damaged shingles, sagging, and light coming through the attic. Regular inspections can help identify these issues early.

Roof damage is often covered by homeowners insurance, particularly if it’s the result of unforeseen events like storms or fires. However, coverage can vary, so it’s essential to review your policy or contact your insurance provider for specifics.

If your roof is leaking, place a bucket under the leak, remove any valuables from the area, and cover them with plastic sheeting. Contact a professional roofer for repairs as soon as possible. Notifying your insurance company is also crucial to determine coverage.

If your roof is leaking, place a bucket under the leak, remove any valuables from the area, and cover them with plastic sheeting. Contact a professional roofer for repairs as soon as possible. Notifying your insurance company is also crucial to determine coverage.