We hope you are doing well and thawing out after the crazy ice/snow storm of 2021! We know that many of you were without power and water for an extended amount of time and are here to help! Here are some of the top things you may be worried about right now:
- Filing an Insurance Claim – We can help with damage insurance claims after major events like this. Working with your insurance company on a claim can be a hassle, but we have experience getting all the pieces put together to file a claim and get your damages covered.
- Busted Water Pipes – As the ground and pipes thaw, many homeowners will see busted pipes. These can cause leaks throughout the house and need to be addressed quickly and correctly.
- Mold – Mold settles in quickly after a leak or water event; work with a general contractor to ensure your space is fully dry before you move things back in place.
- Roof Damage – Texas roofs are not built for ice dams and snow, so it is important to have your roof inspected for damage. There may be damage that you cannot see from the ground, so give us a call to check on your roof.
- Property Destruction – From trees falling on fences to damage to outdoor structures to gutters weighed down by debris and damage to animal enclosures, ice and snow can wreak havoc on your property.
If you have damage from the storm, call us to schedule a consultation. Did you know we offer financing for projects? At Butler Contracting, we are here to serve our community as we recover from this storm. Please let us know how we can help you.
Owner, Butler Contracting
Alan Butler talks about what to expect when you have a water leak. Butler Contracting is ready to help you with your emergency response to mitigate the damage, file your insurance claim, and restore your space new.
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RESPONSE TO COVID-19
Butler Contracting is here to serve you. In response to the COVID-19 global pandemic, we have increased our safety measures, from offering virtual consultations to providing masks for our team to wear on job sites, and using SNiPER disinfectant (a product that is on the EPA’s N List, which identifies cleaning solutions which meet the requirements for use against COVID-19) to ensure that our work spaces and job sites are clean. Additionally, our team is wearing gloves and using hand sanitizer frequently. We take team members’ temperatures twice a day and ask them to stay home if they are feeling unwell.
We are offering virtual consultations for our customers who want to limit their social interactions and are happy to schedule projects a few months out.