Residential Reconstruction and Restoration
Your home and your life may no longer be what they were before the damages. You want everything back the way it was, and you need it done quickly and responsibly by experienced professionals. ATI is the company you can trust to employ the most qualified professionals to assist you in getting back into your home, and your home back to the condition that it was before.
ATI is a leader in restoration, reconstruction, and environmental services, with over 1,000 full-time employees and 20 offices around the country.
Whether you have water damages from a toilet overflow or severe structural damage to a multi-million dollar home, ATI has the team of experts that you need.
We’re in the disaster recovery business, and we’re available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 52 weeks a year. No matter what the time of day, or what type of disaster you’re facing, give us a call and we'll respond to your needs and get you back into your home as quickly as possible.
ATI provides the following services:
- Reconstruction Services from Fire/Water Damages
- Historic Home Preservation
- On Location Fire/Smoke Cleaning
- Mold Remediation
- Asbestos / Lead Abatement
- Turn-Key General Contractor
- Water Mitigation
- Emergency Services
- Black-Water / Sewage Clean Up
- Vandalism Repairs
- Reconstruction from Wind Damages
- Pack-Out, Pack-In, and storage
- Inventory - Salvageable and Total Loss
- Art Restoration
- Electronics Restoration
- Furniture Restoration
- Contents Cleaning and Deodorization
- Dry Cleaning and Laundry Services
- Pack-Out Inventory (POI)
- Document Recovery
Navigating the Recovery Process
Going through a residential loss and recovery is a challenging experience. ATI has developed the following check-list of steps to help residential customers better understand the insurance claims process that should take place during the recovery period.
This checklist includes:
- Homeowner contacts insurance company, and restoration company
- Restoration project manager inspects property, and develops project scope with insurance adjuster
- Scope of work is approved by all parties
- Homeowner signs work authorization contract
- Restoration superintendent is assigned to the project, conducts a job walk and pulls all necessary permits
- Homeowner selects replacement materials
- Materials are ordered Job is scheduled with in-house employees and sub-contractors
- Estimated completion date is provided
- Demolition is performed
- Superintendent conducts update calls and meetings with the homeowner as necessary
- Scope of work is completed
- Progress bills are submitted as necessary
- Change orders are written, signed and performed as necessary
- Work on change orders is completed
- Superintendent and homeowner meet to review punch list
- Punch list items are completed.
- Homeowner signs certificate of completion
- Final invoice is generated and mailed out
- Payment is received and the file is closed