HURRICANE, STORM & WEATHER REPAIR SERVICESProperty Repair Services for Hurricane, Storm & Weather Damage on Oahu 24-HOUR HOTLINE
Act Quickly to Minimize Damage
When you’re facing flood, storm or hurricane damage to a property on the island of Oahu – whether to your home, business or commercial property – turn to someone you can trust to restore your property and life back to normal. Call our Hotline or Contact Us»
- Whenever water is present, mold and mildew are a threat to property and possessions
- Mold and mildew are also a threat to human health safety.
- Most insurance policies require property owners to take steps to prevent additional damage.
Hurricane, Storm & Flood Repair Services
You have needs. We have solutions. Our repair and remediation services include:
- “Board up” services.
- Stabilizing damaged structures.
- Making temporary roof repairs.
- Removing debris.
- Installing temporary fencing.
- Draining flooded spaces.
- Drying waterlogged areas and property.
- Containing and eliminating mold.
- Providing temporary power supply.
- Assisting with insurance claims.
How We Work
- Immediate Assistance: We handle emergencies 24 hours a day, seven days a week, so we can be on the scene when you need us.
- Complete & Accurate Assessment: We inspect your property to diagnose and record damages and risks, then give you a thorough report.
- No High-Pressure Tactics: We want you to feel confident you’re making the right decision for your property, so we won’t pressure you. Once the damage has been stopped, you can review your options and move forward when you’re ready.
- Help with Insurance Claims: We will work with you and your insurance company to expedite a plan of action.
Frequently Asked Questions
What should I do after a hurricane or storm floods my property?
Should I contact my insurance company following storm and weather damage first?
What damage should I look for following a storm?
Can flood damage cause mold?
How can I protect myself from hurricane or storm damage?
How long does it take to repair hurricane or storm damage?
How do I know if a restoration company is legit?
Hurricane and storm recovery is already stressful enough. The last thing anyone needs on their plate is to worry about falling prey to contractor fraud. While there is no tried and true method for spotting fraudulent contractors, here are a couple of methods from the National Center for the Prevention of Home Improvement Fraud (NCPHIF) that can prevent you from becoming the next victim of illegal contract work:
- DO NOT hire a contractor that’s going door to door and DO NOT hire them based on the low estimates that they provide. Additionally, ensure that all estimates include the same detail and descriptions for material and labor costs that are associated with the project. The estimate from our HBM Restoration team includes all of the necessary information regarding the project
- Be sure to obtain any contractor’s contact and business information that you come across, including: Exact business name as registered by the Secretary of State, the Contractor’s name, Business address and phone number along with the cell phone number of your direct contact, Website, Insurance Coverage information, their Business License Number, and their Contractor’s License number.
- If a contractor is missing any of this information, do not hire them. Our HBM Restoration team is expecting you to ask for all of this information
- Do not be afraid to ask any questions regarding the project. Our HBM Restoration team is more than happy to provide you answers even in the most troubling of times.
- When you do feel comfortable moving forward with a contractor, be sure to contact your insurance agent to verify that the contractor’s insurance coverage is valid before finalizing anything and DO NOT allow the contractor to file your insurance claim for you. The HBM Restoration team does work closely with you and your insurance company to ensure everything is properly filed and paid for, but ONLY to help you navigate through the insurance process.
- Always require a formal typed contract that should include: all contact information, license numbers, breakdown of labor and supplies, a full scope of work, guarantees or warranties on materials and workmanship, procedures for change orders, start and expected completion dates, payment plan based on stages of work completed, an exit clause, and a right to cancel. Moreover, DO NOT accept a handwritten contract or any contract that is missing any of the above items.