The Insurance Process in Collier, Lee, Manatee and Sarasota Counties

ServiceMaster Restoration by Wright has been assisting homeowners, business owners, condo associations, renters and facility managers in Collier, Lee, Manatee and Sarasota Counties for over 40 years. A leader in water and fire restoration and cleanup we are a preferred vendor for insurance companies.

We adhere to the IICRC standards and restore your property and peace of mind quickly. Our qualified team will assist you in keeping claims costs low while providing the highest of quality standards.

Our team can handle any size project and no restoration project is too big. We handle large commercial projects as well as residential projects.

Once you are given a claim number, you will find out who your adjuster that is assigned to your claim is. This will be your liaison to information regarding what services will be covered and the process in handling the deductible. We can also take care of this in house once a claim number has been provided.

We are a preferred vendor for insurance companies and follow their guidelines when providing services. As the homeowner or property manager you need to make sure you maintain a safe property and take action right away. We will begin services and communicate with your adjuster regarding the work that has been completed. We will also schedule a walk through with the adjuster and discuss the next steps.

When we arrive we will have a few documents for you to sign authorizing us to begin services. These documents will be uploaded into a system that is viewed by your insurance adjuster. We also upload an itemized estimate, sketches and pictures and make important notes regarding the services provided and next steps.

We can assist with the reconstruction of your property as well. We will provide your adjuster with a reconstruction scope.

You should be concerned about mold if you wait too long to get water damage mitigated. Mold starts to develop in the first 48 hours so it is important to take action right away.

If you wait too long to start repairs it would be considered neglect on your part and your insurance can deny your claim. If you develop mold it can be a serious health issue and insurance will not cover damage due to mold.