Structural damage can pose many risks if left uncorrected. A complete survey and documentation of structural damage is the first step in planning for repairs or replacement.
Insurance claims often benefit by having the damage fully documented who understands the structural ramifications of the damage.
A typical damage investigation consists of:
- Site visit to fully measure, photograph and document the existing conditions.
- Determination of the possible extent of hidden or continuing damage.
- Preparation of a comprehensive report itemizing the damage and providing general recommendations for proper repairs.
- Determination of probable construction costs.