How it works
Describe Your Project
Answer a few quick questions about your restoration and an experienced Renovation Advisors will get back to you.
Get Connected With Verified Contractors
Our Perfect Match tool will find you up to three contractors verified through our exclusive 53-point Verification Process.
Choose Your Best Contractor
Review competing bids and select the best contractor to get started, knowing we are there for you throughout your project.
What Determines the Cost of a Disaster Restoration?
Many factors affect the cost of a restoration, such as
- The extent and type of damage
- The materials you want to replace
- How quickly you want the project completed
You can find yourself paying anywhere from $10,000 for small damage to $75,000+ for large projects
Your Personal Assistant
A dedicated Renovation Advisors is assigned to your restoration project. Your Advisor will be there to schedule appointments, help you understand quotes, provide you with a Verification Report for each contractor, and support you until your renovation is complete.
“When disaster strikes, you want life to return to normal as quickly as possible. Let me help.”
“I’m so impressed with this service! They’re very professional and the service is really personalized compared to other similar companies. Highly recommended!”
“ We received excellent assistance with work for which we didn’t know any contractors; it was reassuring and helpful.”
“ I’m very happy with the service I received from Tristan Allard. He found a great contractor for my renovation project and the results are spectacular. Thank you.”
“Five-star service from Marilène Patenaude.”
“Very good service. My project is still in progress, but from the start I’ve received invaluable assistance from Tristan Allard.”
“Fast, efficient, and reliable service.”
“I would like to thank Adèle Orsini for her support during the work that was done on my first home. It made me feel confident and I won’t hesitate to do business with RenoAssistance again!”
“very satisfied with the contractor that was recommended to us. The quality of the work is outstanding.”
“We appreciated the speed of service and the quality of the contractors presented. The follow-up was thorough and courteous. We’re glad we trusted RenoAssistance – highly recommended.”
“Dealing with Guylaine Beauchemin is amazing. She’s very patient and professional and always gives the best recommendations. She’s also very quick to follow up. I would recommend her to any of my family or friends. Thank you, Guylaine!”
Best Restoration Contractors
We want your restoration to run smoothly, which is why we only work with highly qualified professionals.
At RenoAssistance, all of our contractors are thoroughly vetted through our exclusive 53-point Verification Process.
Our goal is to provide you with a successful renovation from start to finish. We will have up to three contractors bid on your project to ensure you are getting the best value. We will also provide you with a Verification Report for each contractor, so you can relax knowing your project is in good hands.
What a restoration contractor can assist you with
- Demolition and removal of damaged areas
- Structural repair
- New drywall, taping, and painting
- New flooring
- Installing the vanity, cupboards, and other furnishings
- Finishing touches
Preparing your Home for Spring: What to Check
Renovating Your Home for Resale
Choosing a Contractor: When Is The Time To Start Planning?
Outdoor Kitchen: 7 Tips For A Great Space
How to Protect Your House from Iron Ochre
Water Infiltration: Preventing Your Home from Damages
Our Renovation Guide
What you will learn from the guide:
- Important questions to ask your contractor
- How to reduce your risk
- How to save time and money
- And more answers to your questions!
Frequently asked questions
Is it mandatory to use our insurer’s contractor?
For renovations and reconstruction you are under no obligation to do business with the contractors recommended by your insurer. On the contrary, it’s in your best interest to gather quotes for your post-disaster renovations to see what each contractor can offer you and then choose the best one for your needs. Even if you’re not the one paying the bill in the end, it’s best to compare, since some will offer you more than others.
When should I clean up after a flood?
The quicker the better — as soon as the water recedes. First pump the water from the house, then clean all surfaces and remove furniture and water-damaged materials to avoid contamination and mold. If you wish, from this point you can hire a contractor to carry out the work.
What type of expert can assess post-disaster damage?
“I am here to help get your project completed quickly and on budget.”