Ace’s 5 – Final touches before installing the final touches to the stair trim and flooring. This job began at 4 a.m. and was worked through the day, seeing the regulars coming in and out for the 3 days it took to complete this project.
Ace’s 4 – Close up of the patching to make sure everything is properly done, level and safe, with measures taken to ensure a lesser damage in the event of another small flood. Customers tested out the work as we went on, so they could still utilize this popular booth.
Ace’s 3 – Our technician is patching up the repairs to the step and raiser of the new stair to this well-loved booth.
Ace’s 2 – Here, our two technicians are measuring for new lumber and to make sure that the stair area is level and level to the floor to ensure customer safety
Ace’s 1 – Emergency water damage caused by a leak in the restroom to the right of the booth. This is a “Hot Spot” booth with in a famous go to bar in SF. Work was done while the establishment was open, as its open hours are 6 a.m. until 2 a.m. The customers were able to enjoy their cocktail and amused by our technicians while they removed the flooring and stair up to the booth. Occasionally we would ask them to step away from the booth so we could tear out the damaged flooring and wood. The drinks on the table belong to the bar customers and were only consumed by the customers, much to their generous offers to buy the technicians drinks.
As a General Contractor specialized in Restoration Environmental and Reconstruction, my professional goal is to keep up with the ever-changing rules, regulations, and laws in the restoration industry. I continue to strive to make the property recovery process a positive and good experience for each client.
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