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Not sure if those was the best place to post, but wanted to share my experience with a local restoration company in hopes that others can learn from it.
tldr - get your own insurance adjuster, avoid the restoration companies.

The full story is here.

Note to mods: I have no ads on my blog, nothing to gain from posting here. Can post the entire story verbatim in here if preferable.
 

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I’m not clicking your link.

Are you a contractor? If not, it doesn’t belong on this forum no matter what’s in it.

And it’s generally considered poor form around here to sign up just to bag on some company that you don’t like.

2 sides to every story and all. 👍
 

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I’m not clicking your link.

Are you a contractor? If not, it doesn’t belong on this forum no matter what’s in it.

And it’s generally considered poor form around here to sign up just to bag on some company that you don’t like.

2 sides to every story and all. 👍
That's fair and understandable. I tried to provide sufficient evidence to my story. You're more than welcome to question me, I'm also happy to discuss it with you. If it doesn't belong here I apologize. I'll let the mods decide if they want to delete it and will accept the outcome.

Have a great evening!
 

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