We’ll Put Things Right!
REE-Construction/First General Idaho is an IICRC Certified, licensed and bonded full-service property damage restoration contractor with over 30 years experience in emergency, restoration, reconstruction and related services in southern Idaho.
We fix, repair and restore damage to homes and businesses with storm damage, water damage as well as provide water damage restoration, water damage cleanup and water damage repair services in Boise, Meridian, Nampa, Emmett, Star, Eagle, Kuna, Mountain Home, Caldwell, throughout southern Idaho and surrounding areas 24/7.REE-Construction/First General Idaho's Guarantee to You.
Time is not your friend after a water damage. The longer water sits, the more likely that permanent damage to your home and your personal property will occur. A timely water damage emergency service response to remove the bulk and cleanup excess water from the finishes, assemblies and personal property in your home is designed to stop the damage process. This is often the difference to make the likelihood of successful restoration of your property and a prompt return to normal a reality.Read More »
Mitigation begins at the time help arrives at your home and continues thought out dry down of your home and personal property. Careful inspection by a competent water damage restoration contractor and their water damage specialists will discern the amount of moisture remaining after the initial response and proper drying methods and equipment that should be deployed to insure a thorough and complete drying plan is executed and prevent secondary damage or complications from unwanted mold .Read More »
Once the initial cleanup and dry down are complete, the scope of a professional property damage restoration process can be prepared and damage repairs can begin. This may involve decisions about repair or replacement of finishes and personal property and your damage restoration contractor should become your trusted advisor as to what is and isn’t restorable to a pre-loss condition.Read More »