If it’s dirty, wet, or damaged… We clean, dry, and fix it!

For most people, a property loss or a disaster is a once in a lifetime experience—one you never wanted to face.


Who to trust? What to do? How long does it take? The cost? Dealing with an insurance company on a loss and making sure insurance coverage takes care of it all. These questions—and more that you have; are what we base our business on.


Recovery Construction is a turnkey service provider for any type of disaster or loss that occurs whether industrial, commercial, or residential. Simply, if your building is dirty, wet or damaged we clean, dry and fix it.

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Benefits:

  • Proven and accurate cost estimates
  • Assurance that your project will be complete on time and within budget
  • Single point of contact
  • Experienced technical team certified in local building codes and American
  • State of the art construction equipment
  • Extensive experience dealing with multiple parties and complex issues

We are the Only Restoration Professionals that are ISO CERTIFIED!!!

For most people, a property loss or a disaster is a once in a lifetime experience - one you never wanted to face.


Who to trust? What to do? How long does it take? The cost? Dealing with and insurance company on a loss and making sure insurance coverage takes care of it all. These questions - and more that you have; are what we base our business on.


We are the only ISO CERTIFIED restoration company in Michigan.


Recovery Construction is a full-service provider for any type of disaster or loss that occurs whether industrial, commercial, or residential. Simply, if your building is dirty, wet or damaged we clean, dry and fix it.


Our customers reaffirm our fervor for outstanding customer service by providing us an average score of 97% for customer satisfaction over the last five years. Our ISO compliant procedures focus on what our customers really want - to return to pre-loss condition. We are the only ISO Certified insurance restoration provider in the state of Michigan.


Recovery Construction employees and technicians are trained in all facets of a loss - from working with the insurance companies and their adjusters to damages that Mother Nature throws at you: wind and storm, fire and smoke, water and mold, contents, and all aspects of large loss.


Whether your need is to restore a building, to remove debris, or to inventory, pack up and store your contents or any of our two dozen specialty services, the goal is always the same - to meet or exceed your expectations and for you to be gratified with your choice of Recovery Construction as your disaster response team.


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  • Sump Pumps can save your home!

    An often overlooked appliance in your home is your sump pump. Most home owners don’t pay enough attention to their sump pump and its mechanical health. There are many types of sump pumps, from backup pumps, single, and dual pumps. Each having their own Pro’s and Con’s, all of which need some care similar to each other. Here is a short list that can keep your sump pump in business.

    • Regularly (at least once per year) Check the health of your sump pump, you can do this by pouring a 5 gallon bucket filled with water into your crock. The sump pump should pump the water out as soon as it is over the float threshold. Listen Carefully to how the sump pump sounds, and pay attention to how quickly it pumps the water out. Slow water removal could indicate a blockage.
    • Use a socket power meter to test the power from the socket. You can get these at Home Depot for about 12 dollars.
    • Check all the cords and cord fasteners for rips, tears, and fraying. If you discover any of these, then it’s time for a replacement.
    • Have an Electrician regularly check your electrical panel for the sump pump breaker or fuse health.
    • Finally, contact your insurance carrier and ask about your sump pump rider coverage and its limits.

    These few tips can help you save the time, money, and agony of a sump pump failure. You should also contact a local restoration company and ask if there are any specific issues relative to your regional area that you should be concerned about.

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