Let’s get you back in business

Titan Construction is your go-to company when you have a pressing need to maintain business operations after a devastating event. When a commercial business, whether a fabricating plant, warehouse, retail store, office, or a big-box enterprise cannot remain open because of a natural disaster, structural failure or unexpected  water, fire or mold emergency, rely on Titan Restoration Construction to get you “back in business” as soon as possible.

Every commercial emergency has its own set of unique circumstances that must be resolved. We rapidly dispatch a Titan inspector(s) to assess the damage, and develop a comprehensive action plan to re-open your doors as expediently, and as economically as possible. We realize that time is money and customer loyalty can be a fleeting commodity; our efforts are directed to limit your expenses while minimizing the timeline to completion of the rebuild project. We have extensive experience in working with insurance companies and adjusters, employing the industry standard Xactimate System, to achieve a fair and equitable conclusion to your claim. We will assist with the claim, bill directly your agency, relieving you of unwanted stress and allowing you to focus on your business needs.

fast restoration and reconstruction

Sudden business emergency closings can result in total commercial failure at worst, or fast restoration and reconstruction to mitigate loss of revenue at best. Titan Restoration Construction is well positioned to remedy catastrophic damage caused from natural disasters like storms, floods, and fires. Our project manager’s handle large-scale rebuilds down to small restoration jobs. With over 10 years experience in the local market, industry leading equipment and highly trained personnel, we can surpass your expectations and make it our business to keep you in business.

If your commercial property suffers any type of damage, from a sprinkler system malfunction to a car driving in to your salon, call us for a fast professional response.