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Reconstruction & Repairs

Reconstruction & Repairs


CRBR manages every stage of the reconstruction process. Our Project Managers and their teams understand the complexity of construction planning, consulting, timelines and supervision after a disaster. Over the 50+ years in which CRBR has been rebuilding homes and businesses for our customers. We have found that HIGH COMMUNICATION and excellent customer service is the key that separates ourselves from the competition. We work closely with insurance companies and adjusters to expedite claims, especially in time-critical environments. Our goal is to restore property value entirely, control costs, limit business interruption and return you to your Home or business promptly.

Our Team

Our team will be there from start to finish, ensuring that the project meets your exact specifications. When you’re in need of home or office construction services, look no further than CRBR! CRBR is the premier choice for residential and commercial reconstruction services. We have the manpower and the equipment to handle any size project. No matter the size or complexity, CRBR has the expertise, knowledge, strength, size and commitment to handle any job.

When choosing a contractor…do they measure up?

1. Are they a licensed and bonded Contractor?
2. If needed ask to see the contractor’s license and a current photo ID.
3. What is their company Vision & Mission statement when it comes to customers and business’s they serve?
4. How long has the company been in business? Stability and finical strength?
5. Do the services you require align with the company’s main strengths?
6. What are their warranty and guarantee?
7. Does the contractor have workers compensation insurance for their employees?
8. Payment schedule; amounts, due dates, terms and types of payments options available.
9. Get a written agreed upon contract and don’t sign anything until you completely understand the terms and conditions.
10. What are their administration process and capacity? Don’t let payments get ahead of work. Keep records of payments or request timelines and documentation.
11. Keep a job file of all papers relating to your project, and ask for copies of documentation you should have available upon request.
12. Don’t make the final payment until you are satisfied with the job. Do they have a process to ensure your input and ultimate satisfaction on the completion of the job?

-Full-Service Restoration Company under one CRBR roof. Mitigation & Reconstruction.
-5 locations covering Northern California and Reno, Nevada.
-Over 100 professionally background checked employees who proudly wear the CRBR Brand
-Financial strength. Insurance Certifications.
-Extensive CRBR locally owned equipment inventory.
-Timely access to additional equipment when needed for large scale jobs.
-Flexibility to work hand in hand with customers based on their business needs and timelines.
-Construction, Reconstruction, Historical Reconstruction, and Restoration, From reconstruction to repairs, we’re here to help you rebuild from the ground up.
-CRBR maintains substantial Liability Insurance (policies) that afford protection for our customers.
-General Liability, Automobile Liability and Workers Compensation. CRBR is Bonded and Licensed as well.
-California State Contractors License: #689238, and Nevada State Contractors License: #0079557.

We are also financially sound with over 50 plus years of doing business “RITE” in the North State. We have the financial strength to take on large loss projects that require an extensive payment period.

-Structurally and visually soundboard up / site containment / temporary shoring
-Analysis for quantitative values of various contaminants (such as asbestos)
-Required Demolition Industry understanding of code enforcement policies.
– Access to structural engineering and architectural planning
– In-house staff to work with city and county building departments and inspectors
-Complete construction management of all stages for reconstruction; interior and exterior
-Finished carpentry and painting
-Punch list and checklist review to ensure quality
-A signed Certification of completion, which is our customer’s final acceptance of completed work to their satisfaction.

Emergency Board up services

CRBR is on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 Days a year to respond to emergency Board up calls. CRBR can dispatch a work crew that has experience in dealing with residential and commercial properties of all sizes. We offer Professional board up services that secure your home or business from further vandalism, intruders and weather conditions. Additionally, our crews can set up temporary Fencing if required. We have the equipment and resources to board up residential properties, commercial properties, high-rise hotels, government offices, churches, hospitals and more.

We can efficiently board up:

-Doors and windows
-Areas of Access
-Garage Doors
-Large Bay
-Windows Roofs

What do I do if my property tests positive for Asbestos?

Asbestos can be a very hazardous fiber when disturbed, especially in construction. Because of the potentially harmful nature, Cal/OSHA has strict requirements regarding its handling and removal. In fact, Cal/OSHA regulates all asbestos handling, regardless of the setting. Even small amounts removed by a homeowner are governed and must follow strict transportation and disposal requirements. Asbestos abatement or removal does not require an asbestos certification if the total area affected is less than 100 square feet; however, an uncertified contractor who removes asbestos is subject to fines of up to $25,000 a day if the detailed regulations are ignored. (Asbestos in Construction Standard, Title 8 California Code of Regulations, section 1529). If you are renting the property, the owner must disclose to the tenant that Asbestos is present. The tenant can withhold rent or hold the Property owner responsible for health issues related to the Asbestos while living at the property. Another critical reason why you should have it done professionally to minimize your chances of exposure once disturbed. When you hire a licensed contractor, make sure the individual has all of the appropriate abatement tools, training, licensing, and certification necessary to comply with state law, so you, your tenants or employees are not inadvertently exposed to asbestos fibers. It is important to have a certified contractor like CRBR handle any issues and give you options in situations that involve Asbestos for everyone’s safety.

What do I do if my property tests positive for Lead?

Lead is a highly toxic metal that may cause a range of health problems, especially in young children. When lead is absorbed into the body, it can cause damage to the brain and other vital organs, like the kidneys, nerves, and blood. If your home was built pre-1978, it might have lead based paints present. Anytime you cut, sand or disturb surfaces painted with lead paint, even if layers of newer paint cover the paint, you risk creating hazardous lead dust environment. You can reduce the possibility of lead exposure by having a trained and certified lead abatement contractor remove the lead from the area. CRBR technicians have been trained in special methods to minimize dust and clean up thoroughly to reduce the chance of lead contamination. CRBR is an EPA Lead-Safe Certified Firm (NAT-30423-2) https://www.epa.gov/lead