Tri-Town Construction is your go-to company after a storm.
- Home grown and here to stay.
- Storm chasers are here today and gone tomorrow.
- If it blows it down we can make it like new.
- If it burns it down we can make it like new.
- If it floods it we can make it like new.
- If it’s covered by insurance, we know.
- We are storm tested and proven in a crisis.
- We are prepared, trained, and equipped to weather any storm.
- We are your neighbor, this is our community, together we will rebuild.
Storms are a fact of life in Southwest Florida.
Hurricane Irma in 2017 left devastation in its wake. Many home and business owners were not prepared to deal with the level of destruction and the extensive repairs required.
In Southwest Florida we can also experience floods, fire, thunderstorms and lightning, and even tornadoes.
Tri-Town’s rapid response to your needs and our insurance expertise give relief when you need repairs. But we also advise that you have a to-do list well before storm season arrives. Being prepared will make your repair process smooth.
Be prepared with this helpful links and tips.
Advance planning is key. If we are close to storm season or if a storm is bearing down, it’s too late to change your insurance policy. Plan ahead.
Check your policy for what’s included and what’s not, and ensure storm surge, wind and flood damage are covered.
Photograph or videotape your personal property with cost, dates of purchase and serial numbers if appropriate. This is an extremely important step as your insurance company will want proof of your belongings’ value.
Report damage to your insurance company immediately. Keep your claim number nearby as you will need it for Tri-Town or if you need to contact your insurance company again.
Photograph your damage before you make temporary repairs in case the insurance company minimizes the extent of the damage.
Opportunistic contractors from outside the area often do not understand South Florida’s strict construction codes and can take advantage of owners by price gouging. Work with a local, experienced, licensed company like Tri-Town.
Stock up on food, water, batteries and other necessary items for your storm survival kit, especially if you ride out the storm at home. You can also stay at a shelter. Some accommodate people with special needs or pets.