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Past reconstruction projects included fire damaged, mold damaged, water damaged, storm damaged, smoke damaged, and vandalized properties. Reconstruction teams also routinely handle kitchen and bathroom remodels, tenant finish out as well as basement finish out praojects. Due to the successful completion of numerous remodeling and rebuilding jobs, the company developed emergency response programs with churches and schools throughout the Dallas Fort Worth area. These public and private entities depend on Dalworth Restoration’s help in disaster events.
Reconstruction and rebuild solutions include:
Pitney Bowes – Complete Demolition and Debris Removal Project
Piney Bowes is a world leader in mail management and document solutions. Following a fire in their Grand Prairie facility, the extensive demolition and debris cleanup work took seven weeks and several reconstruction crews to complete.
Summit is a local, Dallas Fort Worth printing company that creates marketing material for clients. The growth and expansion of operations necessitated the conversion of some warehouse space into office as well as production space. New construction, electrical wiring, fire sprinkler system, new air conditioning system, and new flooring was accomplished on a very short schedule and was implemented thoughtfully and carefully, with no negative impact to Summit’s business activities.
This project was a reconstruction of an existing 3200 square foot home due to fire and water damage. The house caught fire on account of an electrical mishap and was further damaged when firefighters extinguished the fire with massive quantities of water. The fire, which began in the upstairs bedroom, quickly spread to other areas in the house, namely the hallway and bonus room. These rooms were completely totaled as a result of the fire and had to be finished out. Reconstruction work involved reframing, putting up sheetrock, painting, tiling, and installing a new shower and vanity. Additionally, crews reframed part of the roof and installed new gutters. Since there was extensive damage to the staircase, Dalworth Restoration also had to replace it along with the handrail.
The exterior of the residence was damaged as well. Reconstruction crews had to remove fire damaged bricks and replace them with stone, since the existing brick was discontinued. Fortunately, Dalworth Restoration’s design team came up with a stone replacement the homeowners loved. The colors and patterns were matched beautifully for new flooring as well, which included tile, wood and carpet. The interior was then painted with a specially requested custom application, adding glitter to the paint. In the dining room and formal living area, the paint was rolled over the wall along with faux finishing. The customers were pleased with the work and their experience with Ken, their project manager.