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Many of our local families, friends and neighbors, sustained damage to their home or business during hurricane Harvey.
Amongst the water-logged and musty debris, there is a local business that could very well be your neighbor. Hallmark Mitigation and Construction is a trust-worthy team, ready to assist with your water mitigation (demo & sanitization) and reconstruction needs. They are a full-service Commercial Mitigation & Construction company, that is also mitigating damage to residential structures.
Hallmark Mitigation & Construction, LLC. is locally-owned and managed by Jon and Terra Hallmark. Together they reside in Forest Cove, grew up and graduated in Kingwood and maintain an office in Humble. They boast 26 total years of construction experience, 12 of those as a construction expert for various insurance companies and 11 of those years helping customers recover from disaster. That said, they are familiar with both commercial and personal structures and the challenges that can arise with each type of building.
They do not normally work on residential structures; however, “Due to so many of their neighbors’ and friends’ homes flooding, they have expanded their service to include the proper mitigation of damage to homes. They have mitigated, rebuilt and restored everything from hospitals, schools, auto manufacturing facilities, to high-rise buildings and even malls.
When asked what homeowners can do to make rebuilding a smoother process, he further replied, “Once your home or business has been dried, cleaned and sanitized, we recommend having an Independent Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) come perform air and swab tests for laboratory testing before reconstruction. This will help insure all these microscopic concerns are removed.” You can contact Hallmark Mitigation & Construction for recommended CIH contact information.
If you have a commercial building that was damaged and you are ready to rebuild, call Hallmark Mitigation and Construction. Their planning and scheduling skills were honed by providing complicated summertime school retrofits, emergency damage mitigation and reconstruction projects. With fixed start and finish dates, it taught them to continuously review the plans for potential conflicts, lead time challenges and subcontractor weaknesses.
When it comes to their clients' building needs, they know one size does not fit all! Every structure, schedule, contract and delivery method is analyzed to make sure they are giving each customer the best option for their need, all to achieve the same end goal, a client for life!
In the months and years to come or to provide an alternate means of contacting this business, you may also call Hallmark by dialing 832-777- 1525 and asking for either Jon or Terra Hallmark. The address of their office is 20550 Townsend Boulevard Suite 2-204; Humble, TX 77338.
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