Water damage flooring insurance claim
I recently had water damage to my condo flooring and the insurance originally sent Belfor restoration to do the estimate. I read their reviews online and decided against using them for the repairs. However I've called a few other restoration companies and they all advised that they don't do repairs unless they perform the initial emergency services. My question is whether it would be safe to use a general contractor to have the repairs done? My concern is if there is any mold build up underneath the laminate/carpet, whether a general contractor would be able to sufficiently clean it, although from my understanding Belfor contracts the repairs out to a general contractor anyways.