Restoration

When disaster strikes, HAGGERTY is there to help. The threat of fire, flood, wind damage, burglary, or even vehicle damage is lurking and ever-present—which is why it’s good to have a friend in restoration. HAGGERTY has a vast amount of experience working with insurance agencies and adjusters, and we understand the urgency of getting you back into your business or home. We’ll get you back on your feet and even stronger than when you started.

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FIRE AND SMOKE

A fire can majorly disrupt operations, and it can be a long time before things return to normal. At HAGGERTY, we’re experts in assessing property damage from fire and remediating damage due to smoke. Although fire can be one of the most terrifying setbacks for a business, HAGGERTY is there to lend a hand.

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STORM, FLOOD, AND WATER

Whether it’s a storm, flood, or broken pipe, water can do a surprising amount of damage to your property. HAGGERTY’S restoration professionals can help you get dried out, cleaned up, and back to business.

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VEHICLE IMPACT DAMAGE

We can’t predict the future to avoid accidents so it’s good to know Haggerty will be there when you need them. From minor damage to structural and foundation repair, Haggerty’s team of experts have you covered.

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VANDALISM AND BURGLARY

Vandalism and burglary can leave your hopes shattered. HAGGERTY wants to help our clients pick up the pieces—and reinforce their infrastructure in order to prevent further break-ins. 

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EMERGENCY SERVICE

Disaster is never convenient—and always a major setback. Let us help ease the burden of an emergency with our quick response time and constant availability. HAGGERTY is available whenever you need us, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

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How to Prevent a Fire on Your Property

How to Prevent a Fire on Your Property Property fires are a devastating thing to deal with. Inventory can be lost, beloved storefronts burned, and employee jobs terminated in a moment. According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), there were over 33,000 workplace fires from 2013–2017 that totalled up to $1.5 billion in property Continue Reading