Our Storm Restoration Story

Superstorm Restoration began as a fledgling construction company in 1998. It was a dream instilled in our bloodline from the farm fields of north-central Iowa. We took the passion of weather, combined it with the work ethic and knowledge earned through years of experience in the new construction trades of carpentry.

In the fall of 2011, a severe hail storm hit our personal neighborhood, and we quickly noticed the lack of contractors that could help us understand all aspects of our insurance claim. In our discovery, we noticed that contractors were more interested in the "retail" aspect of the work, and very few actively pursued the painstaking insurance process.

We searched the Midwest for the finest and most qualified individuals putting together a team to protect our families from these events. Creating a team from Missouri, Colorado, and Iowa, we have come together with a combined 120 years of construction experience from commercial and residential construction to handyman services. Our team has one goal in mind: teaching and educate families, protecting them from the unscrupulous contractors, and to walk them through the proper insurance process. We simply take the proper steps to make sure your property is completely restored to both your insurance and mortgage companies requirements.

Dedicated, Experienced and Trustworthy Roofing

With our experience in the claims process and through fine-tuning, patience, and a passion to help families, we came up with Superstorm Restoration's streamlined system. Today, we use state of the art technology both in the field and in the office to serve families on each and every project. Our team has spent hours in class learning the process of an insurance claim, creating a process that is easy for families to follow. Our approach is unique in that it prioritizes teaching and educating families. We want to take care of your family.

Process Driven Professionals

  1. We inspect your property for free
  2. We will provide you options in the claim process
  3. File your claim
  4. Adjuster assessment
  5. Color and material selections
  6. Production
  7. Final inspection