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Need a Restoration Contractor in Frederick County?

Restoration Contractor Frederick CountyWater: it is one of the building blocks of life. We need water to survive. Heck, are bodies are 60-75% water. Still, there are some situations where water is an unwelcome site, like when it is coming from a burst pipe or leaky roof. Water damage! According to the Farmers Insurance Group, 90% of household damage is the result of water and flooding. Yikes! Between 2007 and 2009 alone, water accounted for $9.1 billion in annual homeowner policy property losses. So it should come as no surprise that the American Insurance Association says “water damage claims have been growing faster than other components of homeowners insurance.”

Has your Frederick County home suffered water damage? If so, you need a Restoration Contractor. And you need him fast.

Handy Andy: a Frederick County Restoration Contractor

Water damage can leave your home in shambles. Even after the source of the issue is fixed and all standing water is removed, the aftermath of water damage remains. Do you have a hole in your ceiling? Is your drywall crumbling in front of your eyes? Is your paint peeling, flaking, or fading in certain spots? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you need a restoration contractor. You need Andy Lofstrand.

Better known in home improvement circles as Handy Andy, Andy Lofstrand is a remodeling contractor with more than 27 years in the business. Andy can handle everything from drywall and plaster repair to painting, wall paper removal, and so much more!

While other professional restoration contractors may be happy with just getting the job done, Andy goes the extra mile to ensure his clients are completely satisfied with their projects.

“I hold myself to the highest standards of professionalism in all work.” –Andy

If you have any questions about hiring a Restoration Contractor in Frederick County, please contact Andy Lofstrand by calling (301) 639-6879 or email Andy.Lofstrand@gmail.com. You can also follow Handy Andy on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Pinterest for home improvement tips and tricks.