Trust Innovative Restorations
We've helped thousands of customers restore & remodel their homes to better-than-before condition.
As remodeling contractors, we can also help with your interior remodeling needs from one room to the whole house. In 2021 we completed about 200 bathroom renovations to help people make their bathroom safer for bathing with more accessible features like walk-in showers, Walk-in tubs, benches in the shower, and other safety features!
If you are looking for a bathroom remodeling company, we would love to help!
If you are experiencing mold or water damage in your home or business, we offer a free quote, work with your insurance carrier if applicable, and repairs made as well!
Restoration & Remodeling Services by Innovative Restorations
We provide full-service restoration services for customers facing water damage, fire damage, mold remediation, and more throughout the Crossville & Cookeville area.
Why Choose Innovative Restorations?
Background and Drug Tested
End-to-End Restoration Specialist
Residential & Commercial Services
Same-Day Response Time (60 Minutes or Less in some areas)
Innovative Restorations is not a franchise, we are locally owned, by the Kessie Family who live here in the upper Cumberland!
We serve people in the upper Cumberland from Cookeville, Sparta, Crossville, Livingston, Jamestown, Clarkrange, Crab Orchard, Rockwood, Harriman, Lenoir City, Knoxville, Clinton, Powell, Red boiling Springs, Tellico Village.
Awards and Affiliations of Innovative Restorations
24/7/365 Emergency Service
Services / Products
- Bathroom Remodeling
- Crawl Space Repair and Waterproofing
- Storm Damage
- Water Restoration
- Fire Restoration
- Mold Remediation
- Moisture Control
- Floor Cleaning
- Disaster Restoration
- Emergency Response
- Insurance Claim Assistance
Innovative Restorations is the go-to company in restoration in Crossville, Tennessee, with decades of experience in the field. For quality you can trust, our IICRC-certified experts adhere to industry-standard practices. In order to make the process as simple as possible for you, we provide emergency support around-the-clock and can communicate with your insurance company immediately.
Insurance coverage depends greatly on the circumstances. Levels and types of coverage will vary between policies from various companies. Having a copy of your policy on hand and calling your agent immediately with any inquiries is the easiest approach to determine whether your damage is covered.
When your home is damaged, it may be very stressful to be a homeowner and it can be challenging to know what to do. Will attempting to clean up by yourself be beneficial or only make matters worse? No matter what kind of damage you've sustained, as soon as it's safe for you to be there, you should start by taking pictures. The best course of action if you have water damage is to remove as much standing water as you can while you wait for assistance. Set your fans to begin drying items as soon as possible if you have any. They won't be sufficient to entirely dry the area, but they might lessen the likelihood of subsequent problems. It's preferable to leave damage from fire or mold alone until a professional can take care of it. When disturbed mold is cleaned improperly, it can spread spores throughout the house and increase fire damage.
The kind and extent of the damage will determine how long it takes for a proper restoration to take place. The drying process and removal of any salvageable materials typically take 5-7 days for a typical water damage project. Depending on the degree of the damage, mold remediation can take a few hours to several days. The most severe damage is brought on by fires, and cleanup can take weeks. Remember that these are all just estimates covering the job's restoration portion. The job's construction and rebuild phase, which involves putting everything back in its proper place, has its own distinct procedure and schedule.
Most water damage is covered by homeowner's insurance, but not all water damage is treated equally. Depending on the specifics of your insurance, there may be several exceptions to coverage. For this reason, it's wise to be familiar with your policy and contact your agent as soon as damage is reported.
You may reasonably feel confident that remediation will be successful if the inspection/assessment process was able to identify the source and cause of the mold growth. Inquire as to whether your repair specialist is IICRC-certified in "Applied Microbial Remediation." Before the area is sealed with a sealer or encapsulant to resist future mold development, you can also request a "post-remediation mold clearance" from a third-party mold inspector to re-test the area for any leftover signs of mold.
Proper home upkeep can stop a significant amount of water damage. Preventable damages can be avoided with the help of routine plumbing maintenance, sump pump maintenance, and appliance maintenance. Making your house winter-ready might also help you prevent damage if you live in a chilly region. Last but not least, to make sure water isn't accidentally leaking into your home, it's a good idea to routinely inspect the exterior of your property, especially your roof, for damage.