Why Us
Our mission is simple - to be the best contractor for our customers.  First and foremost we are servants.  Whether the project is an insurance reconstruction, large-scale remodel, or other improvement, we prepare all our own estimates and we do not charge a fee for estimates.  We do NOT require a contract up front from a customer before we write any estimate either, even on large fire damaged homes or after a hailstorm.  Relating to insurance claim projects, when your insurance company writes an estimate, we are happy to review it.  If its correct, we can work right off their estimate. If it's not correct, we have the expertise to solve the matter professionally and quickly.  No unnecessary issues, no delays, and no additional stress.  It's that simple!  
  • We are a local contractor, born and raised in North Texas
  • We don't use high pressure sales
  • We rely on referrals from clients
  • We're professional without costing more  
  • We write our own estimates
  • We can also work from the adjuster's estimate when their scope is correct
  • We are insured and can provide a certificate upon request
  • We do what we say we will do! 

Trent is a 1986 graduate of the University of North Texas where he studied real estate and insurance.  After graduation, he accepted a position at State Farm Insurance as a field property adjuster.  He was responsible for homeowners, commercial, and liability claims.  He also served in their catastrophe unit and arson/fraud investigation unit.  After leaving State Farm he held different positions including CEO of a fire and water reconstruction company, independent adjuster, agent, and property insurance trainer.  He has trained insurance adjusters (for insurers) since 2008.  He has spoken on various topics across the country at several conferences for both the insurance and restoration industry. He has created various webinars too for the insurance industry (and some are still on the internet today).  He has also been a guest lecturer at UNT and UTD.  Trent has been married to his wife, Heather, for almost 25 years and they have 3 children.  He is very active in his community having coached youth baseball and basketball.