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Professional service from start to finish


Many contractors will only touch one part of the restoration process. Since RestPro is licensed as a general contractor we are able to take your restoration project from start to finish and help you navigate the insurance claims process along the way.

Comprehensive Construction Services

  • Demolition and Site Prep

  • Framing and Finish Carpentry

  • Drywall, Plaster and Finishing

  • Roofing, Siding and Exteriors

  • Interior and Exterior Painting

  • Flooring - Carpet, Hardwood, Tile, Laminate and More

  • Electrical, Plumbing, and HVAC

  • Post-Construction Cleanup

  • Punch List and Handy Work


To begin the restoration process, our professional staff will meet with you to assess your needs and receive your valuable input. We will then meet with your insurance adjuster to develop the scope of work and produce an estimate you can trust, using Xactimate, the estimating software endorsed by contractors and insurance companies alike.

You will be assigned a project manager, who will oversee and supervise the work and keep you updated as the restoration progresses. The project manager will keep your job on schedule and within budget, and communicate with you on a regular basis.

MN License # BC-396147

Ask These Questions

As a property owner, you have the right to choose your own contractor, but before you allow anyone to work on your home be sure to ask these questions.

Are you licensed and insured?

Most restoration work in the State of Minnesota requires the contractor to have an active license with the state and be insured to protect their customers and employees. Hiring an unlicensed or insured contractor can mean costly delays and potential legal issues.

Do you have experience with insurance claims?

A common issue many contractors without restoration experience encounter is an inability to navigate the world of insurance claims and mortgage lenders. Make sure your contractor knows what they are getting themselves into.

What type of warranty do you offer?

Not all contractors are willing to stand by their work. Worse, some will promise warranty repairs verbally and not follow through. Be sure to get a reasonable warranty in writing before agreeing to terms.

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