Property Damage Estimates

(954) 834-3247

Drawing from years of experience in the insurance claims industry and residential construction industry, General Estimating & Contracting, Inc. has the ability to provide you with a quality estimate and report that can help you obtain a fair and equitable settlement.   When accuracy and reliability is what your case needs, we can lead you in the right direction.  Have us be your residential construction estimator.

Our estimators will inspect within days of the assignment.  The estimate will be for like, kind and quality, for all damages resulting from the loss.  We have experience working with lawyers, public adjusters, insurance companies, remediation specialists and experts to cover every aspect of the claim.


General Estimating & Contracting will provide you with a quality Xactimate estimate

Our firm relies on G.E.C. to give us an unbiased accurate estimate of damages of our clients property. When we receive their reports we have a much clearer picture of what we are dealing with and how to proceed with the case. If we have any questions or need additional research done on a specific detail G.E.C. is only a click away
— Scott E. Kandell, Esq - Managing Partner Kandell and Kandell Attorneys at Law
G.E.C. has been a valuable resource for The Rain Law Firm
— Gabrial M. de las Salas, P.A. The Rain Law Firm
We have retained General Estimating and Contracting numerous times over the years. We always receive a fair, accurate and impartial evaluation that lets us know the strengths or weaknesses of a case. Oftentimes, knowing the weaknesses brings just as much value as the strengths. I would highly recommend G.E.C. as a loss consultant for any party involved in an insurance dispute looking to know the true value of a loss.
— Justin Petrie, Esq - Partner Kandell and Kandell Attorneys at Law

Xactimate is the industry leading software solution for property damage estimating.  During our inspection we will:

1. gather loss information;
2. photograph and diagram the structure;
3. select the related project costs;
4. review and verify the accuracy of the estimate; and
5. provide you with a copy.