Brian Calderaro started his construction career in 1988 as an assistant for a residential and commercial HVAC company. After working a few years in the HVAC industry, he moved into residential remodeling. It was here that he learned the hands-on skills of being a tradesmen. Remodeling kitchens and baths was the focal point of his success in the industry. Brian did this for seven years until he made a move to the management side of the housing industry. He joined a leading residential builder in 1997, and it was in this award-winning environment where Brian learned the true value of the importance of exceptional customer service and quality craftsmanship.
For the next 11 years, Brian would excel at the management side of the housing market and became a top player in the home building industry. His company would win five J.D. Power awards during his tenure, in the fields of customer service and for quality workmanship. When the housing industry took a turn, he searched for a new challenge in a construction related field.
He joined the restoration industry in August of 2009. It is here where he was able to use his past experience to assist in an industry where the lives of others have been affected by misfortune. Starting as a project manager Brian closed over 4 million dollars of insurance claims between 2009 and 2011 with over a 98% referral rate. By relating to the customer’s every need, and building every home as if it was his own he was off to a great start in the restoration industry.
Since 2011 Brian has been performing his new role as Senior Estimator. He now concentrates his efforts in scoping out losses and adjusting insurance claims to make sure his clients are getting everything they deserve. Brian works with your adjuster throughout the process, and manages the estimate along with your assigned project manager from start to finish. Quality workmanship and Exceptional customer service are his highest priorities. Other fields he manages include Emergency Service, Contents restoration, and consulting services.