Stormfixer.com Goes Online To Bring ‘Sunshine After A Storm’
11/26/2010

A new website has debuted online to emerge as a top-notch portal of best information resources about ways to get the fastest and most reliable fix following a hail, wind, tornado or flood damage.

Online PR News – 26-November-2010 – – A new website has debuted online to emerge as a top-notch portal of best information resources about ways to get the fastest and most reliable fix following a hail, wind, tornado or flood damage.

Stormfixer.com has gone live and is now easily accessible online to provide one-stop-shop information and database of leading contractors that property owners and insurance companies can tap for reliable repair and rebuilding work.

Primarily set-up as a contractor finder service, the site focuses on providing unmatched customer support by offering the best insights to property owners who usually end up rushing to a decision after being pushed around by fly-by-night contractors or storm chasers.

“Homeowners need not go through another round of beating after already being torn apart by hurricanes and natural disasters by avoiding the imminent dangers of man-made calamities wrought by storm chasers,” says Mark Helton, founder and CEO of Stormfixer.com.

Helton stressed that homeowners ought to be informed about getting help with home rebuilding and repairs in order to avoid the pitfalls of dealing with storm chasers that may just end up with shoddy repair work that could cost homeowners more.

“We have to be in this for the client, we aren’t just another lead generation company. There are enough lead services for contractors and someone has to step up and make sure these people (the client) are being taken cared of by the contractors,” he said.

According to Helton, his site mostly handles project requests from clients for storm damage repairs and matches homeowners geographically with a qualified contractor that provides the services needed.

Targeting homeowners, commercial property owners and managers, insurance adjusters and companies, as well as property and asset managers and banks, Stormfixer.com works a step further by forwarding profiles of contractors to the clients and helping educate them.

A prospective client can access information resources made available through the site by sending queries to its private database in order to be matched automatically to contractors. Currently, the site is in the process of establishing a back-end system, with many other great tools and educational material for its clients.

Helton said most of the similar services currently being offered in the industry are nothing more than a directory service, which lists contractors by category and leaves it up to the homeowner to find the help they need. “Ours proactively seeks a perfect match in our system that has already been pre screened.”

“There is always sunshine after every storm, and by taking our relationship with each client seriously, we stand committed to bringing hopes to every damaged property or home,” Helton concluded.