Restoration Process

It is important to note the following:
Emergency protocols require that after a fire, flood or lightning strike, the property or damaged area of the building be de-energized. This is usually done by the fire department or the power company.
Demolition, if necessary will be provided by the restoration company prior to Endure’s arrival on site.
Endure can restore temporary power to the project if required.

Our process has been honed over many years and has become integral to the success of the projects we work on and the customer relationships we develop,
Underlying each step is an adherence to forthright communications, respect, and a commitment to the integrity of the project.


  1. Initial meeting to discuss project requirements, scope and expectations.
  2. Meeting with Insurance Company Adjuster to determine coverage and appropriate outcomes.
  3. System Design.
  4. Incorporate any new elements and upgrades to meet current building code standards.
  5. Meeting to review the proposal, receiving full documentation and a clear understanding of work, costs involved and timelines.
  6. Proposal is approved.
  7. Apply for necessary permits.
  8. Product selection and procurement.


  1. Install electrical wiring
  2. Install pre-wiring for all systems

Post-wall construction

  1. Installation of fixtures and electronic components takes place after walls are enclosed and painted.
  2. Schedule inspections and receive approvals


  1. Conduct system testing.
  2. Receive project inspections and approvals.
  3. Initiate warranty procedures.
  4. Final site meeting, provide equipment tutorials, receive customer approval.


  1. Assess project success: analyse project plan against actual results (time, budget, issues management)
  2. Continuous improvement: apply key learnings to staff training and future projects.

Learn more about each of our specific processes below:

Commercial Process
Residential Process
Automation Process