Common Causes of Water Damage in the Winter

Water damage in homes is a hassle at any time of the year, but it can be especially troublesome during the winter when dropping temperatures make certain home features more fragile and prone to letting in unwanted water. Florida water damage restoration can be inconvenient and time-consuming, so it’s smart to take preventive measures and regularly inspect the house for signs of potential trouble.

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Worried Man Calling Plumber While Leakage Water Falling Into Bucket At Home

Frozen Pipes

Bursting frozen pipes is one of the most talked about causes of water damage. When temperatures drop significantly during the winter, pipes are at risk of freezing, especially those in the most exposed areas of the home such as garages, sheds, crawl spaces and attics. Pressure builds inside frozen pipes, which can lead to cracks and ruptures that can cause floods. Make sure you shield exposed pipes from the cold by wrapping them with insulating tape, tubular sleeves or old towels. Moreover, if a freeze is forecast, leave faucets lightly dripping to relieve some pressure and open the cabinets under sinks to allow warm air from inside the home to circulate around the pipes. If your pipes have burst, call a professional for water extraction. The sooner the water is drained out, the better the chance of salvaging items.

Clogged Gutters

Sometimes water damage sneaks into your home in slower and less noticeable ways than pipes bursting violently. For instance, water or ice dams can form on top of roofs after precipitation. Leaves and other debris can accumulate during fall and winter and clog gutters, sending water pouring down the side of the house or under the roof. You may want to clean the gutters at least once this season. Also, if there is a freeze, ice may form on the roof and obstruct runoff into gutters. Pooling water can then seep into the house through shingles and sub-roofing and cause water damage in rarely visited areas of houses, such as attics. To reduce risk, conduct a water damage inspection in every room of your house at least once each year.


Early water leak detection can make a big difference in the extent of the water damage and repairs. Water can leak into homes through roofs, walls and various fixtures. We recommend giving your house leak checkups at least once a year, inspecting all water supply lines and appliances. Look for signs of wear and tear in washing machine hoses, hot water heaters, refrigerators, freezers, ice machines and any other appliances that may leak. You may need to replace rubber hoses with steel-braided hoses to make them more durable. Also, seal any cracks or gaps you find with caulking to prevent heat loss and water transfer.

Beware of Mold

Pooling water can quickly lead to mold infestations, especially it if happens in low-light, high-humidity areas and/or goes undetected for a while. If you recently had water damage or spillage in hard-to-reach areas of your home, a damage restoration company can perform a mold inspection. If you suspect you may have mold damage, it’s best not to postpone remedying it because mold can be resilient and multiply rapidly.

Prevent Mold Damage

Given that water damage and mold damage often go together, there are some things you can do to prevent and mitigate the appearance of mold in your home. For example, eliminate clutter that could enable your HVAC system to circulate air properly. Shut windows and doors when the AC is on to prevent humid air from coming inside and causing condensation. Evaluate the AC to make sure that the coils are clean, the thermostat is set not too high or low, and the condensate drain pipe is working correctly without accumulating water inside the unit or on your floor. Purchasing devices such as humidity monitors and dehumidifiers is an other option. Finally, always look out for standing water or chronic dampness that may be increasing indoor humidity and providing an ideal environment for mold. Inspect basements and crawl spaces for moisture coming from groundwater vapor. If you find anything unusual, call professionals immediately for mold damage repair to prevent the infestation from spreading.

Water Damage Restoration in Gainesville, FL

When DIY solutions don’t seem to be enough to solve the flooding and humidity problems in your home, contact Maven Restoration Group to receive help from local experts. We provide residential water damage and mold remediation Gainesville, FL residents can rely on to set their homes back to ideal conditions. Call us today!

Don’t Let Holiday Disasters Get You Down

Two words nobody ever wants to hear together are holiday and disasters. Though Maven Construction Group has helped get many holiday plans back on track after water, fire, mold, and storm damage. With 24/7 service, our technicians respond quickly and begin repairing your home giving you back peace-of-mind during the holidays.  

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Water Damage Inspection & Restoration

Whether your holiday plans include visiting friends and family out-of-town or having a house full of guests, everyone will be using water at some point. Any type of water damage, whether while the guests are there or not, creates a mess and requires the source of the water to be shut off to begin repairs. Call Maven Construction Group, a water damage restoration company, as soon as you find water damage and keep your holidays moving along!

Flood Damage

Flood water doesn’t have to come from the outdoors to cause a holiday disaster. When a hot water heater bursts, though very rare, gallons of water enter your home or business in a matter of seconds. And if the main water valve isn’t turned off quickly, the water will only continue. Many homes and businesses keep the water heater in a side closet or in the lower part of the building, meaning you may not discover the issue immediately.

Broken Pipes

With extra guests in your home during the holidays, the plumbing is working to supply everyone water. The extra strain on pipes may be the tipping point to cause a broken pipe and give you a major headache. If you need Gainesville emergency water extraction because of a broken pipe during the holidays, call Maven Construction Group. We’re available around-the-clock to repair any broken pipe and get the water flowing again where it should in your home.

Overflowing Appliances

During the lively holidays, you likely count on all the appliances to work — that is until one overflows and wreaks havoc in your plans. An overflowing washing machine can send as many as 45 gallons of water or more into the laundry area and other parts of your home in minutes. Modern refrigerators with icemakers and/or built-in water dispensers can spring a leak and create a water damage issue in the kitchen.

Mold Damage Remediation

Some varieties of mold can begin to grow within 24 hours to 48 hours after the spores find a food source, such as damp wood or drywall. From there, a colony can quickly grow and spread throughout an area and if untreated, into other parts of the home or business. Finding mold in your home or business won’t be a holiday disaster when you call Maven Construction Group. As Gainesville restoration professionals, we’re available 24-hours a day and use the most up-to-date mold damage remediation techniques to clean up the mold you have and prevent it from returning.

Mold In The Attic

Finding mold in the attic is one of those things that only happens when you’re up there, such as during the holidays. Whether you found the mold when hiding presents or digging out decorations, the key to not having more mold is determining how it got there. Roof leaks are common causes behind mold in the attic, followed by improper ventilation in the space, and improper pipe venting and/or vents. Maven Construction Group provides mold damage restoration in Gainesville, no matter whether the mold in the attic is just beginning or it’s been there a while.

Bathroom Mold

When mold is found in a bathroom, most people find a sponge and start to scrub away mold. But the best way to get rid of mold is to mitigate its source of moisture. In a bathroom, this may mean installing an exhaust fan to move the humidity from a shower outside or fixing the leaking sink faucet once and for all.

Garage Mold

Mold thrives in places that are mostly out of sight and out of mind, making the garage a prime location for mold growth. Aside from frequently used exterior doors in the home, the garage is exposed to many of the elements in which mold grows — moisture, little ventilation and natural light, and many sources of food. Since many people use part of their garage for storage, such as the rafter space, you may not find mold until you take out the holiday decorations. It also often grows on the weather stripping along the edges of the garage door and door frame.

Fire Damage

No matter the size, a fire in your home or business can cause considerable damage in a short amount of time. During the holidays, the risk of a fire increases significantly. Homes and Christmas trees are decorated with garland, ornaments, and strings of lights, and candles and fireplaces add a warm glow to everything. If your home or business sustains damage during the holidays, Maven Construction Group offers complete fire damage restoration. From boarding up holes to secure your property to removing smoke odor from your belongings, we get your life back to normal quickly.

Fireplace & Candles

The ambiance of candles and a fireplace add to holiday serenity, but candles are responsible for hundreds of house fires every year on Christmas Eve/Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve/New Year’s Day. These four days mark the most dangerous out of the calendar year for candle fires, according to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). As for a fireplace, make sure you have the chimney checked and cleaned if necessary before lighting it during the holidays. When soot hardens, it becomes flammable creosote. Also, use a screen over the fireplace opening to prevent embers from floating into the home.

Holiday Decorations & Lights

It may seem contrary, but the number of fires related to holiday decorations and lights increases after Christmas. Attribute it to our wish to kick back and relax once Dec. 26 hits. Many people start to unwind and forget to check if the tree has been watered. Take a few minutes to unplug any lights with shorts and if the tree is drying out, pack up the decorations for another year and move the tree to the curb.

Deep Fryers

The moist turkey you enjoy every year during a holiday dinner can come with a high cost unless precautions are taken with a deep fryer. Deep fryers cause more than $15 million in property damage every year, according to the NFPA. Make sure the turkey is completely thawed before placing it in the fryer, and that your cooking oil stays below 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Oil above that temperature can catch fire by itself.

Roof Damage

Aside from the walls, the roof of a home or business is the first-line of defense against the elements. While the holidays in Florida come with mild weather most years, a roof can still be damaged from a thunderstorm and/or holiday lights and decorations being put up or taken down.

Winter Weather

Florida may not get the winter weather known in northern climates, but we do get the occasional strong to severe thunderstorm during the holidays. High winds can cause tree branches to break and fall on your roof or possibly peel back shingles, exposing the interior of your home or business. If find yourself needing storm damage repair this holiday season, call Maven Construction Group day or night. As a self-funded company, our team of professionals promptly secure the damaged roof and begin repairs rather than first waiting on insurance company monies.

Decorations & Lights

If part of your holiday decorating plans include the exterior of your home, take care when decorating the roof. Use gutter clamps to hang strings of lights then remove them one by one once the holiday is over. The worst thing you can do to your roof is attach lights to the shingles with a stapler like Clark Griswold. The lights may be secure, but you’ll be opening your roof up to cracks and leaks.

Call A Gainesville Restoration Company

No one plans for nor expects a holiday disaster, but when one happens, you want a Gainesville restoration company you can depend on. Maven Construction Group offers 24-hour service, throughout the year, even the busy holiday season. We know how important it is to have your home ready for guests or ready for you when you come back from visiting friends and family. Our trained and professional technicians use current techniques and methods for water, fire, mold, and storm damage restoration. This means what appears to be a holiday disaster now will quickly be a humorous story to regale friends and family with during the next holiday season.

Common Causes of House Fires in Gainesville, FL

Nobody thinks a house fire will happen to them, but unfortunately house fires are common. Equally common are the causes. Maven Construction Group provides quality fire damage restoration Gainesville residents know and trust.

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Whether you cook once in awhile or routinely host dinner parties for friends and family, cooking presents many fire hazards. Unattended pots and pans on the stove or in the oven, using hot oil to fry food, and cooking equipment with frayed electrical cords can all cause a fire. If your home’s kitchen or cooking area needs fire damage reconstruction in Gainesville, call Maven Construction Group.


Grilling is a pastime for many people, but it’s easy to become complacent. Remember to keep the grill at least several feet away from your home, deck, and trees. And even if your grill doesn’t get as much use as you’d like, remember to regularly check it for rust, corrosion, and proper gas line connections.

Fire Pits

Fire pits are common in backyards throughout North Central Florida, but these landscaping features pose a risk to your home. A fire pit should be placed and/or installed in a flat, open area and always have a fire screen. Before wrapping up an evening around your fire pit, make sure all embers are extinguished.


Almost all smoking-related fires beginning in the home come from upholstered furniture, bedding, and/or mattresses catching fire from someone who fell asleep while smoking. Another cause of smoking-related house fires is throwing a cigarette butt into a trash can without soaking it in water first.


Though we don’t have extreme cold during winter months as northern climates, many homes use home heating equipment when the mercury drops. If you rely on a portable space heater in a room or area rarely used, keep it at least three feet from combustible objects like drapes and furniture. Any space using a space heater should also be well ventilated.


Fireplaces can make a home cozy, but if not properly maintained, present a fire hazard. Use or install a spark screen and/or glass door to prevent stray sparks or logs from rolling into the surrounding area. And before lighting your fireplace with the first winter breeze, have the chimney checked, and if necessary, cleaned to prevent buildup of flammable creosote.

Wood Stoves

Though modern wood stoves are more efficient and safer than their predecessors of yesteryears, they aren’t the set it and forget it type. As with a fireplace and space heater, wood stoves should be operated with supervision, kept away from flammable objects, and in a well ventilated area.

Appliance Cords

Thin, flexible, and usually out of sight, appliance cords are often overlooked until there’s an issue. An appliance cord at the end of its use will fray around the connection and expose internal wires, posing a fire risk. Appliance cords are common in homes and businesses, but should never be put under rugs, carpeting, or furniture. However, if your business experiences a fire due to a frayed appliance cord, let Maven Construction Group it back to normal through our commercial fire damage restoration.


Candles add a layer of ambiance any day of the year, but are more prevalent during the holidays. Unfortunately, candles are often left unattended and caused more than 9,000 house fires from 2009 to 2013, according to the National Fire Protection Association.

Flammable Liquids

Most homes have at least one flammable liquid on the property, such as propane for the grill or gasoline for a lawn mower. Any flammable liquid should be stored in its original container outside and in a safe location.

Faulty Wiring

A constant stream of blown fuses, resetting circuit breakers, or the lights dimming when the air conditioner turns on are common signs your home’s wiring is faulty. If your home is older, the wiring is likely older and unable to handle the demands of modern life. A licensed electrician can inspect the wiring and let you know of any issues with the wiring, possibly preventing the need for residential fire damage restoration.


A poorly installed light fixture can do more than just insufficiently illuminate a room. Hanging lights should be insulated if hung from wood paneling or ceiling joists. Moveable lighting, such as a floor lamp, should have a sturdy base which can’t be easily tipped or knocked over. Bulbs used in any lighting should always be the correct wattage for the specific lighting to reduce fire risk.

Children & Pets

Children and pets are often curious by nature, but if left alone around candles, open flames, and any other potential fire hazard, that curiosity can cause a disaster. Matches and lighters should be kept away from children. Also, teach children fire and/or flames are not a toy.

Call Maven Construction Group For Gainesville Fire Damage Remediation Services

A house fire is two-fold stressful and scary. If your home suffers a fire, Maven Construction Group will restore it to pre-fire condition through quality craftsmanship and a professional approach. Call us today to begin putting a house fire behind you.

Maven Construction Group’s Strong Foundation Leads to Better Customer Service

Maven Construction Group has once again been featured in HOME magazine, this time for the company’s quality and customer-first mindset.


Maven Construction Group has enjoyed exceptional growth in less than a decade in business. While the bulk of their business lies in water damage restoration and reconstruction, the company has recently expanded into custom home building.

The growth is attributed to Leith Finnegan’s background in restoration. With an eye for proper planning and design at the beginning of a project, the owner stresses to clients the importance of up-front investment during construction. This reduces the number of possible future maintenance issues with a home.

“It’s not just how your home looks on day one, but rather how it stands the test of time well into year 5, 10 or 20. That’s the true test of quality craftsmanship,” Leith told HOME magazine.

As the business continues to grow, customers can be assured Maven Construction Group’s focus on them and high-quality results will never waiver. Read the entire feature in the October/November 2017 issue of HOME in Greater Gainesville.

Preparing for Tropical Storms in Gainesville, FL

Tropical Storm Preparation

Properties on the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of Florida are often in the dangerous path of tropical weather during Hurricane Season. With its extensive experience in home restoration, home reconstruction, water damage inspection, water damage restoration, and storm damage restoration, Maven Construction Group’s offers tips for preparing your Gainesville home or business for the coming storms.

Tropical Storm Preparation Tips for Your Property

The strong winds and heavy rains of tropical storms can lead to tree damage, roof damage, wind damage, water damage, mold damage and more! At Maven Construction Group, we specialize in tropical storm damage repairs and want you and your property to be ready for when tropical storm warnings for Gainesville occur.

Secure Your Roof

The roof of your home or property is the biggest potential opening on the property so it is highly important to inspect it prior to a tropical storm. Any cracked or missing shingles could leave an opening for water to seep in and cause water damage. This is especially dangerous when heavy rains are falling on your roof for extended periods of time.

Trim & Remove Trees

Many people don’t realize that the large, beautiful trees surrounding their home or business could be a potential hazard during a tropical storm. Any loose branches or weak trees could be toppled by strong winds, causing extensive damage. Before hurricane season, it is important to trim or remove all damaged trees and limbs.

Seal Windows & Doors

Over time, it is common for windows and doors to have damaged seals due to natural weather conditions. This is even more prominent in hot climates. To avoid leaks and water damage that could potentially lead to mold in your home or business, you should check all the seals in your property and repair them if necessary. During tropical storms, it is very easy for rain to enter through damaged seals.

Clear the Outdoors

Tropical storm winds can reach very high speeds, overturning anything outside on your property that is not secured, which could damage your home or business. Before a tropical storm hits, store or secure any grills, lawn chairs, lawn ornaments, or any other items and décor that could be picked up by winds. Be sure to close, disconnect and store any propane tanks around your property.

Sandbag Areas Subject to Flooding

If your property has any areas that are subject to flooding or are not properly sealed to stop high levels of water, use sandbags. Sandbags are a quick and relatively inexpensive way of creating a watertight barrier to prevent floods from entering your property.

Install Shutters

While you shouldn’t rely solely on shutters to keep your home or business protected during a tropical storm, you should definitely invest in them. Shutters can protect your windows and doors from any unforeseen debris that is picked up and thrown by the wind.

What to Do After the Storm

Once the tropical storm is over, if you find that your home has suffered any damage, be sure to contact Maven Construction Group. We are highly trained and experienced in all forms of tropical storm damage restoration, be it water damage restoration, mold damage remediation or any form of structural reconstruction needed to your property. Our professionals will secure your damaged property by providing structural support, clean up the external debris left behind by the storm and complete any necessary repairs and reconstruction. Trust Maven for tropical storm damage remediation in Gainesville, FL.

Maven Construction Featured in Home Magazine

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Maven Construction Group was recently featured in HOME Magazine for its custom home build completed for the Molyneux family in Gainesville, FL. The home, owned by Cory and Megan Molyneux, took approximately a year to build and seamlessly blends a rich family history with the luxuries of modernity.

Although Maven Construction owners Leith and Ashley Finnegan focus primarily on restorations in Gainesville, it is through this experience they have learned what home builders should not do in order to prevent disasters in the future.

“Quality of work as always been of utmost importance to us,” Leith Finnegan told Home Magazine reporter Paxton Sellers. “The materials used in the framing and foundation … the things the homeowners never sees … are critical to every project.”

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It is with their eyes on the future for every custom home project that Leith and Ashley are able to deliver such a high-quality build.

“Decades later, when [the Molyneux] children return home to visit, they’ll be able to say, ‘Wow, this house still looks like it did when it was first built,'” Ashley told Home Magazine.

Read the entire feature in the August/September 2017 issue of HOME in Greater Gainesville.

What Homeowners Should Know About Water Damage

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Finding out that there is water damage in your home can be a nightmare. Water damage cleanup is often expensive, depending on the extent of damage it can take a good amount of time before it is all repaired, and it can destroy valuable personal items that cannot be replaced. Water damage can happen in an instant from a burst pipe or it can happen quietly over time which makes it all the more difficult to discover. When it comes to water damage and taking the necessary steps to repair the effects of it, homeowners are usually plagued with questions. At Maven Construction Group, we provide storm damage restoration in Gainesville, FL, along with water removal services and share with you important information all homeowners should know about water damage in their homes.

Residential Water Damages

Don’t Wait to Have Water Damage Repaired

When it comes to water damage Gainesville, FL, homeowners face, the longer you wait, the worse it will get. That is why it is highly important that you look for restoration experts as soon as you’re aware of your problem. Apart from water seeping deeper into your home’s foundation, ruining belongings and even flooding an area in your home, there are secondary damages. Secondary damages occur when mold begins to grow in the affected area. It only takes about 48 hours from the time something gets wet until it starts to grow mold. After that, mold can spread at a vary rapid pace and cause health risks in your home. Mold damage restoration can be costly and it is work added on top of the water damage restoration needed, so don’t put it off.

Polluted Water

Not all water damage that occurs comes from clean water. Sometimes polluted water can be the one that leaks creating health risks. Pollution from water is categorized into three levels. Category one means that the water came from a clean source such as pipes and won’t cause any illness. Category two means that the water contains bacteria and could possibly cause illness if exposed for too long. Category three means that the water came from a highly contaminated source, such as from the sewage, and can cause severe illness or even death. If water sits for too long in your home, even category one water could potentially become contaminated. Never interact with water causing water damage in your home and instead contact a professional.

Water Damage & Insurance

Most people believe that water damage is covered by their insurance and while it may be true, it doesn’t mean that it covers all types of water damage. Flooding, for example, is usually not covered in the average insurance plan. To avoid any issues with insurance if you experience water damage, see what is covered under your plan and what is not. This will also help you file the correct claim so that it isn’t delayed.

Common Areas to Find Water Damage

Knowing where and how to look for water damage may be able to help you find it before it has time to cause serious damage to your home. Be sure to check that all your visible pipes and plumbing are not leaking, if you see any wet spots around them keep a close eye to determine where it is coming from and if it is persistent. Peeling paint or bubbles in paint on the ceiling or walls may be a sign of water damage, this is especially common in bathrooms. Any soft or cooler spots in the floor could also be a sign. If you have a basement that you don’t use often, check it periodically to ensure that there is no flooding.

Water Damage Restoration in Gainesville, FL

If you find water damage in your home, Contact Maven Construction Group right away. We are a professional Gainesville restoration company that can take care of any water or mold damage that you may have in your home.

Maven Construction Group Makes Guest Appearance in Local Discovery Feature

Local Discovery Video Features Maven Construction Group

Local Discovery recently featured DiscoverShade, a local Gainesville company, and its convenient window shade treatments. With DiscoverShade, you can turn a screened deck into an open patio just by hitting a button!

If you’re considering building a custom home in Gainesville, then features and conveniences such as the DiscoverShade are a must-have, and it’s awesome when your custom home builder has experience incorporating these “extras” so you can truly customize your home to your preferences.

Maven Construction Group is licensed general contractor serving Gainesville and the North Florida Region. We specialize in home restoration and reconstruction, however, it is through that journey of experiences that we realized there are a lot of issues homeowners face of which they are not aware! Our reconstruction and restoration teams are called in when things have gone badly — poor construction and mistakes lead to water damage, mold damage and more. We have taken our knowledge of how to avoid these disasters and build custom homes the right way.

View the full video from Local Discovery below.

Bradford County Remediation & Restoration Services

Your house is one of the biggest investments you will make. Not only have you contributed a lot of financial resources, but you are most likely emotionally attached to it as well. Unfortunately, there are a multitude of disasters that can strike your home and, if they are not handled properly in a timely manner, can irreparably damage your house forever. However, if you live in Bradford County, Maven Construction Group is here to help. We provide some of the best specialists and contractors in their fields. Regardless, of the damage your home is suffering from, our services will restore it to its previous state.

Fire Damage Removal

Fire spreads quickly, weakening the structure of your house and damaging precious belongings. After a fire is put out, your home is still in danger. The structural integrity of your house may be compromised and lingering smoke and soot can have detrimental effects on the health of your loved ones. Our team of restoration specialists in Bradford County, FL can remove these threats so can enter your home again without fear.

Water Damage Specialists

Whether your water damage is the result of a leaky roof, burst pipe or extreme weather, water can be hazardous for a house if it is not dealt with immediately. Water will trickle into every possible spot, weakening the roof and walls. Further, if it is not dried quickly, it will encourage the growth of mold. Therefore, our water damage restoration specialists will utilize the latest advancements in technology to properly dry your home and furnishings, and repair any damaged walls before the problem escalates.

Extreme Weather Damage

Florida is well known for heavy thunderstorms. Though they may keep your garden hydrated, storms can cause severe damage to your roof or house. High speed winds pick up debris and toss them into your home while knocking other trees over damaging your house. Maven Construction Group can repair home damage and help with cleanup following these storms.

Mold Mitigation and Cleanup

Though it may be difficult to detect, mold can quickly spread throughout your home and cause significant health risks to your family. We will send mold remediation experts to find all traces of mold, prevent it from spreading further and thoroughly remove it from your home.

Residential and Commercial Restoration Services

Our restoration services are not exclusively available for residential properties. Commercial buildings are vulnerable to the same disasters and therefore, our Bradford County restoration team perform these same services for your office as well. Not only is a quick response necessary to prevent further damage, but it is also helps to minimize downtime for your business operations as well.

Quality Restoration Services in Bradford County, FL

While anyone can tear down a home and rebuild it, only the most qualified teams can restore them while retaining their original structure. The team of experts Maven Construction Group puts together works hard to identify weaknesses in your house and provides solutions to fix them without further harming your house. Additionally, we are able to recognize lasting side effects that may endanger your family and remove them in order to best protect your loved ones. We understand these incidents can occur at any time and that efficiency is a big factor. Our workers are available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, so that we can minimize the damage to your home as much as possible. If your house is in danger, contact Maven Construction Group today.

Maven Construction Is Proud To Help ‘Raise The Roof’ This Holiday

One of the best holiday gifts of the season is in the works right here in Gainesville, and Maven Construction Group is proud to be a part of it.Our friends at the Ronald McDonald House of North Central Florida, which provides housing and support to families with sick children, has needed a roof replacement for years.


As restoration professionals, we understand the importance of a secure roof, especially for families going through difficult times. We also know they’re not cheap. As the chilly holiday season approached, the Ronald McDonald House was still $25,000 short of funding needed for the purchase.

That’s where local businesses stepped in to help.

Ronald McDonald House Charities realized that if 25 businesses and organizations each chipped in just $1,000 — one for each day of December before Christmas — that would provide exactly what the Ronald McDonald House needed for their new roof.

We’re thrilled to say that Maven Construction Group is one of those businesses. Check out the calendar of donations for all local supporters.

At Maven Construction Group, we work every day to restore properties and peace of mind to our neighbors in North Central Florida. We know that a roof isn’t just a roof — it’s security, safety, and comfort. We’re so proud to bring our mission and support to the Ronald McDonald House and the families who rely on it.