Post Hurricane List of Vendors – Updated Owner Recommendations 2017

Below is a list of local vendors whose contact information is being shared by fellow homeowners in Ibis Cove. The Board of Directors has agreed to send this information out via email. This does not constitute an endorsement by the Ibis Cove Association Master POA and does not mean the Association is using email as a means of conducting business. Engaging any of the contractors on the list or any other contractors not listed will be at the individual owners’ risk and the Association is not responsible for the progression or outcome of any project. It will be your individual responsibility to ensure that all vendors are properly licensed and insured in Collier County.

 See suggestion at the end of the list:


Momma’s Boy Maintenance, LLC specializing in Lanai Re-Screening, Pressure Cleaning & Gutter Cleaning

(239) 595-5083        


Prestige Aluminum Construction, Inc Screen, lanai, pool cage and handyman services

Hernan Aguilar   

(239) 810-6546


5 Star Hurricane Shutters maintenance, repairs and installation of Hurricane Shutters.

Felipe Santos (239) 287-8642


FFS – Fannin Florida Services, LLC construction, renovation

Bill Fannin Jr. – 239-745-5492 or


Rain Control Aluminum

(239) 643-5322


Fabri-Tech Florida Pool Enclosures – Rescreening & Railings:

phone number is 800.281.1289,

Will’s cell phone is 239.745.2892,

website is


Ibis Cove Roof Repairs

JNR Construction -239-692-4700 –

As this is a group rate please sign up on sheet at the clubhouse instead of calling him directly unless you have more extensive repairs.

Repair only for roofs with some missing shingles and no leaks. He will also make minor repairs to soffit, flashing and fascia if parts are available.

Group rate of $350 per roof

Replace of entire roof

$3.20 per sq. ft.

Call for cost of additional repairs needed for whole roof replacement or more extensive repairs.


Shared by a Homeowner, from his Homewatch agent


  • Bubbles & Suds Cleaning (Colleen Miller): 239-405-4627
  • Pro Shine Cleaning (Tim Sevarino): 239-478-8884
  • Martha Marin Cleaning (Martha):            239-273-8592

Fence & Gates

  • Carter Fence (Ken Carter): 239-353-4102
  • Tropical Fence (Mark Murphy): 239-694-5622 (Lee)    239-597-3013 (Collier)

General Repairs

  • Luck’s Home Services (Darren Luck) : 239-340-1437
  • JR The Handyman (JR Alford): 239-253-4114
  • Walker B. Inc. (Walker Brown): 239-292-5525
  • JP Handy (Jeff Pickard): 239-826-4299
  • Sapphire Maintenance (Gerald Prewitt): 239-352-6807

Roof Repair

  • Saint Raphael Roofing (Jorge Albinagorta): 239-438-3064
  • BP Roofing (Gus Braat): 239-275-7663
  • Latite Roofing:            239-985-0049
  • Colonial Roofing (David Buntrock): 239-458-1000
  • Sand Dollar Roofing (Daryle Webber): 239-368-3900
  • Crowther Roofing: 239-337-1300
  • Kelly Roofing:                                                  239-435-0014

Screen / Lanai Aluminum Repair / Pool Cages

  • R. Townsend Rescreens (Rebecca T.): 239-834-0280
  • Re-screening Pro (Jeff Repetto): 239-246-1925
  • Naples Screen Repair (Dennis Lentz): 239-417-9009
  • Perez Industries: 239-992-2444
  • Fabri-Tech: 239-690-1737
  • A-1 Quality Aluminum (Chris): 239-450-1715
  • Hendry Aluminum: 239-303-0099
  • Absolute Aluminum (Glen Kohlenberg): 941-497-7777

Tree Removal

  • Johnson’s Tree Service (David): 239-940-6653
  • Gerald’s Tree Service (Randall Izell): 239-498-9933
  • Coastline Tree Service (Vincent): 239-895-3230

Water Removal & Mold Remediation

  • iMold (Brian Bland): 877-771-1699
  • Fireservice Disaster Kleenup (Greg Frith): 239-826-0217



You need a contractor, and it is likely that many will contact you. After major disasters, contractors seem to be everywhere, soliciting repair contracts. However, you need to do your own research. Caution is essential.

  • Confirm the contractor’s license with the appropriate state or local government agency.
  • Confirm that the contractor holds current insurance for liability, completed works and worker compensation.
  • Some contractors may try to win your business by promising you will not have to pay them the amount of your insurance deductible. That suggestion would be considered insurance fraud and should be rejected.
  • Will the contractor agree in advance to accept what your insurer will pay for repairs, plus your deductible amount? Rather than arguing with the insurer over the amount of the repair cost, a better approach may be to focus on the extent of repairs and hire a good contractor who will work within the insurer’s cost guidelines.
  • Seek bids from several contractors, preferably from those who have been in business for more than a few years.
  • Get the entire contract in writing. Do not accept any unwritten guarantees or promises.

This information was extracted from a document developed by CAI Member Kelly G. Richardson, Esq., Richardson & Harman, LLP, Pasadena, CA.