Your Home Restored. Fast.
We’re in the business of restoring your home to its original condition when it’s damaged by fire, flood, or storm. Trusted and well-reviewed with an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, we’re on the Preferred Vendors list of most insurance companies, so approval of your restoration is quick and easy.
Our First Three Steps
Once everyone is safe, we:
Do a thorough cleanup and get equipment like dryers and dehumidifiers set up and operating. Immediate action prevents further damage and mitigates loss.
Sort your belongings, pack them up and move them to our secure, climate-controlled storage and restoration facilities.
Begin the restoration of your belongings and your home.
How Long Will It Take?
The time it takes to restore a damaged home can be as short as a few hours or as long as a few weeks. How long it takes depends on:
- Extent of damages/complexity of restorations
- Weather (for outdoor restorations)
- Type and size of loss
- Number of specialty tradespeople & contractors
- Custom orders
We can dry a typical home in three to five days. However, drying times may be longer depending on the amount of water and the construction of your house. Your project manager will provide you with an estimated completion date.
What Kind of Damage?
Fire and smoke damage can extend far further than the eye can see. Our experts can help restore your home after disaster strikes.
While water is essential for life, it is also one of the most destructive forces on Earth. We have restoration expertise to deal with damage from floods and leaks.
Storm damage can be caused by a number of different factors, such as falling trees and flying debris, high winds, and surface flooding.
As soon as it is safe to re-enter, our contents technicians begin working on the restoration of your contents, first on-site and then in our secure, climate-controlled facility.
Our specialized training and experience means we can safely remove hazardous materials like asbestos, lead, and silica using the correct safety gear and disposal methods.