Fire Restoration


Fire Damage Restoration

Fire damage, this is a loss which is a tragedy to most. Fire can lead to serious and significant damage to your property and cherished belongings. There are many causes to these types of incidents, like cooking equipment that can overheat, smoking in the bedrooms, electric equipment, candles or faulty wiring.

In the unfortunate case of a fire loss, we can help you in the restoration process immediately. With our proven expertise and our state-of-the-art equipment, we will promptly help you get rid of fire, smoke, and soot damage along with the odor created at your property. We will clean and restore everything just like it never happened.

Fire restoration is one of our specialties and one that we’re proud of getting right every time. Call today for an assessment.


Timeline of Our Process

This is what you need to do in case of a loss. Call us first! The moment there is a loss, the clock is ticking and it can turn against you.
Once we received your call, this is what you should expect:


We will arrive to your property as soon as possible.


After a through all inspection, our certified technicians will prepare a protocol and proper scope of work.


We will review your Homeowners Insurance Policy to determine whether coverage shall be afforded.


We will give you a verbal and/or written estimate for the cost of repair.


Upon your consent, we will begin our job to address the damages.


Daily moisture readings will be recorded to determine when machines will be taken off.


We will submit a properly documented report to you, to ensure no damages have been overlooked.


If applicable, we will work with your insurance company.


We will give you a completion certificate indicating our job
was performed to our standard and has been fully finalize.


What is the IICRC?

The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) is recognized internationally as a knowledgeable industry voice and resource. It serves as an independent, nonprofit standard-setting and certification body, to set and promote high standards and ethics; and to advance communication and technical proficiency within the inspection, cleaning and restoration service industries.

What is the criteria to obtain IICRC Certification?

Certification is based upon successful completion of a class in which the curriculum follows industry standards for that category as well as achieving a passing grade on a standardized exam. Once certification is achieved, registrants must earn continuing education credits (CECs) to maintain their certification.

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What is NORMI?

NORMI™ is the National Organization of Re-mediators and Mold Inspectors, is one of the fastest growing certifying agencies in the country and has been involved in providing high quality training for mold and indoor environmental professionals since 2004. NORMI™ is a cooperative group of Certified Mold and Construction Professionals who have successfully completed training and the certification process in their specific area of expertise.


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We work with all insurance companies.

Call us now to see if your damage is covered by your insurance carrier!