Fire Damage Restoration

Fire & Smoke Damage Restoration For All Properties

Has your home or office been affected by a fire big or small? If the inside of your home or office is coated in ash, acidic smoke, or soot, our services are necessary to remediate your property and free it from dangerous toxins. Our restoration services are also necessary if your fire sprinklers turn on and cause excess water to further damage your property.

Direct Insurance Billing Available

Our team will work with you and guide you through the process of utilizing your homeowners insurance coverage when available for damages caused by fires, mold, floods, and more.

Free Estimation 

If you’re unsure of whether or not your home needs restoration, water removal, or water clean-up, we offer a free in-home inspection to assess the damage and plan a protocol for professional remediation. Our fire and smoke damage restoration technicians use odor removal technologies and specialized cleaning agents to safely remove ash and oily debris without causing any further damage.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Can I Clean Up Fire or Smoke Damage Myself?

Important: Restore All does not recommend you clean up fire damage yourself due to the possible health consequences of smoke inhalation or subsequent congestion due to the smoke. The odor from fires can be dangerous to you and your family. Using conventional household cleaning products can simply make matters worse.

Free Inspections

Licensed & Insured

Outstanding Service

24 Hour Emergency Services

Satisfaction Guaranteed!

Environmentally Friendly

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