Services Provided:

  • Emergency Board-Up
  • Temporary Roof Repair
  • Temporary Power Supply
  • Structural Drying and Dehumidification
  • Moisture Monitoring
  • Structure and Content Cleaning
  • Complete Reconstruction
  • Air Duct Cleaning
  • Carpet Cleaning and Deodorization
  • Carpet and Pad Extraction and Re-Installation
  • Document Drying
  • Mold/Mildew Inspections and Remediation
  • Thermal Imaging Inspections

Water Damage

In water damage, minutes matter. Thats why Restoration One utilizes the latest equipment and technology known to the water damage industry.

In less than an hour, stains from furniture can permanently discolor carpet. Anything in contact with water begins to swell and delaminate. Be especially careful of wet overhead drywall, as it loses its strength when wet.

Within 24-48 hours bacteria begins to grow and a more musty smell becomes apparent along with possible mold appearance forming in wet areas.

The "TES" or Thermal Energy System utilizes the "Reets Evaporation Method" which forces a high volume of heat directly to the saturated areas, rapidly evaporating the water. The vapor is then eliminated with air evacuation and or dehumidification. This results in losses that are dried in HOURS not DAYS. In fact most typical Class 1 and Class 2 losses are dried in less than 48 hr's., compared to 3-5 days using conventional That's and dehumidification.

Fire Damage

During a fire loss, emotions can run high. Our caring, thoughtful staff knows how to deal with emotional people at some of the worst of times. We can immediately begin mitigating the loss, and help recover valuable items as needed. We do an itemized content evaluation before anything is ever removed from the premises, and give the customer a list of contents.  All salvageable contents are then cleaned, and placed in a secure storage facility to be inspected by the owner before being returned.

Fire Damage Tips:

  • Never touch any smoked damaged items with your bare hands. (The oil from your fingertips may permanently "set-in" any residue.
  • Do not attempt to clean the structure or contents without first consulting with a professional.
  • Avoid walking across heavily soiled carpet and rugs as much as possible.
  • Wear a respirator or mask while in and around fire damaged structures and materials. Burnt material continues to give off obnoxious odors. This is known as off-gassing.
  • Consult a professional immediately. Within days, plastics will start to yellow, glass begins to etch, and otherwise once salvageable contents may become permanently damaged.

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