Emergency Restoration Services in Deerfield Beach Available 24/7
Disasters don't take days off and can occur in your home or commercial space at any time. When these events transpire, whether late night or early morning, the first feelings many customers might feel are confusion, stress, and uncertainty. Questions of "What next?" or "Who is the first call?" are asked with no sure sense of direction. This is where our experienced and ready crew steps in.
Our customers in Deerfield Beach can call us any day around the clock. We truly are available 24/7 because as homeowners and business owners, we understand that accidents can happen at any given moment. We make sure to quickly respond to your emergency calls. Our team does our best to walk you through next steps, providing you reassurance that we are here to help.
Some questions you may be asked upon your first call:
- Is anyone in or around the damage? Is it safe and if not, have the proper authorities been contacted?
- Where are you located?
- What is the damage from?
- Has your insurance been contacted?
These are very basic questions that will help our team get a feel for the situation so we understand what equipment we need to bring and how big of a crew as well.
Once we arrive on site, we will assess the damage, walking through your home or building thoroughly inspecting all areas. After the assessment we will provide our conclusion on the extent of damage, potential sources, and restoration process to follow. Then we set to work! We will begin either with pack out, extraction, or drying based on what category of damage has occurred.
Water, fire, or mold can be stressful when they affect your home or commercial space. Our team at SERVPRO of Deerfield Beach understands this stress and how everyday life can be impacted. Our crew is highly-trained with years of experience to work quickly and effectively to get your home back to preloss condition. We are always available to walk you through this difficult time, providing reassurance that once our work is complete it will be "Like it never even happened."