PHC Restoration

committed to providing the highest quality, compassionate restoration services to our clients.

Fire & Smoke

From board up to pack out to restoring your home to pre-loss condition, let PHC’s certified fire restoration technicians help you if your home suffers a fire loss.

Water Damage

Whether you have suffered a plumbing emergency or a roof leak, PHC Restoration knows the importance of removing the water as quickly as possible.

Wind & Storm

Tornadoes, hurricanes and thunderstorms can produce strong rains and damaging winds. In the event of any severe weather, PHC is available 24/7.

Mold Services

Untreated water damage is breeding grounds for mold. PHC knows how to safely contain, clean and dispose of mold in residential & commercial properties.

Fire & Water Restoration Services in Raleigh

Fire, water and storms damage thousands of homes every year.  PHC proudly offers the highest quality, compassionate restoration and repair services for central North Carolina, including Lillington, Raleigh, Fayetteville, Pinehurst, Sanford, Chapel Hill, Smithfield, and Fuquay-Varina.

Completed Restorations

PHC Restoration works closely with property owners during the restoration process and strives to make sure the property looks just as good, if not better, than it did before the damage occurred.

Water Damage Tips

As we've seen a lot over the last few weeks, plumbing emergencies such a frozen water pipes can cause significant damage to homes and wreck havoc on the homeowners.  Since time is of the essence if your home experiences a ruptured water heater, broken water pipe or...

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What you need to do after water damages your home

After the Disaster...The First 24 Hours (Informational brochure provided by the RIA, for more information visit www.restorationindustry.org/(800) 272-7012) Insurance companies play an important role in protecting individuals from a total loss when a catastrophe...

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What should you do if your water pipes freeze?

Based on the current weather forecast, it appears that Jack Frost will be doing more than just nipping out our noses as we ring in the new year; he’ll be biting them with high temperatures below freezing.  When we experience temperatures in the teens (as forecasted),...

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