Fire Damage Restoration
If you have smoke damage from a fire, you need an experienced Fire Damage Restoration team to help you get back to normal. Whether you experienced a small grease fire or a large-loss house fire, PHC Restoration can help. Our specially trained Fire Restoration team leaves no repairs overlooked.
Our Fire Damage Restoration process begins with boarding up all areas that have been exposed to the elements, such as roofs, ceilings, windows and doors. This ensures your property and its contents are protected from any further damage. Our contents cleaning team then packs up your personal property, moves your furniture to our deodorization room, and cleans and stores it until our restoration work is complete. As a licensed general contractor, we are able to perform the reconstruction process from start to finish.
PHC Restoration always provides you with a comprehensive estimate for your fire damage restoration project. When writing the estimate, our experienced team will determine what can be repaired and what needs to be replaced. PHC Restoration has over 50 years of fire damage restoration experience. Our estimators ensure that all repairs are covered in our estimate so that supplements are kept to a minimum.
Local Fire & Smoke Damage Restoration
The Fire Damage Restoration team at PHC Restoration prides itself in providing an excellent experience from beginning to end. Once you move back into your home, the only reminder of the fire will be your new and improved home. We proudly offer top quality fire and smoke restoration and repair services in Raleigh, Fayetteville, Lillington, Pittsboro, Apex, Fuquay, Cary, Sanford, Dunn and the surrounding areas. IICRC Certified Firm
Fire & Smoke Damage Restoration Blog
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