Fire Damage Restoration

Fires can be extremely harrowing experiences. Surviving a fire is traumatic.  At Peerless, we know that Fire Damage Restoration is not just about things. It is about healing. Peerless is here to help.  Peerless is a licensed, certified, insurance preferred fire damage restoration vendor. We provide fire damage restoration, smoke and soot cleanup, and emergency board up services. Experienced Peerless professionals understand the sensitivities and intricacies of a Fire. As a result,  we strive to get everything normal as quickly and painlessly as possible.

Fire Damage

Fires consume and alter interiors dramatically. Surfaces that survive the flames are often coated with smoke and soot.  When trying to put out a fire, first responders may use hundreds of  gallons of water. This moisture exacerbates the already damaged building and content. Finally , long after a fire is extinguished the smell of the smoke, soot, and burnt particles may be unbearable. So without proper remediation it is very difficult the get the fire related odors out of a home or business.

Trust Peerless

It’s no wonder that many insurance companies repeatedly call Peerless to take care of their policyholders. Our reputation is built on providing fast, dependable and superior customer service. Thus our professionals evaluate each situation individually and ensure the proper steps are taken to prevent any further damage. We achieve this by taking advantage of the latest technology and following industry standards.

Peerless can manage all aspects of your fire recovery:

1) Emergency Board up

2) Packing, Storage, and Cleaning Content

3) Structure Cleaning

4) Smoke and Odor Removal

5) Repairs and Reconstruction

Whether it is a small kitchen fire or a devastating house fire, Peerless will work seamlessly with your insurance company to quickly and effectively complete your project.

Call Peerless today and let us take care of you.

Remember our motto:

Restoring more that property….Restoring Life and Memories.

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