When a tragedy such as a fire occurs, the emotional and physical effects are overwhelming. Let the professionals at BTTR Restoration handle your fire damage restoration and cleanup safely and promptly. We are the local fire remediation expert, providing fire damage restoration since 2007. While you tend to your family, we will take care of your house or business establishment.
BTTR Restoration proudly offers a wide range of fire damage restoration and repair services that are designed to return your property to its original state, making it seem as if the fire never even happened. Our fire restoration methods and procedures are second to none. We are absolutely committed to the highest possible standards for you and your family.
A fire is devastating enough, and BTTR Restoration knows you do not want to risk the safety of your home or the health of your family any further. Fire damage cleanup must be done properly. Our fire damage technicians can perform the fire damage remediation needed to ensure that your home is free from toxins and safe to occupy. When synthetic building materials and furnishings catch fire, deadly gases are emitted as chemicals burn off from items such as carpets, furniture and even wood finishes on cabinets.
We have specialists that can detect and neutralize hazardous chemicals and toxic odors from fires. Our 13 years of experience give us the knowledge and expertise needed to eliminate these hazards and restore your property to a safe condition. Avoid possible future health issues and contact us today to start on your fire damage restoration.
- Assess: Immediate service to evaluate the damage and determine a course of action.
- Remediate: Remove hazardous effects and odors.
- Restore: Repair or replace flooring, carpets, walls, ceilings, moldings, windows, doors, and paint.
When you call BTTR Restoration for our fire damage restoration, you can expect the following services:
We’re offering comprehensive cleaning and disinfecting services to both our residential and commercial clients in order to help reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19.×