Water & Fire Damage Restoration in Hallandale Beach, FL

When your property gets damaged because of an unforeseen disaster, it’s all too easy to lose hope in light of the destruction and loss you experience. It’s a good thing that there are professionals who can help you get through such difficult situations. All County DKI is a full-service restoration company that can provide immediate aid in the aftermath of a disaster or accident.

 

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Professional property reconstruction and restoration in Hallandale Beach, FL

Quick action following a disaster can spell the difference between being able to swiftly bring your life back to normal and losing thousands of dollars in repair costs and hampered productivity. This is especially true for business owners, whose livelihoods depend on the continuous operation of their establishments.

But whether you own a residential or commercial property, All County DKI is prepared to provide its expertise 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. As a member of Disaster Kleenup International, the largest disaster restoration contracting organization in North America, we are proud to be able to offer a wide range of services to our clients in Hallandale Beach, Florida. These include water and fire damage restoration, contents restoration, mold remediation, and general reconstruction services.

For inquiries, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our team by calling 888-616-6811 or by sending a message through our contact page. We offer emergency response services to all clients living within our service area in order to quickly and efficiently resolve a disaster situation before it becomes a danger to the building inhabitants.

Learn about Hallandale Beach, FL

The skyline of Hallandale Beach, Florida

Located in Broward County in the state of Florida, Hallandale Beach is home to the Mardi Gras Casino and the Gulfstream Park Racing & Casino — two historic entertainment and recreation facilities that were built in the 1930s.

The city was named after Luther Halland, son of a Swedish minister, who was tasked by the Florida East Coast railroad to found the settlement in the late 19th century. The community — initially named Halland but later called Hallandale — was established in 1895. It officially became a town in 1927, when it had about 1,500 residents. In 1947, Hallandale was reincorporated as a city. In 1999, the city changed its name again to Hallandale Beach.

Today, the city is home to more than 38,600 residents.