Water & Fire Damage Restoration in Homestead, FL

For most people, few other investments are as costly as their homes or business properties. People spend a large portion of their income and savings to acquire properties either to serve as their home or as a commercial space that will become the foundation of their livelihood. That’s why when these get damaged due to disasters like fire, flooding, and storms, their owners experience tremendous stress and trauma. Clearly, professional intervention is in order.

 

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Professional property reconstruction and restoration in Homestead, FL

Since 1992, All County DKI has been providing Homestead and other communities in South Florida with reliable and efficient disaster restoration solutions. A proud member of Disaster Kleenup International, the largest disaster restoration contracting organization in North America, our company offers a full-range of services that help property owners in their efforts at recovery.

Thousands of clients rely on All County DKI when they need immediate water and fire damage restoration, contents restoration, mold remediation, and general reconstruction services.

We are happy to let you know that we are capable of deploying our 24/7 emergency response services no matter what time of the day or night a disaster happens. This prevents your belongings from suffering secondary damage as well as thwarts the spread of contamination in your property.

If you want to learn more about our services, please call us at 888-616-6811 or contact us through this page. Our restoration and reconstruction experts will make sure that all building and safety standards are adhered to as we rebuild and restore your residential or business property.

Learn about Homestead, FL

The Homestead-Miami Speedway in Homestead, Florida

A suburb of Miami and a major agricultural zone in the Miami metropolitan area, Homestead is the second oldest city in Miami-Dade County. It was incorporated in 1913 and celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2013.

Homestead’s modern history, however, goes back earlier to 1898, when the South Dade area opened to homesteaders. In 1904, a railroad line was built through this region. Many of the workers who helped build the railroad line also became among the first residents who founded the city in 1913.

Today, many people are attracted to Homestead for its beauty, warm climate, and proximity to Miami, which is located just 30 miles away. The city is adjacent to two national parks, namely the Everglades National Park and the Biscayne National Park. The Everglades are home to mangrove forests and watery saw grass plains, while Biscayne is popular for its offshore barrier reefs.

Homestead is currently home to more than 64,000 residents.