Water & Fire Damage Restoration in Key Biscayne, FL

Keeping a residential or commercial property in good condition can be quite challenging. Factors like long-term exposure to the elements can cause parts of a structure to deteriorate while accidents and disasters can bring about instantaneous destruction or damage. At All County DKI, we understand that when these things happen, the last thing that should concern a property owner is the thought of whether they will be getting their money’s worth when they hire someone to do restoration work. That’s why we have committed ourselves to providing only top-quality services at all times.

 

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Professional property reconstruction and restoration in Homestead, FL

When disasters wreak havoc in your home or business establishment, you can count on our team of experts to bring your property back into tiptop shape in no time. We are a fully licensed restoration services provider backed by many years of experience in the industry.

Our certified and experience restoration professionals offer a wide range of services, from water damage and fire damage restoration to contents restoration, mold remediation, and general reconstruction services.

Because accidents can happen anytime, All County DKI offers 24-hour emergency response services to afford you immediate assistance when you need our help. We work on all types of properties, including homes, office buildings, schools, factories, and warehouses. Just call on our team, and we’ll be more than happy to lend a hand.

For inquiries about what we can do for your property in Homestead, Florida, please call us now at 888-616-6811. You may also get in touch with our representatives by sending a message through our contact page.

Learn about Key Biscayne, FL

The Cape Florida Lighthouse in Key Biscayne, Florida

A short drive over the Rickenbacker Causeway will bring visitors of Miami-Dade County to Key Biscayne, a beautiful island town of more than 12,800 people which lies south of Miami Beach.

The city owes its existence mainly to the causeway, which was built in 1947. Before large-scale residential property development began on the island, its northern portion served as a coconut plantation during the first half of the 20th century. In the past, large parts of the island were owned by the families of industrialists John Matheson and James Deering, as well as by Cuban political exile José Manuel Áleman. The area was incorporated as a new municipality in 1991.

Today, Key Biscayne is famous for its sunny beaches and its large hotel, condominium, and resort complexes. The city is also sandwiched between two important parks — the Cradon Park in the north and the Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park in the south, where the Cape Florida Lighthouse can be found.