Water & Fire Damage Restoration in Loxahatchee, FL

Fire accidents, flooding, and storms can cause thousands of dollars’ worth of property damage, and they can also put your well-being at risk. When your place of business is affected, a disaster event can also seriously affect your ability to earn income. When facing such situations, you need to act quickly. Immediate remediation is an absolute must if you want to minimize repair costs and if you are hoping to recover personal belongings that can still be saved.

 

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Professional property reconstruction and restoration in Loxahatchee, FL

Since 1992, All County DKI has been serving residents of Loxahatchee, Florida, who are affected by accidents and calamities right in their own homes or commercial properties. In most cases, these property owners never saw what was coming, so it was understandable that they experienced confusion and trauma in the wake of disaster events.

Knowing all to well how difficult it must be for these people, our team has committed itself to providing top-quality restoration services to those who are in need of our assistance. We are a fully licensed restoration service provider specializing in water damage restoration, fire damage restoration, contents restoration, mold remediation, and general construction services.

Our services are comprehensive from start to finish. You can expect to receive a free service cost estimate when you first talk to us, and you can also count on us to handle all the paperwork necessary for your restoration and reconstruction efforts.

To learn more about our services, please get in touch with us by calling 888-616-6811. You may also leave us a message through our contact page, and we’ll make sure to get back to you as soon as possible.

Learn about Loxahatchee, FL

Part of the state of Florida’s Palm Beach County, Loxahatchee is an unincorporated community situated north of the Royal Palm Beach village and west of the city of West Palm Beach. It is adjacent to the Grassy Waters Nature Preserve and is located within the Indian Trails Improvement District. It is also neighbors with the Loxahatchee Groves, which became a separate town in 2006 when it was incorporated by the state of Florida in order to preserve its bucolic atmosphere.

Loxahatchee itself is quite known for its rural character. It is not uncommon for endemic and exotic wildlife to be seen living side-by-side with civilization.

The town’s name was derived from a Native American word that means “turtle river.”