Water & Fire Damage Restoration in Miami Beach, FL

Your home or place of business can experience damage due to unforeseen events like collision incidents, fire accidents, flooding, high winds, and so on. Such unfortunate circumstances are beyond anyone’s control, which is why those who go through them can experience utter confusion and tremendous trauma. Thankfully, there are professionals who can help you in your journey toward recovery.

 

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Professional property reconstruction and restoration in Miami Beach, FL

All County DKI is a full-service contractor which has been providing exemplary disaster restoration and reconstruction services in the city of Miami Beach and surrounding areas in South Florida since 1992. Our team members bring with them many years of experience in the industry when they help you restore your residential or commercial property.

The services we offer include water damage and fire damage restoration, contents restoration, mold remediation, and general reconstruction services.

We are all too aware of the fact that many of our clients often find themselves needing professional restoration services even during late at night or very early in the morning. To help people who are in need of immediate assistance, All County DKI can deploy its emergency services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

To find out more about our company and our services, please call us at 888-616-6811 or send us a message through our contact page. All customers are entitled to a free service cost estimate.

Learn about Miami Beach, FL

The skyline of Miami Beach, Florida

The beautiful island resort city of Miami Beach is a cultural hodgepodge popular for its Art Deco district, its Jewish community, its LGBT heritage, and its thriving arts scene.

The area’s modern history traces its roots to 1870, when Henry Lum and his son Charles Lum built the Biscayne House of Refuge to provide assistance to shipwrecked people. With the founding of nearby Miami in 1896, the family of horticulturist John S. Collins saw the potential of developing the island as a resort city. With the help of the Lummus brothers and the Indianapolis industrialist Carl G. Fisher, the Collins developed a wooden bridge that connected the island to the mainland, an effort which jumpstarted the area’s real estate boom. The business partners promoted the new Miami Beach as a playground for the rich and famous, and soon people from all over the United States were flocking to it.

In 1915, the town of Miami Beach was chartered and incorporated. In 1917, it became a city. Between the 1920s and the 1940s, the city experienced rapid growth in the construction of apartments, hotels, and other structures that were built in the Art Deco style.

In the second half of the 20th century, the demographics of the city was enriched by the thousands of immigrants that came in, which included people from Northern United States, Cuban exiles, and members of the LGBT community. In 1979, the city’s Art Deco district was also inscribed into the list of National Register of Historic Places.