Water & Fire Damage Restoration in Pahokee, FL

Disasters can strike your property any time. No matter how well-constructed a home or office building is, it can become damaged due to fire accidents, flooding, storms, and other calamities. Even exposure to the elements can cause the gradual deterioration of even the most well-built structures. What you need is a professional restoration service provider who can bring your property back into tiptop shape.

 

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Professional property reconstruction and restoration in Pahokee, FL

At All County DKI, we understand your need for a reliable partner who can restore your home or commercial property when it suffers water, fire, and storm damage. We are a full-service restoration and reconstruction contractor that has been serving Pahokee and surrounding communities in South Florida since 1992.

Thanks to our team of highly skilled technicians and restoration professionals, we are able to provide an array of services to clients residing in our service area. We offer services like water damage restoration, fire damage restoration, mold removal,  contents restoration, and general construction work.

We are aware of how difficult it is to get help when people experience disaster events during off-hours. That’s why we offer emergency response services so we can address your restoration and reconstruction needs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Please call us at 888-616-6811 or send us a message through our contact page to learn more about our company. We will make sure that all building codes and safety standards are adhered to when working on your property.

Learn about Pahokee, FL

Located on the shore of Lake Okeechobee, the city of Pahokee is known as ‘Palm Beach County’s “other” coast. Because of the abundance of a nutrient-rich type of soil (called muck) in the area, the town is an ideal home for royal palms. In fact, when one enters Pahokee, it’s hard to miss the miles of lofty royal palms that greet all visitors.

The town’s name comes from the Creek Native American word which means “grassy waters.” Today, housing only a little over 5,900 residents, the town has maintained its rural atmosphere. The muck makes Pahokee a perfect place to grow crops like sugarcane and corn, as well as several varieties of citrus fruits.

Pahokee also attracts a good number of boating and fishing enthusiasts because the town is located directly on the shore of Lake Okeechobee. Airboat tours are likewise available in town, allowing visitors the chance to see wildlife in their natural environment.