Water & Fire Damage Restoration in Pembroke Pines

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It’s easy to see what fires and floods can do to a building as they unfold. Fires incinerate everything they come in contact with while floods contaminate and weaken your property from the inside. Even after a disaster passes, its residue can continue doing damage to your property right under your nose. To prevent incremental damage over time and get your place back to its pre-disaster state, you need to get help from a professional restoration service provider.

 

All County DKI is precisely that kind of company. We specialize in clearing disaster-stricken areas, neutralizing hazards and bringing the place back to its normal form. With 22 years of experience, modern equipment and a committed workforce, we are Pembroke Pines’ unquestioned leader in disaster recovery. Call us today or use our Contact Us form to get friendly assistance from our team of restoration experts.

 

Since 1992, All County DKI has helped Pembroke Pines’ home and business owners get back on track in the aftermath of blazes, hurricanes and floods. We start the restoration process with a free and thorough inspection of your property. Once we’ve analyzed the situation, we’ll give you a set of recommendations along with a cost estimate to help you decide on what’s best for your building.

 

We work well with most insurance firms in the State of Florida. When you hire All County DKI to restore your property, we’ll assist you in the documentation and filing of your insurance claim. Our goal is to make the restoration process as smooth and hassle-free for you as possible. Pick up the phone today and take the first big step in getting back where you were prior to disaster.

 

Learn About Pembroke Pines, Florida

 

Pembroke Pines is a city in Broward County, Florida. It has a total area of 33.1 square miles and has a population of 154,750. It has the second largest population in the county and the 11th largest in the state. Like other parts of Florida, Pembroke Pines has a tropical climate characterized by hot, humid summers and warm, dry winters.

 

The city gets its name due to the fact that it’s in a part of Pembroke Road where pine trees grow. The road was named after British land owner Earl of Pembroke. Native Americans were the land’s first occupants dating back to around 4,000 years ago. In modern times, Pembroke Pines started off as an agricultural town but later grew in terms of infrastructure and population after World War II retirees settled in. By 1951, the city was incorporated.

 

Today, Pembroke is one of Florida’s more prominent townships. Over the last 10 years, expansions have been made to the west. The city has a complete range of public service facilities as well as educational institutions that cover all levels from elementary to college.