Water & Fire Damage Restoration in Pompano Beach, FL

When your home or your business is beset by a fire or a flood, the clean up process needed to restore your property can take a considerable amount of time and effort to complete. In situations such as these, it’s best to leave the cleanup work to a reliable crew of experts who know what they are doing.

 

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Professional property reconstruction and restoration in Pompano Beach, FL

All County DKI has been in the business of restoring homes and offices from fire damage and water damage, as well as mold remediation, since 1992. Our full restoration services extend to Pompano Beach, FL and all surrounding areas, so we’re just a call away from reaching you. We understand the need for fast and reliable service in order for you to return to everyday lifestyle.

Our team of highly trained and hard working restorers will gladly inspect any site then give a fair and thorough assessment of it afterwards. We follow strict building code and standard compliances to ensure that the restoration work can continue smoothly and without a hitch. We will also determine if any items from the disaster can still be salvaged or identify items which must be safely disposed of. The entire cleanup process is done with the knowledge that we will be able to return your property to its pre-disaster state as quickly as possible.

Our excellent quality service is only surpassed by our dedication to our clients. We offer free inspections and estimates, so call us now at 888-616-6811. You can also get in touch with us through our contact page.

 

Learn about Pompano Beach, FL

Pompano Beach is currently on the cusp of some great things, having begun a massive redevelopment process to bring life back to its beachfront and historic downtown. It is listed as a top real estate market and has been featured in CNN and the Wall Street Journal as one of the country's best vacation home markets.

The name of the city is derived from the Florida pompano, a fish that is commonly found on the Atlantic coast. It has a tropical rainforest climate, where the temperature rises to the high hundreds in summer but remains at a stable 60s-80s during other parts of the year.

Located within the city are the Ely Educational Museum, Meridian Gallery, and the Pompano Beach Art Gallery, showing a commitment to the local arts. Pompano Beach also holds several events annually, including the Pompano Beach Seafood Festival, St. Patrick's Day Festival, a Holiday Yuletide Parade and an Annual Nautical Flea Market.