Water & Fire Damage Restoration in Royal Palm Beach, FL

After a disaster has occurred in your property, finding a qualified and experienced restoration contractor is key to expediting your recovery efforts. Incorrect or substandard remediation measures could only cause your property to suffer more damage, and they could also jeopardize your chances of promptly restoring your property and recovering salvageable items. Restoration professionals like All County DKI have the necessary expertise to ensure that all appropriate actions are taken.

 

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Professional property reconstruction and restoration in Royal Palm Beach, FL

All County DKI is a full-service restoration contractor that provides 24-hour emergency response services to all clients within its Southern Florida service area. We are always prepared to respond to your call, no matter what time of the day or night it is.

Our restoration crew is fully certified and adheres to the highest standards of quality and safety. We are capable of addressing a variety of disaster situations and can render many kinds of services depending on the nature of the challenge you are currently facing in your property. Our services include water damage restoration, fire damage restoration, contents restoration, mold removal, and general construction work.

If your property in Royal Palm Beach, Florida, has been ravaged by a disaster, every minute counts. Don’t delay in getting professional disaster remediation. Call All County DKI now at 888-616-6811 or send us a message through our contact page for assistance.

Learn about Royal Palm Beach, FL

Located in the central part of Palm Beach County in the Southeastern portion of the state of Florida, Royal Palm Beach is an incorporated village that is home to more than 36,300 residents.

The area where the village now stands was originally a natural preserve with swamplands and hunting grounds for the Seminole Native American people. In the 1950s, some 65,000 acres of this land was purchased by Philadelphia supermarket chain founders Sam and Hattie Friedland. They later sold this property to real estate magnate Arthur Desser, who then initiated the development of the new community. Royal Palm Beach was incorporated in 1959.

Since 1990, Royal Palm Beach has been designated by the National Arbor Day Foundation as a Tree City USA. The entire area within the village’s boundaries is an official bird sanctuary. The city has also been chosen by Family Circle Magazine as one of the Top 10 Best Towns for Families in 2008. The village maintains a high standard when it comes to parks and recreation, setting aside 10 acres of parkland per 1,000 residents.