Water & Fire Damage Restoration in Fort Lauderdale

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Fort Lauderdale sees its share of disasters every year. Fires, hurricanes and floods can happen when you least expect them to. If your home or business is compromised by a disaster, it can sustain profound damage that can go on long after the incident has passed. To deal with both the immediate and residual damage inflicted by a disaster, you’ll have to call for specialized help to get your property back to its normal shape.


All County DKI is exactly that kind of service provider. We offer full disaster restoration services in Fort Lauderdale, FL and its surrounding areas. With state-of-the-art equipment, innovative processes and 22 years of experience, we are your top choice for all your disaster recovery needs. Throughout our long and distinguished business history, our portfolio has bristled with success stories from satisfied homes and business owners across Florida.


All County DKI goes far beyond simple repair and cleanup work. We maximize safety by methodically containing the damaged sections of your property, clearing it and eliminating all possible hazards that may exist. Only after that will we start the repair and restoration process that will get your site back to its pre-disaster state. During this phase, we find ways to salvage everything that can be saved and we safely dispose of items that are too damaged for re-use. We cap off every project with a thorough cleanup effort and an inspection with the client to make sure everything meets expectations.


All County DKI works with most insurance firms in Fort Lauderdale and its surrounding areas. Part of our service is helping you file a successful claim to make the restoration process as smooth and convenient for you as possible. For inquiries, call us now or use our Contact Us form.


Learn About Fort Lauderdale, Florida


Fort Lauderdale is the seat of Broward County in the State of Florida. It’s fairly close to Miami and has a total area of 38.6 square miles. As of 2012, the population stood at 170,747 residents. This makes Fort Lauderdale the 139th most populous city in the USA.


The land now known as Fort Lauderdale was once populated by Tequesta Native Americans. However, their numbers fell as they made contact with European explorers in the 18th century. Smallpox killed many of the natives, resulting in the demise of the ethnic group. The land would later be controlled by the Spanish, the British and finally the American government but would remain undeveloped until the 1900s.


Originally known as the New River Valley Settlement, the city would later be renamed after a series of forts during the Second Seminole War. The forts are themselves named after Major William Lauderdale, commanding officer of the unit that constructed the first of the forts.


Like most of Florida, Fort Lauderdale gets a lot of sunshine all year long thanks to its tropical rainfall climate. This makes it ideal for people who wish to settle down and enjoy great weather along with lovely sights. Its close proximity to Miami and other economically stable Florida cities makes it ideal for commercial and residential infrastructure development.