Disaster Restoration, Asheville, NC
We have been helping people in the Asheville area and beyond with their disaster restoration needs for over 20 years.
Here at Remtech Environmental, we have seen the aftermath of many different types of disasters – hurricanes, tornados, floods and more. We have participated in multiple large-scale disaster restoration efforts near Asheville, North Carolina including the Carolinas coast. We have also provided disaster restoration services as far away as Nebraska, Texas and Cayman Islands. We are trained and certified to complete disaster restoration work and follow all applicable regulations and guidelines from the EPA, OSHA, and the IICRC during this work.
Not only can we provide disaster restoration services for residential homeowners, we also serve commercial and industrial clients, including the following:
- Retail and commercial buildings including supermarkets and malls
- Industrial plants, warehouses, distribution centers and transportation services
- Military bases and government facilities and buildings
- Other shared-use buildings like schools, churches, hotels, motels, and restaurants
When it comes to disaster restoration, we understand that you have already experienced a traumatic and stressful event. It is our goal to make the restoration process as pain-free as possible. We are committed to finding unique solutions for your unique problems. You will appreciate our responsiveness and follow-through during all aspects of your disaster restoration process. We offer 24/7 emergency services and have been serving the Asheville area and beyond for over 20 years.
If you have any questions about disaster restoration and our services, please give us a call here at Remtech Environmental today. We want to help you overcome your challenges, not scare you or add to your concern. Our help is just a simple phone call away.
Reasons to Let a Professional Handle Disaster Restoration
At Remtech Environmental, we want those in the Asheville, North Carolina area who experience a disaster to stay safe during the disaster restoration process. While we understand it may be tempting to attempt cleanup on your own in the hopes of saving some money, it is not a good idea. First of all, flood water is full of contaminants, and without following safety protocols, it could result in illness. In addition, some building materials, such as those made with asbestos, become quite hazardous when wet or even by being disturbed. Finally, we can get the disaster restoration process done more effectively and efficiently than you could, so you can get your life back to normal more quickly.