For over 25 years Restore of the Heartland has been providing customers with services in fire, water, and mold restoration. We specialize in helping in emergency cases for those moments you weren't expecting. We strive to give our customers the excellent prompt service they rely on when disaster strikes. We are proud to be a member of the Dr. Energy Saver, providing us with the best equipment to restore your home after an accident happens. Get in contact with us today for your FREE estimate
If you live in the Marshall Countyor nearby, we are here to help with your water damages. We are happy to provide you with 24-Hour Emergency Service to get you back on your feet sooner. Some of our water services include:
There are many ways we can go after your fire damage, dependent on a number of factors. Each of our fire restoration includes a written quote, a professional inspection, and on-site appointment where we can address any of your concerns. We make sure to go after the four elements of fire damage to leave you in the safest healthiest position possible: fire damage, smoke damage, water damage, and mold/rot damage.
If not done properly, mold can be difficult to remove from your home's surfaces. Without a certified professional, the mold may not be completely removed and just grow back in a few months time. We specialize in removing mold from your bathrooms, basements, and attics, as well as in black mold removal.
Give us a call today and receive your FREE estimate for your fire, water, and mold restoration
Sudden heavy rainfalls can hit an area hard, sometimes leading to unexpected flooding throughout an entire neighborhood.
Widespread flooding can bring with it severe water damage to home and property. Additionally, these floodwaters can often contain bacteria from sewage or other unhealthy chemicals. Cleanup should be conducted right away.
Plumbing failures can be caused by frozen pipes, as well as failing washing machine hoses, leaking water heaters, corroded/rusted pipes, and many other problems.
Plumbing leaks can lead to damage high in the home, damage wall cracks, and flood behind drywall. In the case of sewer line failure, they can also create a potentially unhealthy condition in the home.
Even during normal rainfall conditions, where flooding is not a threat, groundwater can find its way into a basement or crawl space.
When this happens, a homeowner can find themselves plagued by routine flooding conditions on their below-grade space. Finished basements can be ruined, crawl spaces can rot, and mold spores and odors can permeate the home.
Small water intrusions and minor plumbing leaks can be easy to overlook or ignore, and over time they can lead to major problems with mold and rot. Wall cavities, cupboards, closets, and attics are especially susceptible to damage from mold, rot, and water damage.
Additionally, vented crawl spaces and basements can allow humidity in, leading to moisture problems, mold, and rot.