When storms do damage, you’ll need an accredited, licensed, and insured restoration company on standby. Call Rapid Response Restoration at (786) 408-6188 for an immediate response and we’ll resolve your water, fire, and mold problems to your satisfaction – 100% of the time!
Sometimes water damage comes from a leaking appliance, a loose hose, an overflowing toilet, or an unsuspecting faulty sink or bathtub. We are experts at sourcing, inspecting, drying, disinfecting, and resolving your water damage no matter the size. We have 24/7 emergency services to respond within 45 minutes of your call.
Fires are devesting and can leave your home or business in need of serious fire restoration. We use high-speed drying technology, and efficiently clean and restore the after-effects of the water damage unavoidably caused by the fire department by eliminating the smoke, soot, and odors.
If you smell mold, it’s already growing, whether because of a storm, a flood, or the aftermath of a fire. Mold is toxic and it needs to be eliminated fast! No matter what, you deserve a clean-smelling and safe place to dwell after the restoration is complete. That’s what we do!
Let our licensed and accredited professionals restore your property, get ahead of the potential microbial growth of toxic mold. Remember, mold only needs up to 48 hours to grow, even in air ducts. So if you ever need certified specialists to do the heavy cleaning and restoration for your home or office, call us and get to know why Rapid Response Restoration Company is the best at what we do!
We’re Licensed and Certified to Respond to Bay Harbor Island – Call (786) 408-6188, if you need us!
Bay Harbor Islands was founded on April 28, 1947, by Sherpard Broad. Consisting of two islands, formally known as Broadview and Bay Harbor, they are now recognized as the West and East Islands. The West Island is filled with single-family homes, and the East Island mostly consists of the business district and multi-family housing.
The island is adjoined with North Miami-Dade County, and the population is currently around 6,000 residents, consisting of only 0.6 square miles of land, and 0.2 square miles of water. The east island has one of the largest collections of mid-century architecture of the ‘40s and ’50s, and considered one of the “11 Most Endangered Historic Places.”