When storms, or other events that cause water, fire, and mold damage to your home or office, call us first. We’re Rapid Response Restoration, and we specialize in restoring your structure when damage finds you. Call us at (786) 408-6188 to receive the best Customer Service in the industry!
Our accreditations are in place to assure your faith in our services. We don’t take your business lightly since your satisfaction is our primary goal. Let us tackle your restoration process, including damage caused by hurricanes, storm surges, floods, rain, fire, and the removal of microbial growth of toxic mold which only needs up to 48 hours to materialize. We also service air ducts. Call Rapid Response Restoration first, because we’re the best at what we do!
Whatever causes damage to your home or office: leaking appliance, a loose hose, an overflowing toilet, a sink or bathtub, we are the ones to call, as we use only the most advanced techniques to get your property restored to what it should be. Take advantage of our 24/7 emergency services and we’ll respond within 45 minutes.
Devastating events such as fires are just as damaging as water events. No matter, because whatever comes your way, our dedicated team of professionals will respond with the knowledge and know-how to clean up and help your home or business get back on its feet. Our fire restoration services are top-notch due to our superb training, which includes getting rid of smoke, soot, and odors. And water needs to be dried quickly, so we use the best commercial drying machinery available.
Getting rid of mold is also essential. If there’s been an event involving water, it will need to be addressed immediately because of its toxic properties. So don’t hesitate to call us because this is what we do!
We’re Licensed and Certified to Respond to Bay Harbor Island – Call (786) 408-6188, if you need us!
Miami Beach is a coastal resort town in Miami-Dade County, Florida incorporated on March 26, 1915. But back in 1870, a father and son, (Henry and Charles Lum) purchased some of the land for .75 cents an acre, and the first building on this empty oceanfront land was the Biscayne House of Refuge which was built in 1876.
Miami Beach is located on a natural man-made barrier island between the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay which separates it from the city of Miami. It has approximately 88,885 residents and accounts for more than half its share of the tourism that the swanky community receives due to its beaches, culture, art, restaurants, diversity, and fun, fun, fun, in the sun.