Rapid Response Restoration specializes in restoring your structure when damage is done to your property due to a storm, hurricane, fire, and the effects of mold. We also serve as contractors to rebuild your structure after the damage is done. Make one call to (786) 408-6188, and let us restore you!
Sometimes water damage can come from leaking appliances, a loose hose, an overflowing toilet, a sink, or bathtub, and sometimes it’s because of mother nature. Either way, our 24/7 emergency services are ready to respond within 45 minutes of your call. Let us prove to you why we’re the best in Customer Satisfaction!
Mother Nature brings about hurricanes, storm surges, floods, rain, and sometimes fire. If this happens to you, we’ll respond with our advanced arsenal of restoration knowledge and tools to rebuild and restore your structure! Call, or leave us an online message for questions and answers regarding all that we specialize in.
When a fire damages your property, our fire restoration services include professional training geared toward removing the smoke, soot, and odors, in addition to the water and damage. It could occur from an electrical overload, a lightning strike, or human error. Rapid Response Restoration is prepared no matter the cause, with the experience to get your structure back on its feet, and eliminating any mold that may be present!
We handle it all because this is what we do!
Keep Rapid Response Restoration Company in mind if the need arises because we’re the best at what we do! 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 the elimination of microbial growth of toxic mold. which only needs up to 48 hours to materialize. We also service air ducts.
We’re Licensed and Certified to Respond to Bay Harbor Island – Call (786) 408-6188, if you need us!
Hollywood is the brainchild of a man by the name of Joseph W. Young, who established it in 1920. Later, he gave the land to the city to create what it is today and it was incorporated as an official city in 1925.
From the beginning, Young made sure the land had water, underground power cables, water and sewers, a sidewalk, street lamps, and a telephone system. Because of his dedication toward its establishment, he was elected as its first Mayor.
It’s located in Broward County as part of the Miami metropolitan area, and is located between Fort Lauderdale and Miami. It’s the 12th largest city in the state with approximately 160,000 residents, and it offers a perfect average temperature between 68 and 83°F.