Disaster Services

Since 1997, the Clean Pro Cleaning & Restoration team has provided disaster restoration services.

Clean Pro Cleaning & Restoration hires Certified Technicians skilled in all services for restoration. The Restoration Industry evolves continuously. New technologies help professionals achieve what was only imaginable a few years ago. Our firm follows IICRC S-500 Standard and Reference Guide. This guide is a nationally recognized industry standard for water, fire, and mold damage. We are properly licensed, bonded, and insured for our clients’ protection.

Also, Clean Pro Cleaning & Restoration is compliant with all local, state, and federal laws governing our industry.

Clean Pro offers a 24/7 emergency Disaster Restoration service to all of our clients.

In order to mitigate property damage, a quick response to an emergency is essential. In addition, a quick response provides relief and solutions for the challenges at hand. Our specialized equipment inventory is extensive.  Therefore, we have the capacity to undertake any size restoration project.

In areas of disaster, we offer special services to protect your property and speed recovery.

Time is of the essence in preparation for repairs and preventing further losses. Biological growth and future air quality develop into a problem if not addressed quickly. When other companies are struggling to assemble labor, rent equipment, and trying to locate temporary housing, we are ready. Consequently, we are prepared to deliver mobile housing and offices to the affected area, dispatch crews and vital equipment to begin the restoration process.

Commercial Services are also available.

water damage disaster restoration

The best person to handle a water restoration project is a qualified professional with disaster restoration expertise

fire damage disaster restoration

Fire damage causes heat damage, fire residues, odors and water damage. Heat damage is commonly present in unexpected areas.

mold damage disaster restoration

Mold grows inconspicuously until the affected areas are exposed. It causes a lot of damage if not properly removed and repaired.