Fire cleanup involves much more that just the removal of charred materials. Soot and smoke can not only cause visible damage to a structure and its contents, but it can also permeate into these areas. If this material is not removed correctly and completely, anything that it has come into contact ... [ more + ]
Once water has entered a building as a result of a disaster, damage ensues in a two-fold pattern. First, from the water itself, and next from the moisture which becomes trapped in your furniture, and even your structure. Removing that moisture quickly is critical since it morphs into mold and a ... [ more + ]
Regardless of the magnitude by which a disaster interrupts your business, we at Universal Restoration are poised to meet that challenge. While we have our own teams of personnel to meet your needs, we also employ highly-skilled sub-contractors who have met, or exceeded our employment and industry ... [ more + ]
Universal Restoration Services specializes in helping people and businesses recover from a tragic event that results in property damage and loss. All of our employees are trained to provide customer service and value while adhering to the utmost level of honesty and integrity. We are committed to helping people and businesses through the process of property loss recovery. We promise the cost will be fair and appropriate. Knowing the restoration company you choose is committed to reducing the financial, physical, and emotional impact associated with property damage is comforting in the midst of a stressful situation.[ more + ]
Weather experts are predicting a 70% likelihood that 13 to 20 named storms—which have winds that sustain at 39 mph or higher—will occur, of which 7 to 11 could become hurricanes (winds higher than 74 mph). Of those three to six may become major hurricanes, which means Category 3 to 5, that’s all well above the average for an Atlantic hurricane season, which lasts from June 1 to the end of November.
With the devastation of Sandy fresh in our minds, and another active season predicted, everyone at Universal Restoration Services is committed to providing property damage restoration solutions in the face of these storms and ensuring that our customers are prepared and ready ahead of time. It’s important to remember that tropical storm and hurricane impacts are not limited to the coastline. Strong winds, torrential rain, flooding, and tornadoes often threaten inland areas far from where the storm first makes landfall.