Removing Tiles Affected by Fire Damage in a Fort Lauderdale Residence is Only Part of Our Services
A raging fire can destroy a home in a short period, making of it a black, smoldering, horrific mess that you can barely recognize as what you once called 'home' in Fort Lauderdale. Some fires reach such high temperatures, even the tiles on the floor buckle and crack, becoming scorched. Other materials also lend a damaging hand to their destruction, melting over them and dripping hot plastic drops and streams of other synthetics.
With such effects happening in your Fort Lauderdale home from fire damage, you need a reliable company that can make sense of the mess. SERVPRO can help you and your family recover after a disaster strikes your home. Restoring your residence from top to bottom takes time and dedication that our knowledgeable and highly skilled technicians provide to all our customers.
We mitigate fire damage from many different settings and can perform the restorative services your property requires efficiently. We know your family wants to return home and get things back to normal again, "Like it never even happened." SERVPRO can help by guiding you through the complicated processes we perform.
The floor in your home provides the very basis of everything else that makes your family comfortable. Without a sturdy, stable flooring system, your home can never give you that feeling of completeness. This is why we attend to every aspect of your home, from the ceilings to the floors beneath your feet. Removing tile from the concrete underneath gets messy, but we use equipment that scrapes it and the underlying grout or other adhesives away and leaves the subfloor clean and smooth, ready for the installation of beautiful new tile.
SERVPRO of Ft. Lauderdale South serves the families and businesses in the Pembroke Pines and Davie areas by mitigating disasters such as fire damage. You can reach us by calling our local service line number at (954) 776-2000. We are always ready to serve you by successfully restoring your property.