Chino Hills 24/7 Flood Damage Restoration & Mold Remediation Services Launched

24/7 Flood Restoration Chino Hills has launched professional flood cleanup, water damage restoration and mold remediation services. They also offer thorough carpet cleaning and structural drying services.

Chino Hills, United States - March 15, 2019 /PressCable/ —

24/7 Restoration Chino Hills has launched urgent flood clean up, water damage restoration and mold remediation services. The company specializes in providing fast and efficient services to homes and businesses affected by flood damage.

More information can be found here: https://goo.gl/maps/yuEGhvH5xax

The company offers professional and experienced commercial cleaning and restoration services to ensure businesses experience minimal downtime after flood damage. The team understands how important it is to get things back to normal after flood damage; every hour spent restoring is an hour of lost productivity and potentially lost money.

The team takes on commercial cleaning and restoration projects for all building types including office buildings, high-rises, small retail stores, large retail and big box stores, high-rise residential buildings, manufacturing and industrial, government and military, apartment buildings, restaurants and hotels and motels.

No project is too big for the team. They will send experienced and qualified staff to the site urgently to begin working on cleaning and restoration to get it back to normal in no time.

The company employs specialists skilled in mold and mildew remediation. Mold can be an extremely harmful substance and can be detrimental to the structural integrity and air quality of a building. As soon as mold is found on a property, 24/7 Restoration Chino Hills will have a skilled specialist on their way to remove it as quickly and efficiently as possible.

In addition to flood cleanup, water damage restoration and mold remediation, the company also offers thorough carpet cleaning and structural drying services. Sometimes water removal services aren’t quite enough to remove all of the moisture from the floor and the air and a full content drying and dehumidification service is required.

The team is fully qualified to determine and deal with all of these problems and work quickly to get their clients’ lives back to normal. Interested parties can find more information at the link above.

Contact Info:
Name: 24/7 Restoration Chino Hills
Email: Send Email
Organization: 24/7 Restoration Chino Hills
Address: 5843 Pine Ave Suite #D, Chino Hills, CA 91709, United States
Phone: +1-909-757-0500
Website: https://goo.gl/maps/yuEGhvH5xax

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 492866

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