North Carolina Water Damage Restoration & Removal Contractor
Emergency Services for 2021 Winter Storms
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA – After such a historic set of winter storms, RestoreMasters is here to help. We currently have water removal and emergency restoration teams dispatched to all major metro areas in North Carolina. These experts are working day and night to help property owners in the Tarheel State with water cleanup and damage repair due to frozen plumbing, burst pipes, and other cleanup tasks.
Our goal in disaster situations is to always be ready. Our rapid response teams prepared in advance for the types of water damage associated with these types of dramatically low temperatures. In turn, this allowed us to be present when our customers needed us the most.
RestoreMasters primarily works with commercial property owners. However, there are certain circumstances where we can also help large residential homes too. Common examples of the types of properties we work with include churches, hospitals, restaurants, shopping centers, business complexes, industrial buildings, schools, and more.
Prior to the storm, we brought in specialized equipment and personnel to allow us to offer the shortest response time possible. Examples of the restoration equipment we mobilized to the area include air movers, industrial air dryers, equipment for dehumidification, and more. We also brought along our moisture testing experts, demolition crews, and water damage restoration cleanup professionals.
RestoreMasters is proud to be your large loss claim experts. To make the process simple, we also have a team of experienced public adjusters on hand to help you navigate the commercial insurance claims process. Let us work with your carrier to iron out the details so you can turn your focus to more important matters.
Finding the right damage restoration company in North Carolina doesn’t have to be difficult. RestoreMasters offers everything from emergency water extraction and mold remediation to demolition and general contracting during the build back phase.
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North Carolina Metros Affected by Winter Storms
Winter storm damage from the February 2021 storms caused record lows across North Carolina and disrupted power supplies in multiple locations.
With rolling blackouts and freezing temperatures, building owners experienced multiple frozen pipes with burst pipes.
RestoreMasters is working in all North Carolina metros affected by the storm including: Charlotte, Raleigh, Greensboro, Durham, Winston-Salem, Fayetteville, Cary, Wilmington, High Point, Concord, Greenville, Asheville, Gastonia, Jacksonville, Chapel Hill, Huntersville, Rocky Mount, Burlington, Apex, Wilson, Kannapolis, Wake Forest, Hickory, Indian Trail, Mooresville, Monroe, Holly Springs, Goldsboro, along with multiple other areas that were also affected by freezing temperatures.
If you need help with property damage restoration in any city in North Carolina, contact us. We will be glad to help!
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- Bonding Capacity up to $50 Million
- OSHA Safety Trained
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- Certified General Contractor
- Better Business Bureau A+ Rating
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North Carolina Winter Storm Recovery Resources
North Carolina Emergency Management • North Carolina Disaster Relief Resources • United Way North Carolina Chapters • North Carolina Winter Weather Info • American Red Cross of North Carolina • Salvation Army • Disasterassistance.gov • Center for Disaster Philanthropy • Convoy of Hope