Element Restoration – Services
Here’s a list of things we do extremely well.
Our company is staffed with IICRC certified water restoration technicians who’re on-call 24/7/365 and ready to assist you with your emergency and non-emergency water damage needs. Read more →
Any fire damage is a devastating ordeal to go through. Our fire restoration professionals have helped many property owners recover from such losses and can do the same for you. Read more →
We provide mold inspection and remediation services. We follow IICRC S520 and EPA standards for remediation which will ensure complete removal of excess mold w/o cross-contamination. Read more →
Exposure to asbestos fibers can cause serious health issues and even death. Our company is legally trained, certified and insured to remove and dispose of asbestos containing materials properly. Read more →
When disasters are large, it’s sometimes easier to remove items completely from the property. This allows for sorting, cleaning, and restoration of contents.
We clean carpet, tile, and air-ducts for both residential and commercial buildings. We also provide complete structure cleans and decontaminations.
We’re certified, trained, and properly insured to provide professional trauma scene and biohazard cleanups. Please contact our office for further details.
We provide complete demolition services. This includes securing permits as well as the need for any asbestos or lead paint abatement.
If you’re fine art has been damaged we can help. Our art restoration experts have many years experience restoring artwork of all kinds. Our innovative and detailed process is top-notch.
If any of your electronics have been damaged we can help. We apply the industry’s top equipment and training methods to restore anything from a laptop to a flat screen tv.
Some structural damage can leave a property vulnerable until restoration is complete. Common situations often requiring a board-up stem from fires or break-ins.
We specialize in restoring important documents damaged by fire, water, mold and more. The type of damage caused will determine the prescription needed to restore the document.