THREE DAY DRY GUARANTEE

This alone saves our customers hundreds of dollars, up to 30-40% on average compared to competitor pricing. We are currently the only company offering this guarantee. We will beat any licensed/certified competitor's prices, guaranteed. We also have an "A" rating with the Better Business Bureau and 100% customer satisfaction. You can rest assured that you are getting quality work performed by trained, certified professionals at the industry's lowest prices.

As industry professionals, we pledge to perform all restoration services with honesty, skill and integrity in order to provide a high quality restoration, at the lowest possible price.

We have a program that, in many cases, will reimburse you for your deductible.

Don't Do It Yourself | Trust the flood damage restoration and fire damage restoration experts at A & D Restoration

MANY PEOPLE MAKE THE MISTAKE OF CLEANING UP WATER DAMAGE BY THEMSELVES. THIS IS A COSTLY MISTAKE! WHAT OFTEN HAPPENS IS THAT THEY DRY OUT ONLY THE VISIBLE WATER ON CARPETS OR OTHER FLOORING, LEAVING WATER TRAPPED INSIDE WALLS, UNDER CABINETS, AND BEHIND BASEBOARDS. IN MANY CASES THIS LEADS TO MOLD DAMAGE WHICH IS USUALLY NOT COVERED BY INSURANCE COMPANIES.

Handling Your Insurance Claims

We specialize in handling insurance claims and working with property adjusters. We will be happy to walk you through the entire process, from start to finish.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I use bleach to kill mold?

Bleach will kill mold on the surface of an object, but will not affect the airborne mold at all.

What should I do when I first discover a water damage?

First, make sure the source of water has been stopped, then call a professional. While you wait for help, block up all furniture & turn on any fans you have access to.

My deductible is too high. Can I clean up the water myself?

Many people make the mistake of cleaning up water damage by themselves. This is a costly mistake! What often happens is that they dry out only the visible water on carpets or other flooring, leaving water trapped inside walls, under cabinets, and behind baseboard. In many cases this leads to mold damage which is usually not covered by insurance companies.