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Removal of black soot, dust, extinguisher foam, and debris.
Eliminating fire and smoke odors (process is 100% guaranteed).
Restoration and Repairs
Rebuilding any damaged areas and putting your property back together.
Call us with any question or concern. We can help.
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"Fires are the second-leading cause of accidental death around the home."
Federal Emergency Management Agency
According to the Fire Administration statistics for North Carolina fires since 1985, the average property loss per fire is $3,435.
Deaths and injuries statistics are as follows:
There are 1.63 deaths and 7.92 injuries per every 1000 fires.
To learn more about North Carolina fires statistics, you can use the National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS) and generate national and state fire loss reports based on NFIRS data.
These statistics do not include unreported fires.
Did You Know?
All RestorationSOS® Teams are fully licensed and insured.
RestorationSOS® can bill all restoration costs directly to your insurance company.
RestorationSOS® is a nationwide network of fire damage restoration experts.
6 Steps Towards Guaranteed Satisfaction
1. Immediate Response to Your Loss
2. Free Damage Consultation & Analysis
3. Written Estimates Including Costs Breakdown
4. Professionalism, Experience, Integrity
5. Job Completion On Or Before Schedule
6. Direct Insurance Billing
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What We Do?
RestorationSOS® of North Carolina is a certified provider of residential and commercial fire restoration services.
• Pack Out
• Content Cleaning
• Electronic Restoration
• Document Restoration
• Extinguisher foam cleanup
• Reconstruction & Repair
• Water Damage
• Free Estimates
• Insurance Processing & Billing
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Resources & Links
North Carolina State License Board
State license required for jobs over $30,000 (labor & materials)
Others check local Department of Revenue
State License Board
State Board of Examiners: Plumbing, Heating & Fire Sprinklers