Located in Port St. Lucie, our team at JASD, Inc. is proud to serve our fellow South Florida residents. We’ve helped residents of Lakewood Park, Fort Pierce, Jupiter, Hobe Sound, and other towns along the Treasure Coast. Fires can strike without warning and can turn your life upside down. They can be caused by a lightning strike, a blown circuit, or a grease fire that got out of control in the kitchen. Whatever the cause, our certified and trained technicians are here to restore your home and business so that your life can return to normal.
The initial damage done by the flames in a fire is just the beginning. The remaining smoke and soot contain acids that can continue doing damage to your home’s structure and contents. A larger fire might also mean that you should board up windows or doors if they were compromised. If the fire damaged your roof, you might need to put a tarp over it. When you call our team at JASD, Inc. for fire damage restoration, we will:
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Your home is probably the most valuable asset you have, but it’s also more than that. It’s where you and your family create memories to last a lifetime. You don’t want just anyone restoring your home after a bad fire. Our team, based out of Port St. Lucie, has been called on to restore fire-damaged homes and businesses in Jupiter, Port Salerno, Vero Beach, Stuart, Palm City and many other towns along the Treasure Coast. We are your South Florida fire restoration experts. Here are just a few of the reasons, you should give us a call.
As good as we are at fire damage restoration, we do offer other home damage restoration services. We’ve offered the services below to our fellow Treasure Coast residents for years, and we’ve built up an impressive list of satisfied clients.
It’s important to know what to do immediately after your home has suffered the ravages of fire. At JASD, Inc., we realize that the first 24 hours are crucial. The following steps should be taken to prevent further damage and to begin the process of restoration.