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Upper Restoration offers comprehensive water damage remediation services to ensure the well-being of property owners and occupants. Our team of experts will inspect your property, assess the damages, and remove and replace the affected materials in a safe and efficient manner.
We are committed to providing top-quality service, and ensuring that your property is certified safe for occupancy. Contact us today to learn more about our water damage remediation services and how we can help keep your property safe.
Upper Restoration Water Damage Long Island offers solutions for Residential and Commercial restoration services. No matter how big the work is, we are going to be there and with the best solution, you can get. With multiple offices on Long Island, we offer restoration services all around Nassau and Suffolk Counties.
Upper Restoration Water Damage Long Island will respond to your need in 30 minutes or less, with immediate availability. We’re restoration experts with the best Water Damage Restoration service on Long Island.
Unfortunately, flooding and water damage on Long Island is not uncommon occurrence. Any source of uncontrolled water can potentially cause serious damage. The small drip of the kitchen or bathroom faucet that never overflowed the basin could one day result in a pool in the same room or even the entire house if certain conditions are present. Flood water has been traditionally placed into two categories, black and gray water. Blackwater is from outside water, such as streams and raw sewage. Gray water will come from within your home and includes that from the toilet, dishwater, and sinks.
We are fully licensed, insured and have years of industry experience in the removal of asbestos containing materials. We have a work history that covers just about any size asbestos abatement job there is. Our experience and knowledge are what separate Upper Restoration apart from other companies. We work together with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) in adhering to the rules and regulation set forth by these governing agencies.
If you are unsure if you have an asbestos problem, call to have one of our teams visit your site for asbestos inspection and testing. We will thoroughly explain the situation and develop the right plan for making it safe.