Has your residential or commercial property sustained some type of water damage? Have you discovered the presence of mold growing on your walls or ceiling? Or, have you experienced a disastrous and destructive fire?
Whatever has caused damage to your home or business, First Call 24-7 is here to get your premises cleaned up and restored back to the way it was before disaster struck.
We are a full service restoration company serving South Florida residents, including those living and working in Coral Springs, who have suffered water, storm, mold, fire, or smoke damage.
So, if you’re looking for a one local property damage restoration service to handle everything from start to finish then we are the company to turn to.
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Why Choose Us?
First Call 24 – 7 provides emergency water damage restoration services, 7 days per week 365 days per year to stop the source of your water issue and provide our qualified technicians to remove the water and begin the drying process. Our proven strategy helps prevent further seepage into your drywall, floors, carpet and furniture which in turn causes further damage and mold.
Our water damage remediation and reconstruction services consist of:
Many people think they can take DIY approach to mold removal. They’ll buy books or watch videos and believe they can do it themselves. Nothing could be further from the TRUTH. DO NOT try to remove mold yourself! Mold remediation must be performed by a trained and experienced professional. Doing it yourself can actually make the mold spores airborne and cause a far more hazardous environment.
Our mold removal process:
If you’ve experienced a fire, it’s common to be overwhelmed by the visible effects of it. Fires take a heavy toll both emotionally and physically. Yet the longer you wait to start recovery efforts, the worse your damage will be.
There are hidden hazards after a fire, and exposure to smoke and soot should not be treated lightly. Smoke and soot damage is a complex mixture of various materials, gasses, and particles from items that have burned.
Here at First Call 24/7, we are one of the leading leak detection companies that uses innovative technology and time-tested detection methods to find the root of the leak. Our technicians are trained to use a number of different water leak detection equipment including electronic leak detection and more.
Our team is available to you 24 /7 / 365 to handle all of your property reconstruction needs. Getting your life back on track and your property back to it’s pre-damaged condition is our top priority. Plus, when it comes to dealing with your insurance company, we handle everything for you to make the entire experience as stress and hassle free as possible.
We specialize in decontamination and disinfection against all pandemic influenza strains (A, B &C incl – H1N1,HIV, H5N1 and H5N8) as well as human coronavirus. We ensure that all of our practices adhere to all OSHA regulations, we use CDC approved and EPA registered industrial-strength medical grade disinfectants with a broad spectrum kill claim, we follow the most state-of-the-art procedures when it comes to disease cleanup and disinfection, and we continually consult with the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) for up-to-date solutions to use against all strains of infectious diseases including COVID 19.
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Officially known as The City of Coral Springs, Coral Springs in Florida is one of the towns in Broward County. This town lies 10 miles to the east of Pompano Beach and is around 15 miles to the northeast of Fort Lauderdale. Coral Springs is under 30 minutes from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and is easy to access from Miami and West Palm Beach via Sawgrass Expressway and the Florida Turnpike. The easiest method to travel around Coral Springs is by car. If you are renting, it is much cheaper to rent a vehicle from locations outside of the airports.
Before its incorporation in July 1963 as a city, the area that now goes by the name of Coral Springs was once part of 20,000 acres of marshlands purchased by Henry Lyons between 1911 and 1939. Today this city is home to 133,000 people. Unique when compared to other cities in South Florida, this area has a few aesthetic codes that prohibit large commercial signage.
Coral Springs is also well-known for its range of recreation opportunities, parks, and several quality schools. Some of the popular attractions in this area include the Coral Springs Center for the Arts or The Museum of Coral Springs. Coral Springs Covered Bridge is also one of the interesting tourist attractions. Coral Springs Aquatic Complex and Veterans Park are also fantastic tourist attractions that offer fun and entertainment for adults and children of all ages. The Seminole Casino Coconut Creek is also a popular destination for visitors to the area. For those that love the beach, Hollywood Beach is also close by.
There are many hotels to choose from in Coral Springs with different amenities. All of these accommodations feature nearby shopping and restaurants. In 2012, Coral Springs ranked 94th overall and 3rd in Florida as a city in the “100 Best Places to Live”, which was published by Money Magazine.