Fire Damage Restoration For Tampa, Brandon, Clearwater, St. Petersburg and Nearby Areas
When a home is damaged by a fire, even a small fire, that damage can be significant. The heat from the fire itself can cause damage. Smoke can get into HVAC systems and be spread to furniture, clothing and carpeting. The water used to extinguished the flames will likely cause its own damage to the home and its contents. Then, of course, there is the lingering danger of mold.
When you are in need of fire damage restoration, including mold removal services, there is one name to remember in Florida. That name is Neumann Construction. Neumann Construction is a network of Florida companies that are family owned and operated since 1973. Starting with one employee, over 40 years ago, the company now has over 120 employees.
Our fire damage restoration services include:
- Board ups
- Removal of damaged contents
- Disposal of unrecoverable items
- Cleaning and remediation of structure and salvageable contents
- Mold removal
Fire damage is a challenge to properly remediate. Inexperienced companies may offer services that don’t completely resolve the lasting effects of a fire. Odors and mold removal must be done properly. Damage can’t simply be painted. Don’t settle for less than the best. When fire damage occurs, contact Neumann Construction.
We are an A+ Rated Accredited Business of The Better Business Bureau. We offer free estimates and 24 hour emergency services. Just as important, we are committed to quality services performed with integrity and craftsmanship. After all, our family name is on the business and that is something we don’t take lightly.
Getting your home or business restored after a fire can be a frustrating experience. If you live in
Tampa, Brandon, Clearwater, St. Petersburg or surrounding areas, Let us help take the hassles out of it with a call to Neumann Construction. Contact us and get a free estimate on your Florida fire damage restoration project. We look forward to assisting you and getting your property back into pre-fire condition.