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Frequently Asked Questions

Get Answers to Your Restoration Questions from Action Restoration

What Areas Do You Offer Restoration Services?

At Action Restoration, we provide quick, responsive restoration services all along the U.S. Gulf Coast. With seven offices in cities near you, we can offer quick and efficient restoration services. Call Action Restoration when you need service in Texas, Florida, Alabama, Louisiana, or Mississippi.

Can You Help Restore My Home After a Storm?

Yes! We offer a variety of water and storm restoration services that will help your home get back to a normal state after a storm. Some of these include:

Can I Restore My Home Myself?

If you’re facing a small-scale loss and commercial restoration project, Action Restoration offers equipment rental services. We only use the best tools and technology when restoring our customers’ homes, and now that equipment is available for you to use as well!

Will My Insurance Cover Water or Storm Damage?

Since insurance policies vary for everyone, you should contact your insurance company as soon as possible to see if you’re covered. If you do not wish to file a claim, we can work with you directly to make sure you receive the restoration services you need, as soon as you need them.

Can Smoke Damage My Home?

If you’ve encountered fire or another disaster that has led to your home being filled with smoke, it’s important to call a qualified restoration company right away.

Smoke takes a toll on every surface it touches, and there are different types of residue that smoke can leave behind.

Depending on the amount of smoke damage, your home could be in need of soot removal and deodorization, resurfacing, ductwork cleaning, item removal, and more.

What is Asbestos?

Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral added to construction materials for its fire-retardant properties. Although asbestos was effective in reducing fire damage, it came with a heavy cost—causing lung cancer and other diseases for workers who inhaled microscopic asbestos particles.

If your home or building was constructed before 1978, then there is a good chance it contains some form of asbestos. It could be located in ceiling tiles, flashing, shingles, siding, paint, floors, and more.

The only time asbestos will pose a threat to your family or tenants is when it starts to break down, flake away, or suffer water damage. This could cause asbestos particles to become airborne and lodge in a person’s lungs.

When you require water damage, fire, smoke, or mold restoration services in the Gulf Coast, contact Action Restoration. We have an office near you and can dispatch teams to Texas, Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, and Florida.

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