Providing the Peace of Mind You Deserve
Dedicated restoration experts are ready to help if extreme weather conditions have damaged your space. We don't just want to restore your property. We want to help restore your peace of mind by making sure your home or business is safe. Rest assured that we always offer a personalized experience with industry-leading restoration solutions.
- We have a near perfect 5 Star Rating on Google
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- Brian Close has been serving the Syracuse-Auburn area since 2005
From fires to floods, our team understands the trauma involved in property damage. Our national brand proudly has over 65 years of experience using industry-leading techniques. Our locally owned and operated Syracuse team is well-prepared to tackle any job. We will always use the utmost care to restore your space; that's our promise to you.
What is the difference between Damage Mitigation and Restoration?
A mitigation service aims to stop further damage and reduce the overall loss after a disaster, while a restoration service aims to restore damaged items or property to their pre-disaster condition after a disaster. While restoration is not as urgent as mitigation, it is still crucial and must be completed with urgency. Depending on the significance of the damage to property and possessions, Restoration could take weeks or months.
There is a common misconception that restoration and mitigation services in Syracuse are more expensive than replacing damaged items. In fact, most disaster damages can be mitigated and restored for much less than it would cost to replace everything. A professional restoration team can save whatever is salvageable and replace anything that isn’t.
Our Restoration Company Serves The Syracuse Region
Our service area extends across the region covering both residential and commercial developments. We are proud to have served our community for decades. And, we are grateful for lives we have been able to positively impact along the way.
We have worked on projects of all sizes from apartments, to houses, to commercial buildings. Our territory includes the following:
Established along the route of the Erie Canal in 1820, Syracuse was named after the classical Greek city of the same name. Today, our city is the educational hub of Central New York, as it is home to Syracuse University, State University of New York (SUNY), Upstate Medical University, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, and Le Moyne College.
Our 148,620 residents enjoy the New York State Fair here annually; the first State Fair was held in Syracuse in 1841, and it has been held here consistently since 1890.