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Residential Reconstruction in Kings Mountain, NC
Kings Mountain, NC
September 4, 2018
After our mitigation crew handled the drying process—which also included the removal of wet and damaged flooring, drywall, and insulation—our reconstruction team, led by Jeff Wilson, began the repairs. The ceramic tile in the kitchen was matched and replaced, and matching hardwood was brought in for the repairs to the den. After the floors were installed and refinished, our crew cleaned, moved the property owner’s furniture and décor back into the home, and removed the temporary containment walls.
Biohazard Cleanup in Charlotte, NC
Charlotte, NC
January 26, 2018
Our HAZMAT Bio Team responded to this call. They sectioned the carcass into pieces,placed it into biohazard body bags, and disposed of it in a certified landfill per EPA guidelines.
Commercial Fire in Salisbury, NC
Salisbury, NC
January 26, 2018
The American Restoration team worked several nights from Midnight to 7am, to minimize interference with normal operations, in order to clean the smoke and soot from the building. Using scissor lifts, our team was able to reach the ceiling and beams to clean off all traces of soot. Our team was able to complete the job in less than a week, helping the client get back up and running as soon as possible.
Burst Pipe in Wilkesboro, NC
Wilkesboro, NC
January 23, 2018
We responded with our mitigation technicians and worked late into the night and the next day, drying the building and removing all wet materials. We replaced the ruined drop ceiling and insulation in the foyer. The store was able to open the following day, and our team continued to work quietly to remove remaining wet insulation from the walls so as not to disturb customers. Because American Restoration responded so quickly, only minor repairs were needed.
Bathroom Leak in Shelby, NC
Shelby, NC
December 29, 2017
American Restoration removed the wet vinyl in the bathroom and the wet laminate in the bedrooms and hallway. We pulled the insulation, which was ruined by water damage, from under the house and set up containment so potential hazards didn't spread throughout the home. We then set up dehumidifiers inside the house and underneath the house, and placed fans inside the house to dry the sub-floor.
Residential Fire in Shelby, NC
Shelby, NC
July 31, 2017
American Restoration handled the board up of her home as soon as it was safe to enter, preventing further damage to the property. We cleaned and restored contents, including clothing, shoes, and valuables. We repaired the damages and removed the smoke odor from the home.
Storm Damage in Gastonia, NC
Gastonia, NC
December 27, 2016
American Restoration started by removing the tree, boarding up the home, and tarping the roof to create a water-tight seal that would prevent further damage. We used dehumidifiers, dryers, and other special equipment to remove the moisture from the home, and began the process to rebuild the roof so that it would be structurally sound.
Water & Mold Damage in Shelby, NC
Shelby, NC
The American Restoration team removed the contaminated cabinets and drywall, set up containment around the affected areas, and installed an air scrubber. In the crawlspace our team installed dryers and dehumidifiers to remove all traces of moisture from underneath the home. The images are a great example of what can happen when water damage is not properly mitigated. When left untreated, wet areas inside and underneath a home can lead to extensive mold growth, which can cause a number of health issues. Luckily, our team responds 24/7, and has the proper tools and training to decontaminate and repair mold-damaged homes.
Water Damage in Spindale, NC
Spindale, NC
Our team arrived on site the same day and began working on the demolition and decontamination of the site. All sewage, water, and damaged carpet was removed and the affected area was disinfected. Special equipment was put in place to dry and dehumidify the area to prevent any more moisture damage from occurring in the building.
Mold Remediation in Flat Rock, NC
Flat Rock, NC
Because the water heater’s leak had not been addressed, this property required mitigation services before any other work could begin. Our Senior Mitigation Project Manager Cameron Hamrick, along with his team, diligently to demo and dry out the affected parts of the property, while working closely with the property owners to discuss what could be saved and restored, and what needed to be removed.

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