Boca Raton Restoration Company - Palm Beach County


When Henry Flagler first set his eyes on what is now the Palm Beach back in 1893, he called it a ‘veritable paradise’, a phrase that rings true to this day. A string of resorts and a well-structured railway setup later, the County’s population quadrupled between 1920 and 1927. Its meteoric rise was noted by a New York Times article in 1925 which stated that its boom ‘yields no parallel’. Unfortunately, it wasn’t meant to be! In 1928, the County received an unexpected visitor – Hurricane Okeechobee – a name that still strikes fear in the hearts of survivors, haunting the region to this day.

While modern-day examples of weather-related catastrophes lean more heavily on 1992 Hurricane Andrew which amounted in 61 lost lives and damages worth over $25 billion, nothing could compare to the event that washed out whole towns in a matter of hours, putting the death toll at 3000.

Today’s Palm Beach

The road to recovery for Palm Beach’s vibrant community seemed hard, but nevertheless it was on the horizon and the County soon bounced back. Today, the place attracts tourists from the world over, chiefly for its historic landmarks, legendary resorts and exquisitely built mansions. The 1928 disaster promoted the Hoover government to construct a 40-foot high dike around Lake Okeechobee, a structure that stands to this day, protecting the populace from a repeat catastrophe. While a destruction of a scale along the lines of Okeechobee isn’t on the horizon, that doesn’t eliminate the possibility of property loss due to flooding as illustrated by the tropical cyclones between 2004 and 2005 or the very recent Irma, making it necessary for the local community to be prepared at all times.

Preserving Palm Beach’s sanctity:

Its clear sparkling waters, golden sunsets and glistening sandy beaches lined with luxury homes and mansions can be everyone’s idea of dream vacation. However, in our decades of service in the region, we know one thing; even the mightiest of homes cannot withstand Nature’s fury and must bend to its will. That’s where Boca Raton Restoration Company, the premier restoration company in the Palm Beach County, can be of assistance. You never know when the alluring calm may give in to a raging storm, turning life as you know it, into a whirlwind of destruction – but we stay prepared at all times. Operating a 24-hour service in the region, we can get to you faster than anyone can in the face of a calamity, helping you put your lives back together again.

Beyond Nature’s destruction:

Everything can’t be blamed on Nature, because there are quite a few things we can bring upon ourselves. You can’t blame anyone but yourself if a poorly-maintained rooftop blew away in high-speed winds, or an unattended pot caused a fire to breakout in your Palm Beach luxury resort. But don’t worry! Accidents happen, don’t let it ruin your life. Call upon us on 561-275-5990 anytime you need:

  • Fire damage restoration servicesBoca Raton Restoration Company Boca Raton, FL 561-275-5990
  • Water leak detection
  • Water damage drying and restoration
  • Mold detection and removal
  • Clean-up and debris removal
  • Decontamination and deodorization
  • Smoke and soot removal
  • Reconstruction of damaged property
  • Full scale renovations or makeover

Our services extend to the following cities:

Boca Raton, FL, Boynton Beach, FL, Delray Beach, FL, Greenacres, FL, Lake Worth, FL, North Palm Beach, FL, Palm Beach, FL, Palm Beach Gardens, FL, Royal Palm Beach, FL, West Palm Beach, FL