Your Trusted Partner in Quick and Efficient Water Damage Restoration in Huntington, West Virginia
Welcome to First Response Restoration, Huntington, West Virginia’s leading water damage restoration service. With years of expertise and state-of-the-art equipment, we provide prompt, reliable solutions to homeowners and businesses alike.
Why Choose First Response Restoration for Water Damage Restoration in Huntington, West Virginia?
- 24/7 Emergency Services: Water damage doesn’t wait; neither do we.
- Certified Professionals: Our team consists of IICRC-certified technicians trained in the latest restoration techniques.
- Advanced Equipment: From moisture detectors to air movers, our gear is designed to resolve your water damage quickly and efficiently.
- Local Expertise: Being local to West Virginia gives us the ability to respond faster and understand the unique challenges faced by homes and businesses in the area.
Our Water Damage Restoration Process:
Common Causes of Water Damage in West Virginia
Frequently Asked Questions
The cost of water damage restoration varies based on the extent of the damage. Contact us for a personalized estimate.
Yes, First Response Restoration is fully insured, and our technicians are IICRC-certified.
The timeline varies, but most residential projects are completed within 3-5 days.
Huntington is the second-largest city in West Virginia and is the county seat of Cabell County. Huntington sits on the Ohio River and is home to Marshall University (the second largest university in West Virginia). Even though it is a larger city, it still is a tight-knit community where many families live. There are activities available for everyone in this area, such as the Heritage Farm Museum and Village, Ritter Park, Pullman Square, Huntington Museum of Art, Museum of Radio and Technology, Camden Park, Harris Riverfront Park, and the Joan C. Edwards Stadium. First Response Restoration always enjoys doing jobs in Huntington because of the kind people and great atmosphere. Please give us a call if you are ever looking to have any work done on your Huntington residence.
In the photo to the left, you will see a garage door and shutter. After a mishap where the homeowner confused the gas and break, there was extensive damage to the garage door, the garage door opener on the interior, and the framing around the opening. On our initial visit, we had to board up the entrance to secure the structure to prevent anyone from entering. After working with the homeowners and insurance company, we were able to reach approval for the repairs. The result put the homeowners at ease. It is crazy how such a simple mistake can cause considerable inconvenience. If you find yourself in a similar situation, give us a call.