A National Disaster Team Waiting For You…
Statewide Disaster Restoration is your full service leader in large scale disasters. From hurricanes, tornadoes, or localized flooding events in your commercial, industrial or institutional setting we can respond quickly with our fleet of trained personnel.
Statewide Disaster Restoration has a large fleet of emergency services equipment. From our own 53′ semi-trailer to our 24′ equipment trailers, we have the right amount of materials and equipment to secure your structure. We have 400 pieces of portable drying equipment available along with desiccant dehumidifiers up to 15000 cfm available. We offer portable power generation systems and distribution power systems to meet your electrical requirements. Temporary heat and air conditioning are available to meet your needs.
22310 Telegraph Road
Southfield, MI 48033
2133 47Th Street.
Sarasota, FL 34234
Western Michigan office:
4180 44th Street SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49512
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Statewide Disaster Restoration, Southfield, MI – Grand Rapids MI – Sarasota Florida
- Award category: Teamwork
- Speciality: Insurance restoration
- 17 years in business
- staff : 14 office, 36 field
“If I’m not in business in a week, I’m out of business,” a client told Adam Becker, as they walked a fire-damaged manufacturing plant. Within two hours, Statewide Disaster Restoration had 45 people on site. The business was open seven days later.
“With a large loss, everybody’s on-call,” Becker says. Featured four times onExtreme Makeover: Home Edition, this Michigan restoration contractor can handle both big commercial disaster mitigation jobs — where “we’re as strong at the finish as we are at the start” — and the “unplanned remodels” that come in the wake of a house fire.