Los Angeles Disaster Restoration Company Guarantees 45 Minute Response Times

Pyramid Restoration is a restoration company that serves customers in L.A. county and surrounding areas. They provide extensive restoration services, covering everything from water damage to sewage cleanup.

Sherman Oaks, United States - June 25, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Sherman Oaks, CA— Los Angeles-based restoration company Pyramid Restoration sets the bar high by providing 45 minute response times to their customers. They strive to be the go-to restoration company in the L.A. area when disaster strikes, whether it be from water damage or mold growth.

The company takes pride in many years of industry experience. While working throughout the city of Los Angeles, they quickly recognized the need for quick response times in the event of disaster. When unpredictable circumstances cause damage to a home or apartment, customers don’t want to wait around for professional help to come out.

This is why they dedicate the time, energy, and resources to ensuring that they can respond to calls as quickly as possible. Their professionally trained staff is available 24/7 and guarantee to make it out within 45 minutes. This promise has given the company the opportunity to build their reputation as Sherman Oak’s most responsive restoration company.

Their customers have benefited from their water damage repairs. During the occasional rain storm, L.A. homes are susceptible to flooding because of inadequate draining systems. When residents and businesses face water damage, they are often unsure of how to proceed. They rely on fast response times from Pyramid Restoration to avoid any serious damages affecting their property.

In cases such as these, Pyramid Restoration sends out their team as soon as possible. After assessing the water damage and providing a free estimate, they complete the appropriate repairs. Even though their response times are quick compared to industry averages, Pyramid Restoration also strives to maintain their work’s high quality. Once they’re on site, they take time to do a full-property inspection.

Customers have also benefited from the company’s mold removal services. When mold takes over a property, it can cause not only structural damage but harm to any inhabitant’s health. Homeowners and businesses need quick response times to save their property and protect occupants. Many turn to Pyramid Restoration, as their professionals are guaranteed to start a mold analysis in under an hour.

Aside from remediating water damage and mold growth, the restoration company also handles smoke/fire damage, sewage cleanup, and other disaster services. They strive to support Los Angeles County on the infrequent, but potentially damaging rainy days, and ensure they leave every building as good as new.

Contact Info:
Name: Arman Hov
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Organization: Pyramid Restoration
Address: 14248 Riverside Dr #5, Sherman Oaks, California 91423, United States
Phone: +1-866-818-8878
Website: https://www.pyramidrestoration.com/

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 528416

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