When a storm happens, you’ll need an accredited, licensed, and insured restoration company to help you restore your property. When you call Rapid Response Restoration at (786) 408-6188, we’ll respond in a timely manner, and get to work with a restoration plan!
Whether due to a hurricane, storm surge, flood, rain, fire, and their after-effects, we’ll have you back to normal in no time. We skillfully clean up, rebuild, and restore your structure like new! Call, or leave us an online message to find out more.
If you have damage from a leaking appliance, a loose hose, an overflowing toilet, or an unsuspecting faulty sink or bathtub, you should know that Rapid Response Restorations are leaders in our field. We diligently source, inspect, dry, disinfect, and resolve your water damage no matter the size. And our 24/7 emergency services are in place to help you whenever the need arises.
Fires require water to oust them, which causes damage in itself, so our fire restoration plan takes that into account. We use high-speed drying technology while efficiently cleaning and restoring your water damage including the smoke, soot, and off-putting smell.
And if you begin to smell mold, that’s a sign that it is permeating on and within the structure. Nobody wants to inhale this toxin, which can turn into black mold, so we became experts in that area as well, because that’s what we do!
Microbial growth of toxic mold is a nasty issue that needs to be removed and eradicated before it’s inhaled continually. Its effects mimic that of a cold or the ,flu and that can be dangerous if it goes without detection as it only needs up to 48 hours to grow, including growth within air ducts. So, call Rapid Response Restoration to handle the damage, because we’re the best at what we do!
We’re Licensed and Certified to Respond to Bay Harbor Island – Call (786) 408-6188, if you need us!
Sunny Isles has stores that line the main thoroughfare, Collins Avenue, through the pulse of the city. Even though its total area land mass is 1.4 square miles, and 1.0 miles as water, it is known for having the 14th tallest skyline in the country.
In 1920, a private investor named Harvey Baker Graves purchased a 2.26 square mile of land to develop it into a tourist resort. It was then named Sunny Isles, also known as, the “American Rivera.” It is located in Miami-Dade County and consists of approximately 20,000 residents who are, no doubt, watching the barrier island skyline, beachside.