MICHIGAN – DETROIT AND GRANDVILLE
Detroit & Grand Rapids Emergency Response and Restoration Services
Commercial & Residential Response
Michigan businesses, especially those located in Detroit and Grand Rapids, face a host of natural hazards. In addition to everyday issues, such as pipes breaking, fires or sewer backups, businesses need to worry about natural disasters and seasonal flooding. Flooding is common in many areas of the state, with historic flooding occurring on the Grand Rapids river as recently as 2013. Moreover, weather extremes occur throughout the year in the form of thunderstorms, tornadoes and blizzards.
When your property is damaged, whether from a natural or manmade event, loss of work and productivity can actually be more devastating than the event itself. To get back to normal operations as fast as possible, it is important to have an established relationship with an emergency restoration provider who can handle whatever local conditions are thrown your way.
Interstate is Nearby and Ready to Help You
Interstate is equipped to help you recover from practically any emergency, quickly. Our flood and water damage repair specialists are IICRC Certified and trained to deal with any water damage situation. Our professionals also understand local Michigan code requirements and hold all necessary certifications.
After an event, we will arrive at your location, assess damage and begin repairs and/or reconstruction for unexpected events, including:
- Fire and Smoke Damage – Fire damage clean up and smoke mitigation.
- Water and Flood Damage – Flooded basement or flooded building clean up.
- Storm Damage – Roof repair, structural assessment and construction services.
- Mold and Indoor Quality Concerns – We address mold and environmental issues.
Our professionals provide you with clear communications, including frequent reports, throughout your project. And we will use the most efficient and effective methods to speed repairs, whenever possible.
Michigan has two very distinct climates throughout the state, the southern part of the state is much warmer and the northern side of the state tends to have more harsh winters with snow, ice and other winter hazards. Lake-effect snow is common through February and commonly causes unexpected heavy and wet snowfall that can become problematic for the roof of a building. Elsewhere in the state, thunderstorms are active, making up at least 30 days of activity throughout the year. Tornadoes are common in the southern region of the state, averaging 16 tornadoes per year, and the most southern portion of the state is in Tornado Alley.
We are uniquely poised to provide disaster restoration services throughout the state and cover many of the major Counties: Kent County, Oakland County, Macomb County, Wayne County and Grand Rapids. In addition to serving Detroit and Grand Rapids, we also provide disaster restoration services to the Lansing, Kalamazoo and Saginaw regions.
Interstate provides 24/7 emergency response services in Michigan—with a 100% work guarantee.
- Our team has an average of 20+ years’ experience resolving complex issues and completes projects on time and within budget
- We follow a strict code of ethics with every client
- Voted as an AM Expert Service Provider by our clients for excellent customer service and quality workmanship
- We provide you exceptional communication every step of the way
- We will work with your insurance provider to ensure a smooth claim
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