Fire & Water Damage Restoration In Orlando, FL
BELFOR Orlando provides emergency disaster recovery and property restoration services to the Greater Orlando Metropolitan area, Central Florida and Eastern Florida.
As one of the world’s leading tourist destinations and home to Walt Disney World and the Kennedy Space Center, the City Beautiful is known as the economic center of Central Florida. BELFOR Orlando is a leading restoration contractor for many commercial properties including area theme parks, attractions, hotels and hospitality businesses as well as area universities and colleges. In addition to Mickey and Minnie’s “house,” we also offer residential solutions to homeowners throughout the area.
BELFOR Orlando offers a complete line of property recovery services for fire, water and storm damage including emergency board-up and site containment; smoke and soot removal; water extraction and dehumidification; structural cleaning and decontamination; mold removal; odor control; air duct cleaning; contents restoration; document and media recovery; electronics restoration; machinery and equipment decontamination, repair and rebuild; environmental services; reconstruction and general contracting; and, consulting services.
We play an important role in recovery efforts during hurricane season. With a diverse range of in-house specialists, a large fleet of remediation equipment and years of front-line experience, we can allocate needed resources for any disaster, large or small. Most importantly, we have a proven track record to complete the task at hand quickly and efficiently, so you can get back to business or life — fast.
BELFOR Orlando is a member of:
- Central Florida Hotel & Lodging Association
- Association of Florida Colleges
- Florida Chapter of Association of Higher Education Facilities
- Risk Management Society
We are also proud to be a certified Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration (IICRC) firm.
Hardest Working Cleaning Team In Florida
BELFOR Orlando is being praised on the Major League Soccer (MLS) website for their cleaning and disinfection services. Aside from being called the hardest working cleaning team in Florida, here's a partial excerpt from the site about the BELFOR team:
There is one team in Orlando you’ve not watched on TV, but they’re playing as major a protagonist role in the MLS is Back Tournament in Orlando as any team involved in the month-long World Cup-style competition.
And it’s a team that already knows it will be the last one standing on August 12, the day after the championship final. They were also the first to arrive.
The BELFOR Property Restoration cleaning team has been at MLS HQ in Orlando every day since late June. But this isn’t the bleach-and-brush cleaning that the average person dabbles in at home. This is next level stuff. The kind that’s necessary during a pandemic.
The BELFOR teams are titled “restoration technicians,” certified and trained in water, fire and mold remediation as well as … biohazards. When they’re not busy helping to keep players, referees and staff safe at MLS HQ, they’re responding to environmental and hazmat situations ...
BELFOR Donates Shields For College of Florida Keys
Florida Team Builds Protective Barriers For College
Dr. John Gueverra, president of The College of Florida Keys (CFK), reached out to General Manager Jason McGlinchey with a problem in the middle of June. Given the geographical constraints of Key West, relative to the mainland of the US, the college was finding it impossible to acquire any rigid clear shields for their campus.
The college must adhere to the CDC guidelines and all state requirements, and one of these is to have clear barriers that they can utilize at all reception areas for administration and reception activities. To reopen, the college needed was for (12) 32"x36" barriers. Without being able to acquire the product locally, CFK would not be able to open for the fall semester.
BELFOR Florida quickly went to work to see if they could acquire the materials. Once the materials were acquired, BELFOR Account Managers Jason McGlinchey and Charlie O'Connor decided to go above and beyond the request of the college and custom make all (12) of the barriers. They even hand delivered them to the college.
"College employees are preparing our facilities to safely re‐open. However, it has been challenging to acquire some materials and equipment needed,” said Dr. Gueverra. “We are grateful to our partners at BELFOR for quickly coming to our aid. Their donations will help us create a safer campus environment for our students, employees, and community.”
Florida License CGC046432