Fire & Water Damage Restoration In Deerfield Beach, FL
BELFOR South Florida in Deerfield Beach is the most experienced disaster recovery and property restoration contractor in South Florida. We provide a complete line of fire, water, mold and storm damage recovery services for Dade County, Broward County, Palm Beach County, and Monroe County.
Our experience with area-wide disasters caused by hurricanes and tropical storms is second to none. We have the equipment and resources to be on the front lines of any major hurricane disaster relief effort on the Atlantic Coast.
We were honored to receive the Golden Hammer award from Contractor Connection. The Golden Hammer award is presented to the Top Performer from a network of national contractors approved by the referral service.
We offer recovery solutions for both residential and commercial customers such 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; and, consulting services.
We are also a full-service general contractor and can handle all of your reconstruction projects.
BELFOR South Florida is a member of:
- South East Florida Apartment Association
- Florida Independent Colleges and Universities Risk Management Association
- Building Owners and Managers Association
- Risk Management Society
We are also proud to be a certified Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration (IICRC) firm.
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 reopen. 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