BELFOR provides emergency property restoration and reconstruction services for the Boise area, Ada County, Canyon County, and all of Idaho and Eastern Oregon. For property damage of any kind or size, BELFOR has become the contractor of choice for homeowners, businesses, governments, property managers, and insurance professionals. If your home or business has suffered damage from water, fire, storm, mold, earthquake, or any other disaster, BELFOR’s all-in-one suite of services is the most efficient and cost-effective pathway to get your home or business back to normal. Whether your pipes have frozen in the cold Boise winters or you are in need of roof or other reconstruction, BELFOR has the resources and manpower to help you recover.
Over the years, BELFOR Boise has performed successful restoration projects for many clients including the First Baptist Church of Emmett, Boulevard 255, Haines Elementary School, and the Meridian Center, as well as sending crews to aid regional and national disasters such as the Pine/Featherville Wildfire, the Sun Valley Wildfire, the Pocatello Wildfire, and the Twin Falls Floods.
Safety and extensive training is a top propriety of every BELFOR office, and the Boise office is an IICRC Certified Office and an RIA Certified Office. BELFOR Boise has been recognized as a Contractor Connection Top 5 General Contractor and a Contractor Connection Top 5 Mitigation Contractor for overall performance.
BELFOR proudly supports such local associations and causes as the Boise Adjusters Association, Light My Fire, Boise Insurance Professionals, and BOMA Idaho. BELFOR Boise held their annual fundraiser for the Burnout Fund and raised over $5,000 to help provide short term assistance to families whose homes are destroyed by fire. Team BELFOR also raised funds for the Oregon Tough Mudder Wounded Warrier project by participating in the event, an 11-mile obstacle course designed by British Special Forces. Team BELFOR consisted of employees from Portland and Seaside, Oregon, Boise, Idaho, and their clients.
BELFOR Boise goes the extra mile to find ways to finish the job right and on schedule. Despite impassable roads and deep snow drifts, Boise General Manager Nick Bradshaw and Project Manager Jeremy Crockett used four snowmobiles to create an off-road caravan to carry crews, equipment, and materials to a fire-damaged residential site 90 miles from Boise in order to keep the job on track and ensure the family got back into their home on time. BELFOR has been helping out families and businesses with creative and dedicated solutions for years and is tirelessly devoted to accomplishing whatever task we are given.
BELFOR Boise Restores Historic City Landmark
BELFOR Boise restored the historic Gene Harris Bandshell in Julia Davis Park after a fire damaged the roof of the 90-year-old structure. Built in 1928, the band shell was named for famed jazz pianitst Gene Harris in 2001. Harris lived and performed in Boise from the 1970s until his death in 2000.
BELFOR Responds To Flood Emergency
BELFOR's Boise remediated water damage caused by the rupture of an 8‐inch underground pipe at the Saint Alphonsus Health Plaza in Ontario. Crews dried the building while utilizing containment to prevent recontamination of previously cleaned areas.
BELFOR Boise Aids Fire Victims
BELFOR Boise hosted the 8th Annual Burn Out Fundraiser for families affected by fire damage. The annual event raises much needed donations for the charity founded by Boise Firefighters Local 149. Proceeds from the event provide short-term assistance to families whose homes are destroyed by fire.
The Burn Out Fund was established in 1964 by the Boise Firefighters Local Union 149. The organization donates cash to families so that they can get essential emergency food, shelter and clothing.
Idaho Licenses RCE-6056, 16836