St. Louis, MO Fire & Water Damage Restoration

Professional 24/7 Residential and Commercial Restoration Services

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BELFOR St. Louis provides a complete line of fire, water, mold and storm damage property restoration services for St. Louis, Columbia and Eastern Missouri.

Residential and commercial solutions, 24/7 emergency response, and certified professionals have given BELFOR Missouri a top-rated reputation among restoration contractors in Missouri. We are honored to have been the recipient of the prestigious Keystone Award for “Project of the Year, Emerging Contractor” which recognizes excellence and achievements of St. Louis construction firms.

In addition to general contracting and reconstruction, we offer water and smoke removal, structural cleaning and decontamination, dehumidification, mold remediation, document and media recovery, contents restoration, electronics restoration, equipment and machinery decontamination, environmental services, and more.

BELFOR St. Louis is a member of the St. Louis Apartment Association, Greater St. Louis Claims Association, International Facility Management Association – St. Louis Chapter, and the Fenton Area Chamber of Commerce.

BELFOR Missouri Supports Diabetes Research

BELFOR St Louis, Columbia and Swansea raised over $13,000 at their 12th Annual Charity Golf Drive for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). Over the past 12 years, the event has raised nearly $158,000 for JDRF.

The mission of JDRF is to find a cure for this disease and its complications that can include kidney disease, blindness and stroke.

BELFOR St. Louis

616 Spirit Valley East Drive Chesterfield, MO 63005
Phone: 636.728.0580
24/7 Emergency Number
General Manager: Steve Stodnick

Areas Serviced

  • St.Louis
  • Southeast Missouri

BELFOR Restoring Historic Veterans Memorial Coliseum

BELFOR St. Louis responded immediately to secure, clean debris and restore one of Marshalltown's historic treasures. The historic Veterans Memorial Coliseum (VMC) sustained significant damage when an EF3 tornado ripped the roof off the building, sending the debris flying into City Hall.

Constructed in 1928, the VMC was originally built to honor Civil War, Spanish American War, and World War I veterans. Prior to WW II, it served as the training quarters for the Iowa National Guard.