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Tulsa, OK Fire & Water Damage Restoration
Professional 24/7 Residential and Commercial Restoration Services

BELFOR Tulsa provides property restoration services for fire, water, mold, wind and storm damage in the Tulsa Metro area as well as Eastern Oklahoma, Southwest Missouri (Branson, Joplin, Springfield), and Western Arkansas (Fayetteville, Fort Smith, Bentonville).

We have responded to area-wide disasters across all three states, including extensive tornado damage in Catoosa County, Moore, and Joplin.  We have responded to fire and water damage at the Berry Plastics manufacturing facility in Pryor and recently helped recover the UPCO manufacturing facility in Claremore after a devastating fire. Watch Video

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Our company offers more recovery solutions than any other restoration contractor, including water and smoke removal, industrial dehumidification, structural cleaning and decontamination, general contracting and reconstruction, mold remediation, document and media recovery, contents restoration, electronics recovery, equipment and machinery decontamination, environmental services, and consulting services.

BELFOR Tulsa is a member of the National Committee for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve.

BELFOR Tulsa Donates Labor and Supplies To Renovate Community Center

When the BELFOR Tulsa team heard about a local community center that was in desperate need of repairs, the team rolled up their sleeves.

The space that the center rented had busted trim, a missing door, graffiti and drywall damage. BELFOR Tulsa team repaired the drywall, replaced the door, painted over the graffiti, added a chalkboard wall and donated a conference table. 

The local center helps families in need with classes that address various issues that they deal with on a daily basis including stress, depression and addiction. The children are cared for on the premises while parents attend group sessions.



Watch the heroic recovery efforts after a tornado rips through Tulsa.