Fire & Water Damage Restoration In Belton, TX
Located in the Killeen-Temple-Fort Hood metropolitan area, BELFOR Belton offers emergency disaster restoration and property recovery services with small community pride and large urban area abilities.
We offer 24-hour service for commercial, industrial and residential customers. Services include emergency board-up and site containment; smoke and soot removal; water extraction and dehumidification; mold removal and remediation; document freeze drying and recovery; environmental services such as asbestos, lead and hazardous materials removal; electronics restoration; air duct cleaning; contents restoration; machinery decontamination, repair and rebuild; semiconductor decontamination; general contracting and reconstruction; consulting services; and more.
Recent fire and water damage services have been performed for the Killeen Housing Authority, Belton Independent School District, and many area churches. We have also provided assistance in area-wide disasters such as the 2014 Waco storms, 2011 Texas freeze, and 2013 fertilizer plant explosion in West.
BELFOR Belton is a member and supporter of the Belton Chamber of Commerce, Killeen Chamber of Commerce, and Ronald McDonald House.
We are also proud to be a certified Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration (IICRC) firm.
BELFOR Belton Saves Irreplaceable Historic Documents
BELFOR Belton handled the restoration of water and mold-damaged documents in the Palestine Public Library’s Special Collections. Many of the rare documents were from the Reconstruction era. They all had to be painstakingly processed individually.
According to the Palestine Herald:
“In March, the city hired BELFOR to remove all moisture and mold from hundreds of historic and irreplaceable documents. The company's remediation team boxed up all affected items and shipped them off in a truck in April. Documents from the estate of Elizabeth Stafford Hutchison, a Palestine daughter who became a Washington socialite, a rare collection of Reconstruction Era documents, and numerous Anderson County court records, all of which had to be cleaned and dried, one page at a time."
The restored documents were returned to the library in June.