BELFOR Houston offers disaster recovery and property restoration services to the greater Houston metropolitan area and the Gulf Coast bayou area of Galveston.
Located in the most populous city in Texas and the fifth-most populated metropolitan area in the United States, BELFOR Houston has the equipment and resources to have “boots on the ground” and handle any large disaster or small damages caused by fire, water, hurricanes or storms – 24 hours a day.
Services include water and smoke removal, structural cleaning and decontamination, emergency board up and site containment, dehumidification and mold remediation, document and media recovery, contents restoration, electronics and machinery decontamination, environmental services, and general contracting and reconstruction services.
With extensive Hurricane recovery experience in Texas and Louisiana, BELFOR Houston is prepared to respond to area-wide disasters at all times.
BELFOR Houston is a certified contractor/vendor for the City of Sugarland, Sam Houston State University, and Spring Independent School District, and a member/supporter of the Houston Apartment Association, Texas Apartment Association, Risk Management Society, and Army Corps of Engineers-Houston.
BELFOR Houston Receives Recognition From City
When torrential rains wreaked havoc on the City of Houston, BELFOR Property Restoration immediately mobilized response teams and equipment, and went to work rebuilding and restoring more than 4,935,000 square feet of flooded areas, including homes, commercial property, apartments, churches, and campus areas. This huge effort was led by the Houston BELFOR Office and BELFOR’s National Catastrophe Response Team.
In keeping with the company motto – Restoring More Than Property - and with a goal to restore hope to our community, BELFOR also handed out bottled water, cleaning solutions, boxes, and packing supplies to those in need.
BELFOR’s recovery efforts and continuing work to help Houston and surrounding counties were recognized by the Mayor and City of Houston. Accepting the honor (pictured above L-R) were Marcus Garza, John LeFevre, Brian Crow, and Chuck Clements.