Fire & Water Damage Restoration In Virginia Beach, VA
BELFOR Virginia Beach provides disaster recovery and property restoration services to the communities of Chesapeake, Norfolk, Williamsburg, South Hampton Roads as well as other surrounding Eastern Shore towns.
This seaside region is prone to severe coastal weather including hurricanes, flood damage and high winds in addition to daily man-made catastrophes that can occur without notice.
Our 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.
Our Virginia Beach team has provided disaster relief services for the regional community including restoration projects for Christopher Newport University, AMF Bowling Alley and the Lincoln Military Housing Quarters.
BELFOR Virginia Beach remains an active supporter of various charities as well as industry and professional organizations such as the:
- Hampton Roads Apartment Council
- Southeastern VA Chapter Community Association Institute
- Tidewater Builders Association (TBA)
We are also proud to be a certified Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration (IICRC) firm.
BELFOR Supervises Disaster Site
BELFOR Virginia Beach provided emergency assistance after a helicopter accident caused a devastating fire at a condominium in Williamsburg. The fire left the structure unsafe and unsalvageable. The building had to be fenced and secured.
According to The Virginia Gazette:
"Virginia State Police officers who had provided around‐the‐clock security have also been relieved, and the crash site is now being supervised by BELFOR Property Restoration, a private disaster recovery and property restoration company. The company has security guards posted at the scene, and has put up fencing around the burned‐out structure. Residents living in the less‐damaged units are being allowed in to recover valuables with BELFOR escorts."
BELFOR Virginia Beach Finishes Monumental Church Project
BELFOR Virginia Beach performed high in the sky when they removed scaffolding from a 160-foot church spire that had been restored after fire destroyed the original steeple. Established in 1772 and one of the oldest churches in Virginia, the historic steeple on the Monumental United Methodist Church in Portsmouth was engulfed in flames in January.
Virginia License 2705-063292A