BELFOR West Virginia is ready to respond to large or small disasters in West Virginia including the Capitol City, Kanahwa Valley and the Chemical Valley. We are the largest property restoration and disaster recovery company in the world and we are proud to help families and businesses in West Virginia get back up and running when damage occurs.
BELFOR Charleston offers a full-range of restoration services from emergency response to complete reconstruction. BELFOR is your single-source provider for water damage cleanup, smoke damage and fire restoration services, home damage restoration, cleaning smoke damage, storm damage repairs, wind damage restoration, mold removal services, environmental services (such as lead removal and asbestos removal), industrial dehumidification, equipment and machinery repair, ultrasonic cleaning, semiconductor services, vital document restoration and more.
No matter the extent of damage, you can count on BELFOR. When a large fire devastated Grace Baptist Temple causing significant soot and smoke damage, BELFOR Charleston was there to assist in restoring the 65-year old place of worship back to its original splendor. After frigid temperatures and arctic air followed by snow storms and rain caused flooding in the Mountain State, homeowners and businesses relied on BELFOR throughout the property restoration process.
Giving back to the community is an important part of our culture. BELFOR Charleston supports HospiceCare of West Virginia and other non-profit organizations such as the Coal River Group, which is “dedicated to protecting, preserving, and promoting the Coal River watershed.” We are proud to be involved in several local professional organizations such as the Charleston Area Alliance and the Southeastern Regional Association of Physical Plant Administrators.
BELFOR Property Restoration has been named #1 in Qualified Remodeler Magazine’s “Top 500” since 2001. We are proud to be an Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certified firm and have received local distinction for the American Society for Healthcare Engineering in hospital construction.
BELFOR Preserves Happy Retreat
BELFOR donated time and materials to help preserve a building on the Happy Retreat plantation in Charles Town, West Virginia. Happy Retreat was the home of Charles Washington, brother of George Washington, the first U.S. president. The house which was built in 1730, along with out buildings and sprawling 12 acres, is designated as a National Treasure by The National Trust for Historic Preservation.
The scope of work involved overlaying the damaged tarp and furring strips with shrink wrap. The team used corrugated cardboard edge protection.
"Thank you BELFOR for your significant donation of resources to assist our efforts to stabilize and restore the smokehouse and kitchen at Charles Washington's Happy Retreat," said James Randolph “Randy” Hilton.
BELFOR Donates 100 Smoke Alarms To Dunbar Fire Department
BELFOR West Virginia donated 100 smoke alarms to the Dunbar Fire Department to distribute to local citizens in need. The free detectors will be given out on a first-come, first-serve basis with elderly and families with small children given priority.
The Dunbar Fire Department announced the donation on social media. “We are excited to announce that we have some smoke alarms available at the station! These smoke alarms were donated to us from our friends at BELFOR Property Restoration. Again, a special thank you to BELFOR Property Restoration for this kind donation for our citizens of Dunbar!”
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