All Inclusive Restoration work - FROM DAY ONE TO DONE!
We have the training, equipment, and resources to handle any size disaster and get you back up and running smoothly again. Whether an individual residence or a large commercial property, our experienced team will effectively and efficiently complete the restoration work from fire, smoke, water, mold, and storm damage and get your home or commercial building to pre-loss condition.
Why Choose CIS?
Ready When Disaster Strikes
Our team is ready 24/7. We recognize that water can leak, fires can start, and mold can be found at any time day or night. Prompt action can be difference between an inconvenience and major damage. Especially if it is a commercial building, we can get you back up and running to prevent you from losing revenue. CIS Restoration is prepared to handle your needs – when you’re in need.
Members of our team obtain a variety of certifications and are highly qualified to help you. We only allow the best of the best to be in your home assisting you in your time of need. Our pride is founded on honesty, hard work, and dedication to our clients.
Restoration Done The Right Way
Our priority is YOU. No matter the size of your home or the nature of the loss, you can entrust us to enforce industry set standards. We don’t just get things done we get things done right.
SOME OF OUR PAST CLIENTS
We’ve enjoyed helping in a diverse group of industries and environments, including residential buildings, restaurants, banks, hotels, hospitals, golf country clubs, and the Tampa international airport
Common Types of Mold
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Water Damage Equipment – Moisture Meters
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Mold Removal – Not just about the bad smell
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