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Fire, Water, and Disaster Restoration in Buckeye, AZ

Fire, Water, and Disaster Restoration in Buckeye, AZ

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Builders and engineers work hard to erect structures that can withstand various stresses and environmental pressures. Nonetheless, there’s really no telling how much damage disasters like fire or storms can cause. When such things happen, the structural integrity of homes and office buildings can become compromised.

Professional remediation and restoration services in Buckeye, AZ

You can handle disaster situations the right way by getting assistance from a professional restoration company like Titan Restoration. For many years, we have been providing expert restoration services to property owners in Buckeye and surrounding communities Arizona who are experiencing the devastating effects of fire, water and flooding, and wind and hail.

At Titan Restoration, we rely on the expertise of our restoration professionals, who also make use of state-of-the-art equipment in order to perform specialized tasks like furniture restoration, electronics cleaning, documents restoration, commercial restoration, and general reconstruction services. We are also capable of handling biological hazards like mold and even more dangerous environmental hazards like asbestos.

We recognize that disaster events can happen day or night, and that’s why we provide 24/7 emergency response services. Whatever happens, we are prepared to attend to your restoration needs round the clock.

Please call 888-267-1924 or make an inquiry using this contact form for more details.

Street view of the town of Buckeye, Arizona

Learn about Buckeye, AZ

The city of Buckeye in Maricopa County has seen tremendous development in recent years, growing from a town of just a little over 6,500 people in 2000 to more than 56,600 in 2013. Nevertheless, the burgeoning community is still popularly called the “biggest small town in Arizona” because residents still enjoy a small town atmosphere.

Founded in 1888, the city was first named “Sidney” after the name of the Ohio town where pioneer settler Malie M. Jackson came from. The name was later changed to reflect the name of the nearby Buckeye Canal, which was developed in 1885 by Jackson and his partners J.L Spain and Henry Mitchell. They named the canal in honor of Ohio’s nickname, “The Buckeye State.” The city was formally incorporated in 1929.

Today, being conveniently located just 35 miles away from Phoenix, Buckeye is a popular destination for business trips and sightseeing tours. The city is excellently connected to surrounding communities because it is intersected by 5 highways and a railroad, in addition to being home to a general aviation airport.