National First Response
Restoring Property. Restoring Lives.
We understand it’s not just property we restore.
National First Response is Arizona’s number one choice for Water, Fire, and Storm Damage on residential, commercial, and industrial properties. We are the First Responders who understand that you need someone on-site within the hour to help begin the mitigation process. Our highly trained response teams understand the immediate threat to you and your family, your concerns about possible long-term health issues, and the damage to your home and personal property – especially those sentimental and invaluable items.
I just wanted to send a note to thank you and all the folks at National first response for a great job. Everything from the first call to the final punch items was handled professionally, with care, and compassion. Having access to the clamsparency.com helped us to keep track of the work progress and also helped calm our anxiety. Thanks for all the hard work.
National First Response worked with our insurance company to reduce the stress of the situation for us. We were 110% satisfied with all of the work completed by National First Response and would highly recommend them.
Chris Owens took a situation that was difficult on our family and made it light-hearted, fun, and easy. In addition to the physical repairs, Chris and his team clearly cared about our family’s well-being. I could not compliment him or his team enough.
“National First Response is committed to making a difference in everything that we do, we know that nothing is more disruptive and devastating for a family than having your whole life turned upside down by a flood, fire or natural disaster. At National First Response, we are dedicated to getting your property and your life back in order. We are sensitive in dealing with the claims process, as well as the emotional impacts that a life event like this can have. It is our hope that the dedication we have to exceeding expectations will restore security to the lives of the families we serve.”