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WE ARE YOUR Emergency Response Specialists

National First Response provides an array of emergency restoration and remediation services—available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week—designed to return your property to its original condition and to get you back to your normal life as quickly as possible. Our emergency services address every issue that can arise from a damaging event, from what’s needed in the moments right after an event occurs—like boarding up a home to protect the contents or getting the main power or water lines shut off—all the way through to the last reconstruction task.

Highly Trained and Alert Ready 24/7

When the unexpected happens – from storm damage to a burst pipe, fire, or flood, National First Response is the team you can count on. Within 60 minutes of your call, one of our experienced and Clean Trust-certified technicians will be at your door, ready to help you prevent any further loss and to begin the cleanup and rebuilding of your home.

With the latest training and state-of-the-art equipment, we work to prevent further damage by deploying risk-mitigating measures. Our team specializes in emergency cleanup and restoration following:

  • Fire and Smoke Damage
  • Flooding
  • Storm Damage
  • Burst Pipes and Water Heaters
  • Emergency Plumbing
We are Arizona’s most trusted emergency restoration specialists and the pros you need in a crisis. Our team has seen it all - we understand what it's like to have your home or business threatened by a disaster, and know the value of getting things back on track, as soon as possible. Our expert team has decades of experience and a track record of helping people through disasters with ease, efficiency, and quality workmanship. We will be on the scene in minutes, and with you until your home or business is good as new—or better!

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Let us handle the INSURANCE CLAIM and work to restore your property and peace of mind.

We also understand your distress about how and when your property will be restored and how to deal with your insurance company. As the work begins, we restore not only your home and personal property but also your peace of mind.

Coordinating with you and your insurance company, our experts will draft a detailed restoration plan that quickly returns your property and possessions to their pre-loss condition. Our full-service staff and team are here to help put the pieces back together and work with you and your insurance company to make things right again.


WATER DAMAGE Restoration

Water damage can often be caused by severe weather, a burst or leaking water line, or a sewage pipe leak. Water damage left untreated will often lead to more extensive damage and soon turn to bio-hazardous bacteria and mold. National First Response's trained specialists are on call 24/7 for emergency water damage repair and water restoration services. We are experienced professionals at minimizing damage with state-of-the-art equipment and techniques to dry out and extract water.

National First Response is a residential and commercial emergency provider offering a broad range of emergency and non-emergency services. Whether it’s water or mold removal, repairing floodwater damage to property, we fully guarantee every remediation and restoration job we do.

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Fire and Smoke Restoration

Few events are as traumatic, or as damaging, as a fire in your home. With even the smallest fire, you must contend with not only the immediate damage of the fire and smoke to your home, furnishings and personal property, but also the loss of the sense of security and comfort so important to transforming a house into a home. After the fire department has left and the flames extinguished, National First Response can start to rebuild your home and peace of mind.

Fire Damage

There is not much confusion about fires being covered under an insurance policy. Property fire loss is insured in two main ways, open perils and named perils. Open perils cover all the causes of loss not specifically excluded in the policy. Named perils required the actual cause of loss to be listed in the policy for insurance to be provided. The more common named perils include such damage causing events as fire, lightning, explosion, and theft.

Smoke Damage

There is a lot of confusion about smoke damages being covered under an insurance smoke loss policy. Property is insured in two main ways, open perils and named perils. Open perils cover all the causes of loss not specifically excluded in the policy. Named perils required the actual cause of loss to be listed in the policy for insurance to be provided. The more common named perils include such damage causing events as fire, lightning, explosion, and theft. Smoke damage is a covered peril in most homeowner policies.

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Storm Damage Restoration

Nature has a way of showing us from time to time that it holds the real power on this Earth. When a storm in the United States rages at full strength—be it a thunderstorm, hailstorm, tornado or hurricane—the effect can be devastating to our homes and personal possessions. Water and wind can combine to tear shingles from rooftops, tear siding from walls, flood interiors, knock down trees, break windows and pummel air conditioners.

National First Response stops the water from creating more damage, and begins to restore your possessions and home, returning them to the condition they were in before the water came.

Hail Damage

Hail can do a surprising amount of damage in little time, and if that damage isn’t quickly addressed it can cause expensive problems in the future—a damaged roof is sure to leak and also be that much more susceptible to more storm damage.

Monsoon Damage

The East and Gulf coasts have hurricanes, the Midwest has tornados and the Southwest is prone to powerful monsoons, or giant monsoons known as haboobs.

Floor Damage vs. Rain Damage

Most homeowners in the United States have a standard homeowner’s policy, which provides coverage for water damage but only before the water comes in contact with the ground.

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Biohazard and Asbestos Cleanup And Disposal

We complete a visual examination of suspected materials and carefully collect samples for lab analysis. If a biohazard is present, we provide a written evaluation describing its location and extent of damage and write a protocol for clean up and disposal. If asbestos is present, we provide a written evaluation describing its location and extent of damage and write a protocol for correction, restoration, and prevention. Once again, material in good condition need not be sampled for asbestos unless it is likely to be disturbed.

Bio-Hazard Cleanup

Any biological substance that poses a threat to you or your family’s health can be considered a bio-hazard. A biohazard can range from the smallest microorganism to a human body or animal body. Removal of a biohazard is often unpleasant work, but National First Response technicians and Disaster Response Team members are versed in the proper procedures for biohazard removal and follow them to the letter. Improper disposal of biohazards can not only place you and your family in jeopardy, but can put everyone as risk.


Most products made today do not contain asbestos. Those few products made which still contain asbestos that could be inhaled are required to be labeled as such. However, until the 1970s, many types of building products and insulation materials used in homes contained asbestos.


Restoring a property means, quite literally, to make new again. You can trust National First Response when it comes time to bring back your property to a former, original, or alike state of existence and soundness. The period of restoration ends at the time when you are able to resume the use of your property as you had used it before.

Site Securitization

Securing your home after it’s been impacted by fire or water is a critical step towards its restoration. A fully secured home—whether that means boarding up windows, installing a temporary fence or an alert system—is far less vulnerable to additional damage that could be caused by the elements or criminal opportunists.

Content Management

In some fire or water disasters, properly restoring a property requires that the contents be removed from the structure. Removing the contents not only ensures that no further damage will occur to them, but also allows for more thorough and efficient restoration of the structure and the personal possessions.

Property Restoration

Sometimes the greatest damage that comes from a fire or flood isn’t to your home but rather what’s in the home, your personal possessions and furnishings. What can sometimes be damaged are one-of-a-kind items and family heirlooms that, for you, have a value that can’t be measured in dollars. Even when it seems like those items are beyond saving, our expert technicians with National First Response often can restore them to pre-loss condition.


The first phase of the restoration process is about removing damaged structural elements and damaged items, and then cleaning the structure and personal possessions of any remaining acidic soot, water, mold or other contaminate. The final phase of the process is all about reconstruction—rebuilding and repairing those portions of your property damaged from the flood, fire or other event.

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We're Here to Help. Onsite valleywide within an hour. Outlying areas within 24 hours.

Let us handle the paperwork and insurance claim. Our restoration experts will restore your home or business and your peace of mind. 

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