Phoenix Emergency Services Response Specialists
National First Response provides an wide range 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 for Phoenix residents can address every issue that 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.
Phoenix Emergency Services
Highly Trained and Alert Ready
Within 60 minutes of your call to National First Response, one of our experienced and Clean Trust-certified technicians will be at your door, ready to assist you in preventing any further loss from a storm and to begin the clean-up and rebuilding of your home. Our equipment can prevent further storm damage by:
- Installing temporary roof covers
- Boarding up broken windows or doors
- Cutting away nearby tree branches
- Securing threatened personal possessions
Even if your storm damage is not covered by insurance, National First Response offers affordable rates and payment plans that allow you to restore your home to its pre-storm condition.
Phoenix Emergency Services Include;
Bio-Hazard Clean Up
Asbestos Testing & Remediation
Fire and Smoke Restoration
Storm Damage Restoration
Flood & Excessive Rain Damage
Content & Belongings Management
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.
Although a fire may have been contained to a small area, like a kitchen or laundry room, the smoke created from that fire often travels throughout a home. Smoke contains microparticles of corrosive acids—and potentially all manner of toxins in a house fire—that attach to virtually every surface in your home. As time passes, those acids eat away at whatever they are attached to, causing plastics to dry and yellow, countertops to stain, metals to tarnish, furniture finishes to erode, glass and crystal to pit, and clothing, carpeting and upholstery to permanently stain.
Restoring and Cleaning
Using powerful air scrubbers with high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filters, an ozone generator and commercial-strength cleaning techniques and equipment, National First Response technicians eliminate smoke and soot from the air, and the corrosive residue from the walls and from any personal property, preserving:
- Animal taxidermy
- Drapery and linens
- Crystal and glass
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. Take a look at our work that we have completed for previous customers.
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.
Hail damage can be tricky to document, so it’s important to get your home inspected quickly by a professional. Insurance companies require very specific information on the extent of the damage, often requiring a minimum number of hail strikes on a roof before they will authorize repairs.
Flood 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. Water damage that would typically be covered in a standard homeowner’s policy includes:
- Hail pellets smash your windows, allowing rain to enter your home.
- Heavy rain soaks through your roof, allowing water to get into your attic and ceiling.
- A broken water pipe spews water throughout your kitchen.
What would not be covered, unless you have additional flood insurance would be:
- A nearby river overflows and washes into your home.
- Surface water seeps into the basement because the soil can no longer absorb the heavy rain.
- A flash flood causes the hill next to your house to collapse, causing a mudslide that inundates your property.
To determine if your home is located in a flood plain, contact your local county planning office, which has maps that show areas designated as flood zones.
Disaster Response Team
Even more so than with your home, it’s important to begin the restoration process as quickly as possible to limit further damage and reverse the impact that the fire and smoke, or water and mold, has had on your personal possessions. Call National First Response any hour of any day with your emergency, and we will have someone from our 24/7 Disaster Response Team—an experienced and Clean Trust-certified technician—respond to you within 60 minutes.
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 contaminates. The final phase of the process is all about reconstruction—rebuilding and repairing those portions of your property damaged from the flood, fire or another event.
Rebuilding Your Home and Your Life
Even if you’ve used another company to dry your home or to rid it of toxic smoke particles, National First Response can finish the job. We will fully restore your home to how it was before the damaging incident occurred (or even better). With materials, design and skill, we ensure that the new construction blends perfectly with the existing structure; it will be as if the catastrophe never happened.