Colorado’s #1 fire and smoke damage restoration company
Since 1986, Restoration Logistics has been responding to fire and smoke damage situations. Restoration Logistics has superior training, technology, and experience when it comes to taking care of your home or business.
Recovering from fire or smoke damage can be difficult or impossible without the right professional help. Restoration Logistics has multiple “Certified Restorers” (accredited by the Restoration Industry Association) on staff which make the process of restoring your home or business simple and stress free. Their specific knowledge and understanding will ensure a successful outcome. Whether your smoke residue is the result of anything from a large structural burn to a small kitchen fire our staff can assist at any and all levels. The restoration experts at Restoration Logistics may use a variety of methods to restore your home or business. If necessary we’ll board up your fire damaged building completely and remove smoke residue, rebuild, and clean the contents. You won’t have to deal with the trouble of having multiple contractors or confusing information. Our friendly, helpful, and thorough customer service staff will stay with you from beginning to end.
[quoteLeft]Restoration Logistics has multiple “Certified Restorers” (accredited by the Restoration Industry Association) on staff which makes the process of restoring your home or business easy and stress free.[/quoteLeft]If the situation is deemed appropriate DRI can utilize a cleaning technology called dry ice blasting (or cryoblasting) that uses compressed air to blast frozen carbon dioxide (CO2) “dry ice” pellets at high velocity. Instead of using hard abrasive media to grind on a surface (and damage it), dry ice blasting uses soft dry ice, accelerated at supersonic speeds (760+ mph), and creates mini-explosions on the surface to raise the undesirable item up from the underlying substrate. The pellets are made from food grade carbon dioxide that has been approved by the FDA, the EPA and the USDA.