Our Services

Fire Damage Services

First call the Fire Department. Then call Restoration Professionals.

When a fire strikes your property, make Restoration Professionals your first response team for repairing smoke, fire, and water damage to your home or business. Day or night, within just hours the best-trained professionals in town will be on-site and on the job to assess the damage and begin restoration at this most traumatic time. And because Restoration Professionals is recommended by most insurance companies, you can be sure we’ll get the job done right the first time.

The moment we receive your call, our professional staff takes over for you. We work with the fire department, police department and insurance company to quickly secure your property and begin restoration work.

Comprehensive Fire Damage Restoration Services

The first step is attending to your personal property. Our content management division will photograph, itemize, pack, move and store your items in our secure, climate-controlled warehouse. We perform cleaning, deodorization and careful handling to restore and protect your belongings.

On site, we remove the debris and standing water, provide necessary demolition, and then begin the process of reconstruction, keeping you informed as each step is completed. Providing you with peace of mind and putting your life back together quickly and efficiently is the focus of our efforts.

"Everyone who came to our house was friendly and professional and performed high quality work." "[My Project Manager] was kind, caring, communicative, extremely organized and very professional. He had my complete trust."

-Bonnie J., Homeowner, Circle Pines

“We called in Restoration Professionals after a fire occurred on several floors of our office. They were knowledgeable about what to do, and helped us formulate a plan. The work they did was outstanding.”

– Jim S., Facilities Director, Minneapolis

“The duplex we own was practically a total loss after a middle-of-the-night fire. We called Restoration Professionals once the fire department arrived; they were at our home within an hour, with a crew ready to go. That impressed us. They cleaned up the mess and water, carefully moved our belongings, and cleaned up everything that could be saved.”

– Jessie N., Homeowner, Vadnais Height

Fire Safety Tips
  1. Smoke alarms should be present on every level of your home and outside each bedroom. Change the batteries twice a year – whenever you change your clocks back or forward for Daylight Savings.
  2. Install a fire extinguisher in or near your kitchen and know how to use it.
  3. Create 2 escape routes in your home and practice them with your family. Establish an outside gathering spot so all family members can be accounted for quickly.
  4. Unfortunately, many fires occur around the holidays. Exercise caution with candles, keep Christmas trees watered and do not leave Christmas lights turned on for extended periods of time.
  5. Space heaters should have tip-over shut-off switches. Do not use too close to curtains, blankets or other materials that could ignite.