All City Restoration is a leading provider of restoration services and loss management for residential and commercial properties in the New York Metropolitan area.
Residential Restoration Services
Your house may be the most valuable asset you own – but it is much more than that, it’s your home.
Whether it contains a lifetime of memories, or has recently been built, it is an extension of who you are. When tragedy strikes we not only address the physical needs of the fire, smoke, water or mold damage – we recognize the emotional aspect as well. We will work closely with you and your insurer to get your life back to normal in the shortest timeframe possible.
Commercial Restoration Services
All City Restoration (ACR) has been providing commercial restoration to the New York Metropolitan area, and beyond, for over twenty years.
Our skills are as diverse as our clients. We understand the importance of getting your business up and running in the shortest time possible – we work closely with your insurance provider to assure the results are what you expected. At ACR we recognize that each client has a unique set of requirements – we will assemble the proper team for the challenge.
ACR provides a wide array of restoration services – including fire, smoke, water and mold – designed to minimize the financial, physical, and emotional burden associated with a loss.
We respond to every client with the agility and expertise necessary to minimize damage, business disruption, and additional expense.
Our industry standard estimating and project management systems, backed by years of collaborative industry experience, ensure a successful restoration.
Contact us at 516-338-9800 or 718-428-4900.
So, what’s mold?
Simply put, molds are very small organisms that are present almost everywhere in nature including inside your home. Molds belong to a family called fungi. Other members of the family include mushrooms and yeast. Fungi are important to our environment because they break down dead material and recycle nutrients.
Just like people, molds need food (any organic material) and water (moisture) to survive. Molds digest food by excreting chemicals called enzymes. Molds find food sources in many of the materials that make up your home – wood, wallpaper, drywall and even household dust, just to name a few. Mold growth on these surfaces usually leaves a telltale sign of discoloration along with a musty odor. Once mold starts to grow, it typically reproduces by distributing spores. A small amount of mold can produce millions of spores.