PLM Restoration Promises Harvey Can’t Keep Houston Down

PLM offers full-service disaster restoration and water damage restoration. The contractor performs all phases of water damage restoration, including water mitigation and home build-back.

Houston TX - March 13, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

PLM Restoration is pleased to announce that their contractors have the knowledge and experience to provide relief and restoration to home and business owners in Houston and the surrounding area. Hurricane Harvey was a significant cause of the flooding and subsequent water damage in 2017, but it is not the only episode of storm damage which Houston residents have lived through. The ability for the infrastructure of the city to handle flooding is less and less effective as the city grows, so water damage mitigation and restoration should be part of planning for every home and business owner.

A spokesperson for the water damage restoration company explained to an interviewer recently, “we provide our customers with complete flood damage cleanup services, water damage home repair, and a comprehensive examination of the destruction in order to ensure the highest quality home renovation and repair in Houston. We are more than a water damage restoration company; we also handle all communication with the insurance companies so you don’t have to.”

“We don’t get paid until you get paid” he continued, “so getting you fair value for your water-damaged home and belongings is a priority. Sometimes, insurance companies don’t like to give you fair value, but with our team on the job, we make sure they do. We even provide our customers with water damages restoration tips, water damage cleanup tips as well as provide our thorough water cleanup services”.

There is extensive information posted on the website, or customers may prefer to visit PLM Restoration on Facebook for examples of the information and suggestions offered on a number of topics related to water damage. The PLM contractors do more than siphon out water and dry the carpet. The experts completely dry the home and remove all dampness, protecting the structure from mold growth. They then repair or replace all items ruined by flooding to restore the entire household.

Contact Info:
Name: Amy Magness
Organization: PLM Restoration
Address: 6422 Highway 6 North, Houston TX 770
Phone: (832) 434-7130

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