Expert Flood Restoration & More in Kentwood, MI
For more than 10 years now, Action Restoration Inc. has been a trusted restoration contractor serving Kentwood, MI. We provide reliable water, fire and storm damage solutions to protect our customers’ investments, big or small. When you work with us, you can expect to be treated professionally and with urgency as we put your needs first.
What We Offer
Our services include:
- Water Extraction
- Carpet Removal
- Baseboard Repair
- Drywall Removal
- Basement Flooding Repair
- Mold Removal
- Water Damage Repair
- Mold Remediation
- Smoke Removal
- Fire Damage Restoration
- Remodeling and Construction
- Sewage Backup
The Action Restoration Difference
Action Restoration Inc. is a full-service restoration contractor, and it is our mission to combine the highest-quality mitigation and restoration services to provide the most efficient, documented and cost-efficient claim resolutions in the industry. While are more than willing to work with your insurance company, we most certainly are not working for them. You can rest easy knowing that you are our priority.
Over the years, we’ve grown as a business, allowing us to give back to the community. When you work with Action Restoration, you are helping to support the non-profits we are involved with, which include Food Share, Partners Relief & Development and Faith in Deeds.
Kentwood’s Most Trusted Restoration Expert
At Action Restoration Inc., we have one goal: to help people in “Making Things New Again.” When disasters hit, we want you to know that you can count on our team to help you restore not just your home in Kentwood, but your life as well.
How Can We Help?
To learn more about our fire and flood restoration services and what Action Restoration can do for you, simply give us a call at (616) 797-9847 or fill out our online contact form. We are available 24/7 to take care of your needs.
Installing vinyl plank in the lower level recreation room after water damage loss. Final phrase of the water restoration project.
Finished laminate floor today. I provided a different view. I removed the toilet then reset it after I finished installing the floor. I also reinstslled the shoe and toe moldings throughout. The blue tape is present because I am waiting on stair nosing. As soon as it comes in I will be back to install that as well.
Checking in with the floor install crew. Water restoration job. Replacing the old vinyl floor we torn out to dry the subfloor with new vinyl plank. Job is on schedule and looking great
About to install a new laminate floor
Crew is out on water loss from washer overflow. Damage to the subfloor. Removing the wet subfloor and installing new subfloor
Customer add on for install of bathroom exhaust fan. Action Restoration installed the exhaust fan and customer is really happy with the look.
Getting ready to install vinyl plank in the living room. Moving the content out and start to square up the room.
Checking in on restoration crew with the progress of the drywall install.
Finishing up the demolition in preparation for a bathroom remodel.
Starting water restoration project today. First phase is some drywall patch and repair. Install new vanity. Vinyl plank is ordered and ready for install.
Customer made final selection of their flooring. So we can start the restoration aside of putting there home back together.
Picked up drying equipment. Water damage from dishwasher. Structure is dried. Restoration services scheduled for new trim and new vinyl plank in the kitchen
Meeting with adjuster to go over restoration scope of work. Getting approval for the start of Restoration work
Picking up equipment today. Structure is completely dried. Also air ducts are getting cleaned today. Water ran down the main truck line. Our good friends at Ductworks are helping us out
Site visit to monitor drying process. Dehumidifiers and airmover aiding in drying the structure. Carpet and pad dried and the main level dried. One more day of equipment then action Restoration can schedule repairs
Most of the water from the broken supply line leaked into the garage. This is a picture taken after we removed the saturated and sagging drywall and set a dehumidifier and several air movers
Equipment set up in the laundry/mechanical room under the bathroom I demod
During the course of removing the floor I discovered there was 1/2" plywood over the subflooring. There was water trapped between the two layers and the built-in vanity was over the plywood. As a result it all had to be removed.
About to tear out the linoleum floor due to water damage caused by a faulty toilet water supply line