Water & Fire Damage Restoration Services in Phoenixville, PA

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When dealing with damages caused by disasters such as: floods and fires, taking care of the situation by yourself is permitted—depending on the gravity of the situation. For the big fixes that need special attention like the growth of molds, and dangerous substances that can be found in smoke and soot, contacting the professionals to reduce the damage, and restore the area is the best and safest way to get the job done.

Professional reconstruction and restoration in Phoenixville, PA

Here in Niki Francis Restorations, we begin and end our restorations with both professionalism and care. From mold remediation to water and fire damages, we perform restorations in both commercialized spaces and homes, and provide excellent services to all of our clients. Armed with modern day equipment, and accumulated years of experience under our belts, our 24-hour emergency services are ready to take on any situation--big or small.

Do you need to remove the molds and the like under your bathroom tiles? Don’t delay the problem and call us at: 610-525-5001 to inquire more about our services.

We Strive to Provide Our Customer With The Best Service Possible:

  • Professional Customer Care
  • Quick Emergency Response System
  • 24Hr Service
  • Free Estimates
  • Damages Property is Monitored Daily
  • Communicate & Bill directly With Your Insurance
  • Equipped To Handle Any Size Loss
  • Complete and Thorough Structural Drying
  • Emergency Water Extraction & Cleanup Services

Things to Learn About Phoenix, PA

the colonial theatre in phoenix pennsylvania

Phoenixville, PA, is known for its many attractions. Listed as one of the “10 Awesome Neighborhoods To Call Home” by Philadelphia Magazine in March of 2010, Phoenixville welcomes anyone with open arms. Originally called Manavon, it was settled in 1732 and incorporated itself as a borough in 1849. During the industrial heyday, Phoenixville was an important manufacturing center and was the site of the great iron steel mill, Phoenix Iron Works.

Phoenixville is home to the Colonial theatre which opened in 1903, and to “First Friday”: where restaurants and businesses and volunteer community groups hold special events, which is celebrated every first Friday of every month.