Commercial Flood Water Damage Restoration Hurricane Matthew Raleigh NC

Commercial Flood Water Damage Restoration Hurricane Matthew Raleigh NC

Many Businesses in Raleigh received a tremendous amount of water damage on Saturday, October 8, 2016. As of October 9, many are still without power. Rivers, creeks, and streams in Raleigh overflowed with water, unable to drain the water away fast enough. Raleigh received 8.5″ inches of rain and there was even more in Wendell.

Flood Damage Experts

We are one of the few water restoration companies in the area with a North Carolina State Contractor’s License. This means we can tackle larger jobs and commercial jobs, even where there is over $10,000 in damage. We are also locally owned and operated and our primary job is removing water from triangle area homes and businesses.

For more information call our 24hr hotline or feel free to check out our Raleigh water damage page.

If you received water damage near Crabtree Mall, Glenwood Ave, Creedmore Rd, Gorman Street contact us today.


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To our customers, vendors, families and friends:

Professional Restoration Services, like so many other small businesses in our community, is doing our part both to stop the spread of Coronavirus and remain focused on the safety of our employees and growth of our company.  Over the last few weeks, we have taken the necessary steps to limit our staff’s presence in the office allowing everyone to work remotely.  The foundation of our scope of work is to help customers with water damage and the repairs that follow, no matter when they happen.  Our employees are now working in our customers’ homes wearing the proper PPE (Personal Protective Equipment).  With that in mind we are continuously monitoring the rapidly evolving situation regarding this pandemic and we are continuing to make the necessary adjustments.

We have implemented the following measures to ensure the health and safety of our customers, staff and vendors:

  • Our amazing staff is working remotely.  We are so thankful for technology that allows this to happen.
  • We will be continuing to meet with potential customers and inspect properties, wearing masks, gloves and shoe covers. 
  • During normal times we love a handshake but these days we are opting for a friendly air high five or an air fist bump, a wave or even a simple word of  “thanks”.  Please know we appreciate your business.
  • While jobs are in progress, if you have any questions or concerns, we ask that you contact your Project Manager by phone or email directly.  They will address them immediately.

During these uncertain times, we remain hopeful.  We believe these efforts are in the best interests of our employees, customers and the community.  We will get through this.  Our Mission remains the same:  To provide exceptional service during all aspects of the restoration process through clear communication and always putting our customers first.