Expert solutions for fire, smoke, water & mold damage.

Fire-Damage-RestorationIt takes just minutes for a fire to completely devastate your property and ruin all of your belongings. When it comes to cleanup, time is of the essence. Every hour that’s spent cleaning up after a disaster means more lost revenue for you, the business owner, and more time out of work for your employees.

Business and property owners are often anxious to begin the cleaning and restoration process immediately after the fire has been eliminated. And it’s important to respond quickly after a fire in order to prevent further damage and a longer cleanup. However, unless you seek professional advice, you could potentially do much more harm to your property than good.

Our disaster restoration professionals are fully trained to address the fire damage in your home and create a plan that will eliminate odors and damage, restore your salvageable property, and minimize future disaster restoration damages to your property.

At Olneya Restoration Group, our goal is to minimize the fire damage caused to your business or rental property and restore your property to pre-loss condition as quickly as possible. We have a knowledgeable staff of experts who have experience restoring commercial buildings of all types and sizes.


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We provide a free inspection and analysis of your fire damage restoration for businesses in and around St. Charles, Florissant, Ballwin, Saint Louis and throughout Greater Saint Louis. Each thorough inspection of the damage and property is done by our restoration experts, providing an on-site consultation to address any questions you may have. Best of all, we know the dozens of different municipalities in the St. Louis area so we can help you navigate the myriad of building codes.

We provide you with the peace of mind of knowing that your commercial property is being restored by experienced and knowledgeable professionals.

Call us at 314.432.6100 or contact us online to schedule an inspection and consultation to begin the fire damage repair process and restore your property. We serve Belleville, St. Peters, Chesterfield, O’Fallon, Crestwood, Maplewood, Rock Hill, Town and Country and many parts of Missouri and Illinois.



Professional Restoration Can Help Restore Revenues

Smoke-DamageWaiting even one day to begin the cleanup process can add to the damage, cost, and time needed for restoration. Make sure that fire damage doesn’t keep you out of business any longer than it has to.

Before beginning the restoration process, it’s important that business owners have the property inspected by a professional who can tell them what the next step should be. Without the help of a fire and water restoration professional, more harm can be done to the structure than good.

Our commercial disaster restoration professionals are fully trained to assess the fire damage in your building and create a plan to remove the smoke smell, repair the damage, restore any salvageable contents, and minimize future damages to your commercial property. We also offer other commercial building repairs, including roofing, storm damage repair, and more!

Olneya Restoration Group provides 24-hour emergency fire restoration service every day of the year. We’re ready to be on-site when you need us, helping you restore your structure quickly and competently.

Fire Damage Can Create Bigger Problems

Fire-DamageFire damage comes from more than just the fire itself. Smoke and soot and the water used to extinguish the fire can create an even bigger problem.

The smoke and soot finds its way into every nook and cranny of your home. When building materials become wet, mold growth can begin in as little as 24 hours. Mold damage can be more expensive than the fire damage itself.

Tiny particles that ended up in your HVAC system during the fire can lead to irritation in the lungs of your tenants. In addition to property restoration, it’s also important to have your HVAC system inspected after a fire.

Fire damage restoration is a multi-phase process, and it’s vitally important that the process begins within hours of the damage.