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Disaster Debris Removal in Oakland & Macomb County, MI

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After a disaster such as flood, fire, or wind and hail, property owners can be left with all types of debris, from fallen trees to water logged furniture and damaged siding or roofing materials. Construction materials from knockdowns, cave-ins, and other disasters can also produce large amounts of debris that needs removing for your safety and the safety of others. Often, entire structures need to be demolished and the resulting debris hauled away. This is a huge undertaking and not something you should attempt on your own—we can help.

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Small structures such as two and three-story homes are rather easy to pull down manually or mechanically with hydraulic equipment, larger structures may require the use of wrecking balls, rotational hydraulic shears or silenced rock-breakers especially useful on concrete structures. We have elevated work platforms, cranes, excavators and bulldozers to do the heavy lifting—so just sit back, and enjoy the show.

Safety is non-negotiable in fact, we insist on it. Developing a safety and site plan for your debris removal is key to a safe and successful demolition and our site planner will take all the necessary precautions to ensure accidents don’t happen. Risking damage to neighboring structures and property can exacerbate your situation, do it right the first time—hire a professional.

Advance Restoration is fully insured; we will obtain the proper permits and submit all necessary notifications to streamline the process and get your property back to code.

Our courteous and experienced technicians will walk you through the insurance claims process and handle your  disaster recovery needs from start to finish to get your home or business back to its original condition or better.

We are a preferred vendor for local and national organizations and maintain an A+ Better Business Bureau  rating.


We offer a full range of disaster claims services

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