For more than 30 years, Rainbow International® has provided professional restoration services and expert house cleaning services and understands how critical it is to get people back in their homes and companies back in operation quickly.
They enjoy their work and it shows! They look forward to welcoming you as a customer and being your preferred restoration and cleaning services company in the future. Here is a list of the many services they offer:
- Fire, Smoke, Mold, Water Damage Restoration & More
- Water Damage
- Fire & Smoke Damage Restoration
- Mold Remediation
- Board-Up & Tarp-Over Service
- Carpet & Cleaning Services
- Spot, Stain & Odor Removal
- Drapery & Upholstery Cleaning
- Overspray Protection
- Air Duct Cleaning
- Content Inventory & Pack-Out
- Crawl Space Mold Remediation
- Tile, Grout & Hard Surface Cleaning
Meet The Expert
Born in Bayonne, NJ and Raised from childhood in Cape May County. Brian has been experimenting with carpet cleanup since childhood when he would have to quickly fix a spill before his mother would ground him. This turned into his current career where he has been able to assist many families both with general protective maintenance as well as emergency repairs.
Many crawlspaces are built with foundation vents which are designed to help keep moisture problems in check. However, research indicates such vents may actually allow in more moisture than they block. Traditional vented crawlspaces have one vent for every 150 square feet and one vent from each corner of the crawlspace. Some also feature fan systems to draw additional moist air into the crawlspace.
15,000 fires break out because of lint build up each year because of lint in the dryer
Rapid response to water damage is critical. Within minutes of water exposure, stains released from furniture can permanently discolor carpet. In days, mould and the distinctive musty odor appear. If left unresolved even longer, mould can penetrate organic host materials (such as paneling, wood floors and paper covering sheetrock).
Frequently Asked Questions
My property suffered damages. What should i do?
You should report the damages to your insurance company as soon as possible.
I contacted my insurance company or agent and reported the damages or left a message. Now what should i do?
If you spoke with someone at your insurance company or agent’s office, they may have provided you with names of some restoration general contractors.
Can i contact the company i would like to utilize for repairs, or do i have to have the repairs completed by whoever my insurance company refers?
You can have anyone you want repair the damages. However, please understand that your insurance company will only pay for what is covered, at a reasonable cost, one time.
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