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All in One Restoration and Construction combines the proficiency of accomplished technicians, state-of-the-art industrial equipment, and a wealth of experience to effectively minimize structural damage. Our team is well-equipped to efficiently and expertly handle the cleanup and restoration of commercial, industrial, and residential properties. Our service area extends to the broader Los Angeles metropolitan region.

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Water Damage Restoration is a central component of the extensive services offered by our exceptionally skilled team. Our rapid response is available 24 hours daily to address and minimize the damage promptly. Our team includes IICRC-certified technicians who employ state-of-the-art water extraction and drying equipment to mitigate structural harm.

Fire and Smoke Cleanup and Restoration services cover a spectrum, from minor kitchen grease fires to significant property damage. Our team comprises skilled, IICRC-certified FSRT technicians available around the clock to secure your residential or commercial space through board-up, tarping, and fencing. Our primary goal is to minimize smoke damage by employing advanced equipment such as HEPA air scrubbers, ozone machines, and hydroxyl generators. We coordinate with your insurance provider for repair and replacement efforts, post-controlled demolition, in our commitment to restoring your property to its former state. The effects of heat, flames, water, and chemical extinguishing agents can be effectively reversed

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Mold Testing and Remediation can be a complex process, which is why you can trust All in One Restoration and Construction for expert solutions. Our team of IICRC-certified technicians, specializing in AMRT (Applied Microbial Remediation), is well-equipped to safely eliminate mold colonies, utilizing methods like negative pressure containment and controlled demolition. We understand that merely removing visible mold growth isn’t sufficient; upon completing the remediation, we conduct inspections and can even have air samples tested to confirm the safety and health of the occupants. Dealing with microbial insurance coverage can be challenging, but our extensive experience can be invaluable in navigating this process.


An assessment of the damage must be done for a plan of action to happen. Regardless if its water damage, fire damage or mold damage. You as a customer wants the correct plan of action and that is what we want to provide a successful restoration project.


The mitigation phase is an essential component of the project, wherein a company enacts measures to prevent ADDITIONAL harm to your residence.


The third stage of the restoration procedure doesn't inherently mark the ultimate phase, as it remains a continuous aspect throughout the process. This phase revolves around managing the contents, encompassing all your furnishings and possessions—essentially, everything within your residence or business that isn't physically attached to the floor, walls, or ceiling.


One of the most critical issues that can emerge is the jeopardy of the structural stability of your residence. When the wood within your home becomes soaked with water, it can deteriorate and potentially result in a structural collapse. Neglected water damage can also wreak havoc on your electrical systems, corrode plumbing, harm ceilings, and walls, and foster mold growth.

Rapidly, fire and smoke can cause substantial harm to your property. Soot residue swiftly settles following a fire, which could result in lasting discoloration and odors. Furthermore, hours after the fire, wood furniture finishes might be compromised, metals could start to rust, and clothing might experience discoloration.

Consider the following five questions to pose to a mold remediation company:

  1. What is your experience in mold remediation?
  2. How do you test for mold?
  3. Are you insured?
  4. Do you have. any certificates?
  5. What can I expect during the mold removal process?