At the heart of Miami-Dade County lies a city so intricate in its making, so serene in its ambience and so mesmerizing in its beauty, that it has become a hub for the elite. Lying a mere twenty minutes away from every other area in the county, it first came to be associated with the slogan ‘All ways lead to Hialeah’ – a phrase that’s still relevant today. Once the land was home to the Tequestas and Seminole Indians, but later on the native tribes vanished. For the most part of its history it remained undeveloped, until Glenn Curtiss and James H. Bright, one of the first settlers in the land, saw potential for development in 1921. From then on, the region experienced massive growth until it finally earned its recognition as a city in 1925.

The rise and fall of Hialeah:

Back in the 1920s, Hialeah was visualized as a place for the elite and true to that vision, the city’s infamous racetracks and its scenic locales that made production of stunning silent pictures a possibility earned it widespread recognition. From the way the city was progressing, it seemed like nothing could go wrong – but it did. In 1926, the Great Hurricane struck the region, destabilizing everything built and threatening to wipe out the city – but it didn’t! The resilience of the community was unshakeable, and Hialeah rose again from the ashes of its destruction and managed to regain its balance.

Hurricane Irma: Sewage-laden flood water

In 2017, Hurricane Irma arrived, and it spared no city in South Florida, not even Hialeah. The high-speed winds ripped off roofs, uprooted trees and caused massive flooding in the low-lying areas. But apart from that, the city had its own share of problems. One of the sewage pumping station had lost power during the event, and it couldn’t be fixed. Sewage mixed with the flood waters, sending bacteria-ridden waters into every home and office, which made a few residences inhabitable. However, thanks to the laudable efforts by a few damage restoration companies like Hialeah Emergency Restoration, things quickly got back to normalcy.

How we worked through Irma?

Upon discovering contaminated flood water in their homes, our clients reached out to us on 786-384-6092. We wasted no time in getting to their location. Our experts, dressed in protective gear, managed to extract the standing flood water using heavy-duty pumping machines. After that, the property was dried thoroughly using heat vacuums and dehumidifiers. Later on, we cleansed the property thoroughly using specialized chemicals to eliminate the biohazards, leaving the property hale and healthy again.

Besides handling flood damage, we also provide:

Hialeah Emergency Restoration Hialeah, FL 786-384-6092

  • Remediating mold
  • Cleanup of smoke and soot cleanup
  • Restoring water damaged property
  • Clean up service and debris clearance
  • Maintenance services
  • Detection of water leaks
  • Restoration of damaged possessions
  • Reconstruction of full/partial property
  • Custom-designed remodeling solutions

To avail our services in the following zip codes, reach out to us on 786-384-6092:

33002, 33010, 33011, 33012, 33013, 33014, 33015, 33016, 33017, 33018