Water & Fire Damage Restoration Services in Adkins, TX

The timely remediation of damage is essential to the successful restoration of disaster-ravaged properties. When your home, office building, educational institution, retail store, restaurant, or warehouse has been affected by disasters like fire and flooding, don’t delay in getting expert help.

Professional property reconstruction and restoration in Adkins, TX

Restoration professionals like those from MacKenzie Restoration have the necessary expertise, experience, and equipment to deal with disaster situations. Whether your residential or commercial property has been damaged by storm, fire, or water accidents, you can count on our team to provide exemplary assistance to help you get your property back to its pre-loss condition.

Our crew members have experience in the restoration industry, allowing them to excellently perform services like antique restoration, water damage restoration, fire damage restoration, mold removal,  cabinet restoration, and even 24-hour emergency response services.

We are committed to providing top-quality customer service to all clients in San Antonio area. If you need our help, please don’t hesitate to call us at 855-982-9654.

We Strive to Provide Our Customers With The Best Service Possible:

  • Quick Response Times
  • Free Estimates
  • 24 Hr Emergency Water Extraction & Cleanup Services
  • Complete and Thorough Structural Drying
  • We Bill & Communicate Directly With Your Insurance
  • Daily Monitoring of Damaged Property
  • Fully Equipped To Handle Any Size Loss
  • Professional Customer Care
Estimate Request from Adkins, TX
James H. on July 1, 2015 10:36:47am
David Ratcliff, 12 years ago you replaced all the windows in our home. I have a question about the smallest one in the utility room. At the top, on both sides, is a black plastic material that slides up and down. The window, when opening, hits this and stops the window from going any further. I'm planning on putting an ac window unit there and need to know if it's okay to remove these "stops" and if so, how? If need be, if you can give me the brand name of the windows I will research this back to the manufacturer. Thank you .... James