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Fire Damage Restoration in Bexar County, Guadalupe County, Comal County, Kendall County


A fire in your home, whether large or small, is a devastating occurrence. The damage is unsightly and can interfere with your daily life, leaving you with odors and smoke damage. Fire wastes no time destroying your possessions and the foundation of your home, so Dwyer Restoration, Inc wastes no time stepping in to mitigate the damage and get to work. We will operate within your personal budget and work with your insurance carrier to make the process as painless as possible. Unlike the other guys, we won’t just rebuild as-is; we’ll fully customize any rebuild to your individual needs. At Dwyer Restoration, our goal is to get you and your family back to normal in a place you feel comfortable calling home.
What sets Dwyer Restoration, Inc apart from other construction companies is their experience and specialization in disaster restoration. Fires, floods, tornadoes, and hurricanes can severely damage homes and even displace homeowners.
The experienced professionals at Dwyer Restoration work with insurance companies to guide and assist clients who need help rebuilding their fire-damaged homes or commercial properties.
Dwyer Restoration, Inc also offers a full range of construction services and ensures that every job is completed to their client’s satisfaction. Their team of experts can do everything from custom design-build to restoring historic structures, and they service clients all around the United States. They are also experienced in working in a variety of climates and territories.
Only high-quality materials are used in each job, and the team at Dwyer Restoration, Inc keeps up to date on new technologies and features for the building industry. When beginning a project, their clients are able to choose anything from humble hand-split wood shakes or concrete tiles, mechanically-fastened, or standing seam metal roofing.
Whether you need help removing lingering smoke odor from your San Antonio property or need help rebuilding after a devastating fire, Dwyer Restoration is here to help.

Frequently Asked Questions

It’s never a quick fix, though we’ve gathered together a multi-disciplined team of contractors and technicians to work in tandem to complete the work as soon as possible. From structural repairs to sand/soda-blasting to odor removal to contents cleaning, our fire damage restoration crew begins as soon as the project scope is determined, and we don’t stop until the job is done and both you and the insurance company are satisfied with the results.
Most often, yes. You’ll need to check your specific policy for the full scope of coverage, but generally, if the damage was caused by a flame, it’s covered. Your best bet is to hire a professional restoration to help you through the claims process. We know how to avoid some common missteps when it comes to making sure the entire loss is documented and covered. Many homeowners and insurance companies forget, for instance, to consider that your HVAC system will need to be cleaned of soot, and since fires are extinguished using water, many areas of your home may need to be restored due to water damage even if they weren’t directly affected by the fire.
Depending on the extent or location of the fire damage, some homeowners can move back in a few days or longer. The fire department will usually turn off electricity and gas to the property immediately, which won’t be restored until a building inspector says it’s safe to turn those utilities back on. If you experienced significant smoke damage and the home’s occupants include elderly persons, young children, or those with chronic health conditions, you may be wise to stay until the smoke cleanup is complete. Contracting with a company experienced in fire damage restoration can often get you back home sooner because they’ll have the resources to hire and manage the many tradespeople who will need to work together to make the home liveable again.
DIY soot removal is not recommended. Commercially available products can actually cause permanent damage to surfaces. Soot itself is primarily oil-based, but that residue also contains toxic, possibly biohazard contaminants.
Smoke damage is rarely limited to one area of the house, and it leaves behind a residue that can hide in crevices and out-of-reach areas, and a simple “airing out” may not be sufficient. We recommend consulting with a smoke damage technician who can help you troubleshoot the next steps.