RestorePro is a full-service Emergency Property Restoration business based in Hightstown, NJ. Founded by brothers Gregory Makkay and Carey Makkay, the company specializes in both Commercial and Residential Restoration and services in New York, New Jersey, and the surrounding areas. We are excited to announce the recent expansion of our business, RestorePro NYC, and our new partner, Rex Duval, who has over 30-years of experience building a high-end event business in the New York Market. We now offer our disinfecting services, specializing in electrostatic fogging, in New York City. In addition, our scope of services continues to include water and sewage damage, bio-hazard, smoke and fire damage, mold and odor remediation as well as reconstruction. RestorePro has been in business for 15 years and our well trained and experienced staff hold certifications from the following organizations:
- IICRC – The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration
- NAHB – The National Association of Home Builders
- RIA – Restoration Industry Association
- Goldmorr – Master Mold Technician Certification
By using state-of-the-art dehumidifying and purification equipment by Dri-Eaz, an industry leader, you can rest assured your job will be thoroughly cleaned up, without risk of lingering mold, odor, or other issues.
RestorePro’s management strives to assure that the needs of the work site are being met every day. Follow up and follow through are key to maintaining high quality staff and high quality results. Quality work is only part of the company’s story. RestorePro knows that the impact of a disaster isn’t measured by the cost of the damage alone. The emotional toll on the home or business owner can be even more significant. For that reason, RestorePro’s policy is to treat every client on every job with extreme sensitivity and genuine understanding. No matter how much is lost or how bad things seem, RestorePro’s clients are assured that their lives will be put back together, their home or business will be restored and everything will be made right again.