FLOODED HOUSE? WET CARPETS & WALLS? WE’RE HERE TO HELP WITHIN THE HOUR




AUSTRALIA’S LEADING WATER DAMAGE RESTORATION SERVICE

Operating Australia-wide for now 13 years, National Restoration Network have been leaders in providing proper flood remediation for any situation. Our vast experience has equipped us with the ability to attend to all types of emergencies, including:

  • Storm damage from cyclones, heavy rain and storms.
  • Water pipe bursts from underneath sinks, laundry, etc.
  • Sewerage pipe bursts from the bathroom or other plumbing.
  • Overflow situations from dishwashers, baths, sinks and more.

We service anything from small units, to houses, to large commercial properties. Our client-base includes reputable organisations including Mantra Group, Meriton Suites, Hometime, and Queensland Department of Transport. Speak to our friendly team to find out more about our expertise in the various fields of restoration.

HAVE AN EXPERIENCED TECHNICIAN ONSITE WITHIN THE HOUR

We understand the time sensitivity of your flood issue. That is why our technicians are on-call 24 hours per day, 7 days per week to attend to your issue within one hour of booking. We can dry any area: whether that be walls, carpet, subfloor or even ceiling. Our accredited technicians will provide you with Australia’s top professional restoration service, and a comprehensive water damage restoration report at the conclusion of the works. Call us today to obtain an affordable quote.

CERTIFIED & INSURANCE APPROVED

The NRN has had a hand in the recovery of several hurricanes, tropical storms, and superstorms in prior years. Through such experience, we have sought and achieved the approval of numerous insurers. Our works are Insurance Approved and claimable for almost all insurance policies. As an experience supplier, speak to your insurer today about engaging National Restoration Network for your emergency.

We’ve helped ordinary Australians through the 2011 Brisbane & SEQ Floods, 2017 Cyclone Debbie, 2020 New South Wales Floods, 2019 Wider-QLD Region Floods, 2011 Cyclone Yasi