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Manufacturer fire damage cleanupInsurance Reconstruction Services (IRS) has the experience, knowledge and skills needed to respond to commercial property damage and emergencies around the country.

Current and past clients range from major universities throughout New England and corporate office buildings up and down the east coast, to hotels in Texas, manufacturing facilities in Virginia, hospitals in Boston and nursing homes in Rhode Island, to name a few.


Potential Reasons to Call

  • Commercial fire required board-ups
  • Temporary fences
  • Roof collapse
  • Roof tarping
  • Regional catastrophic event (flooding, fires, hurricanes)
  • Commercial water damage
  • Industrial cleaning
  • Sick buildings
  • Mold and indoor air quality needs

Some projects may be performed after Enviro-Clean, Inc completes the mitigation services.  In addition, IRS has completed repair work and consultation following other cleaning and restoration companies.  IRS continues to work with insurance companies and adjusters settling claims for the value needed to restore your property.

Rapid Response

When disaster strikes, every second counts.

Wasting time is wasting money. When we receive your call, whether it’s at 3:00 in the morning or on a busy holiday weekend, our Emergency Response Team will respond immediately.  A Team Leader will be enroute to the loss location within minutes, and will be on site within hours, not days.


As soon as we understand the nature and magnitude of the loss, we will assemble the right team of people and the right equipment to get the job done.  We can draw upon pre-arranged agreements with suppliers in your immediate area to have equipment and supplies on site right away.


We will be in constant contact with the property owner or manager, the insurance carrier if applicable, the insurance agent if applicable, and anyone else who needs to be involved throughout the process, so you are always aware of what is happening and what is going to happen next. Effective communication is instrumental in making the project run smoothly and to get the building back to pre-loss condition.