Client Testimonial We were astounded by the work ethic of all the people who restored our home. Compleat Restorations is the proud winner of the 2007 National Chrysalis Award for Excellence in Residential Restoration. The Chrysalis Awards honor the best remodeling projects in the US.
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Cliff Ellis started the company in 1978 as a one-man operation specializing in cleaning chimneys, residential and commercial properties, and performing restoration services on insurance claims. Using the Old English spelling of "Compleat" was done in order to set the company apart. The company's service offerings expanded to meet the growing needs of its customers and keep pace with a rapidly changing industry as well. As the company grew, the home office facilities were moved three times in the Lititz area before 1995 when the Ellis' bought the current 31,000 sf facility in Ephrata which serves as the company's home office today.
Despite being banned in the United States in 1989, asbestos can still be found in many construction materials including insulation, ceiling tiles, floor tiles, cement, and more. That said, it can be shocking to discover that asbestos is present in your home. If you suspect that there is asbestos in your home, count on Compleat Restorations to handle inspection and abatement. We understand how important it is to keep your home safe and free of any toxic minerals, which is why we are committed to restoring your home back to a safe living space as quickly and efficiently as possible.
We have been restoring homes and businesses since 1978, and after being displaced by our own fire in 2012, we have a unique perspective in relating to our customers. We appreciate the importance of getting you back up and running. We endeavor to help businesses plan for emergency response, disaster recovery, and business continuity. Compleat Restorations YD drying trailer is a major competitive advantage when assisting with large commercial losses. With nothing quite like it in our market, the simplest description is a very large furnace on a truck body that directs hot air into an affected building while pulling out the moist air.
Although asbestos was banned in the United States in 1989, it's still shocking to discover your building contains this toxic material. Since asbestos fibers can be inhaled when disturbed, it's important to consult an expert when removing insulation, ceiling and floor tiles, cement, plaster, and joint compound installed prior to that year. At Compleat Environmental, our team of professionals is federally licensed and certified to abate asbestos. The crew is skilled at securing containment areas with a negative airspace, and they are knowledgeable in proper safety procedures.