Regent Restoration has repaired dozens of Irving homes from destructive water and fire damage. We take every call we receive with urgency. We understand that time is of the essence. There's no time to waste when it comes to your home. We are available to take your call at any time. Regent Restoration is known for Irving water damage and fire damage restoration. Call us at 214-731-4624 you are important to us!
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Irving, TX Water Damage Restoration
We fix all water damage related problems, no matter how big or small.
- Water Damage Restoration
- Wood Floor Drying
- Sewage Cleanup
- Water Extraction & Removal
Irving, TX Fire Damage Restoration
We can extinguish any fire damage problem you're experiencing.
We provide the following services:
- Smoke Cleanup
- Board Up
- Fire Damage Restoration
- Odor Removal
Major repair was not required. I appreciated the honesty and integrity of the person who came and inspected for the job. I would definately hire this company if the need ever arose.
Irving resident, Sam J. had a flood in his kitchen in the middle of the night. His dishwasher was the cause and it left his hardwood floors on the verge of water damage.
To save them, Sam called Regent Restoration out to his Irving home. Our skilled technicians acted fast and dried out the floor using our top-of-the-line equipment.
Jake, a Regent staff member, is an avid cyclist. He loves checking out the biking trail at Texas Greenbelt Trinity River Trail located off of O'Connor Road. There are plenty of wide paved trails and rest spots. To up your work out, the trail even furnishes hydraulic lifting stations located along the trails.
Irving is also home to the National Scouting Museum, the official museum of the Boy Scouts of America. Take your little scout to see the rich history behind Boy Scouts!
Irving, Texas is a DFW Metroplex city that is surrounded by the following North Texas cities: Grand Prairie, Highland Park, Farmers Branch and Carrollton. There are over 225,000 residents living in the area, this also includes the Las Colinas community.
Irving was home to the Texas Stadium, the former arena for the Dallas Cowboys, but it was demolished in 2011. The city now sponsors the Irving Wolfpack, a citywide ice hockey team for high-school aged kids. Every Spring, the Las Colinas Four Season Resort hosts the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship, which is an annual PGA tour event.