To Our Community,
Since our establishment in 1974 by founders Billy Alford and Danny Isaac, A&I Fire and Water Restoration has grown significantly in size and experience to offer our Carolina neighbors hope in times of crisis. As a full-service general contractor, we specialize in fire restoration, water restoration, and mold remediation, among other services, to fit the unique needs of the restoration business.
It is truly our pleasure to share with you our passion for quality and excellence in the restoration industry. For many years, we have been serving the coastal communities of North and South Carolina with exceptional restoration work that meets the highest standards.
Our unlimited general contractor license allows us to handle projects of any size and complexity, and our offices located in Myrtle Beach, Wilmington, Charleston, and Florence offer convenience and accessibility to all our Carolina clients. We take pride in our quick and efficient response to disaster situations in our community, and our experienced professionals can handle everything from packing and inventory of your possessions to complete structural restoration and reconstruction of your property.
As a homeowner or business owner in the coastal Carolina communities, we are proud to serve you and your loved ones. Thank you for considering A&I Fire and Water Restoration for your restoration needs.
Todd Setzer Chief Executive Officer & Partner
The purpose of LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is to establish standards for constructing, operating, and maintaining eco-friendly buildings and homes. The most widely used global standard for recognizing such buildings is LEED Certification, which acknowledges structures that are efficient, cost-effective, and beneficial for both occupants and the environment.
CHAMP is a certification program for home modification contractors and accessibility specialists. This certification program is available to help individuals gain a better understanding of the companies, people, and processes involved in workers' compensation, allowing for knowledge expansion and business growth.
This certification focuses on scoping, mitigation, cleaning, deodorization, subrogation, spoliation, and documentation of fire and smoke damage in both residential and commercial structures.
This certification for our technicians shows that an individual has the necessary knowledge to perform remediation work and understand water damage, its effects, and techniques for drying structures.
Every year, almost six million Americans are at risk of being exposed to bloodborne pathogens while on the job. To ensure safety, employees should undergo annual retraining, regardless of job or risk changes. Passive participation in training or inconsistent access to materials is insufficient; workers must earn bloodborne pathogens certification.