We are a Central Alberta full service restoration company for all types of property loss; Flood/Water, Fire, Wind, Mould, Sewer, Vehicle Impact and board-up services and more.  We understand that the emergency response needs of Property Management, Public Entities and others Fire, weather, frozen, broken pipes, etc. has a greater impact on large institutions such as hospitals, school boards, factories, shopping malls, apartment buildings, etc.  With our 24 hours service you can always count on us any time of the day or night. 
Recognized as a valued partner in the insurance restoration industry, our professional, experienced and certified Project Managers will work with you and/or your insurance representative to make the clean-up process as smooth and worry-free as possible.  We believe communication is the key to successful customer service.  As well as our Project Managers, our on-site staff are all fully qualified to meet your needs. Emergency response includes stabilizing the environment around your property and installing necessary equipment to prevent further damage.  The need for prompt, experienced and professional help with the proper equipment can result in substantial savings and reduction in business interruption. 
We offer a full line of Specialized Equipment that includes mobile pumps & water extraction equipment, temporary climate control, temporary heat, temporary power generation, commercial desiccant dehumidifiers, low grain dehumidifies, wall cavity drying units, air management, air movers, HEPA air scrubbers, negative air units, dry ice blasting, and soda blasting (Mostly used for fire damage or graffiti).  We have access to refrigeration units, waste containers, security fencing and other specialized requirements.   First Call’s foremost goals are to preserve and restore order while mitigating further damages when a crisis occurs. We work to put things right – the right way – the quick way - each and every time!
  

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