Houston Property Restoration
Restoring homes and businesses back to normal.
R&L Building Group is Houston’s leading property restoration company serving residential, commercial and industrial property owners. Unexpected fire damage, water damage, mold growth, and storm damage can be devastating, but our expert restoration team is ready to help you re-establish normalcy within your home or business. Whether a failing washer caused water damage in your house or your business was affected by fire, you can count on us to provide quality property restoration services. Our IICRC-certified team has the training, experience, and knowledge to handle property restoration for disasters of all sizes.
While disasters are unpredictable, you can always rely on R&L Building Group for second to none Houston property restoration service.. We strive for customer satisfaction and we do so by offering the best in service, pricing, and customer care.
No residential job too small, no commercial project too big. Contact R&L Building Group at 713-686-8899
The Only Call You Need to Make
Full-service construction & restoration in Houston.
We aim to make the life of our customers easier, which is why we offer a full-range of restoration and construction services. Avoid the hassle of dealing with multiple contractors by having us as your single point of contact and save both time and money. We are trusted, licensed and insured for all of our services.
Our services include but are not limited to:
- Residential Restoration
- Custom Home Construction
- Commercial Restoration
- Commercial Construction
- Waste Services
- Staffing Solutions
Your Satisfaction is Our Priority
“I highly recommend this company for premium work”
My washing machine overflowed and it flooded my house with an inch and a half of clean water throughout 3/4 of my home. It was quite an unsettling experience at first but I called R&L building group and Rick and Eli came out immediately and set my mind at ease.They worked with the insurance company with good communication and professionalism.
– Kathleen Watson