Triage Restoration


Philadelphia: (215) 399-9590

Delaware County: (610) 690-3669

In the event of a fire, flood, biohazard risk, or mold damage, you must act fast. Our technicians have the proper protective gear and necessary skills to fully decontaminate, repair, and restore your home or business as quickly as possible. Our care plans are designed for your protection and your building’s preservation—the sooner you call Triage, the sooner your property will be up and running again!



Does your home or business need some upgrades? We’ll oversee your remodeling projects and provide all of the materials, machinery, equipment, and labor you need to get the job done. Whether it’s an interior, exterior, roofing, or siding project, Triage will manage all the details that go into a successful renovation.

Trying to sell a foreclosed property is hard work, so let the Triage team tackle the property preservation tasks. We’ll get the building ready to sell by sprucing it up and fixing any issues—from loose door knobs to roof damage. We will also maintain the property by mowing and trimming the lawn, and cleaning the interior and exterior on a regular basis.

REO Properties

Emergency Restoration Services

Remodeling & Contracting Services


Emergency, disaster, and destruction are all words we hope that you never have to hear in connection with your home, property, or business. However, there are moments in life when they cannot be avoided. Triage Restoration, est. in 2009, is here for you during the moments in life that control is taken away. Local, reliable, and fast are just a few reasons to call us during your time of need. You can call us at any time; we are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and 365 days a year. We provide the best standardized service plan, certified technicians, and work quickly and effectively to remediate, restore, and ultimately “triage” your home, property, or business back to health. Contact us immediately if your home, property, or business has been affected negatively by fire, water, mold, biohazard, or other damaging issues.

Triage Blog


"Bomb Cyclone," "Nor'Easter," or " Polar Vortex" - no matter what term you use right now, it is cold and getting colder. Many meteorologists call this coming system a “winter hurricane.” Our neighbors to the north and south are cold. The Delaware and NJ coastal communities are preparing for blizzard conditions according to David Murphy @6abc.
It’s not too late to get prepared! Protect your pipes from freezing by turning your faucets on so they can drip. Open your cabinet door(s) to allow heat to get to the pipes under your sink. (Be careful to remove any items that would be a danger to young children or pets.) Position the snow shovels so they’re easily accessible and, if you have one, clear a path out of the garage for the snow blower.
If you must go outside, bundle up in layers! (Do as your Mom said - wear your hat, gloves and scarf.) Oh, and don’t forget to pick up milk and bread! Be safe!

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