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Disaster Restoration Services Throughout Des Moines, IA


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What Our Customers Say

"Dear Dan:Your guys did great! They were very professional and helpful. I am very pleased with everything you have done. Once again, thank you so much for your help and I will tell anyone who will listen that your company is the one to call! "
"I called my insurance company and they immediately contacted your company. Robert Ball stated he would arrive to my home within an hour. He did….amazing!!!. I cannot say enough about the professionalism of your technicians…I had the feeling that every thing was going to be okay. In the afternoon on Saturday, I had reason to call Robert Ball, as I was concerned with my circuit breaker was tripping with the increased load created by drying equipment. Robert answered his phone…no voicemail…once again, amazing!! "
-Dan Brown
“I was impressed with everyone who cleaned our house – very friendly and hard workers.” 
- Connie Thingstad
“We are writing this letter of reference for ProRestore DKI because of our appreciation and amazement of the service they showed us with their new way of cleaning product. Everything ProRestore DKI has cleaned came back to the store smelling fresh and free of stains and marks. I foresee us utilizing this service in the future when we come across some good, used sports equipment that really smells but has the quality to be resold. I recommend this cleaning service to anyone who has involvement with sport activities. From teams to single families, this service works.”
-Denny - Owner, Play It Again Sports
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Springtime in the state of Iowa is when the risk of flooding and severe weather increases and can get worse during the winter. Severe weather pummeled the state in June and July of 2014. Governor Branstad issued state disaster proclamations for 68 counties as a result of three separate weather events. The crew here at ProRestore DKI in Grimes, Iowa would like to take this opportunity to alert you to some of the natural disaster risks that are possible in our state of Iowa.


Floods are one of the most common hazards in the United States, and are most prominent in Iowa. However, not all floods are the same. Some floods develop slowly, sometimes over a period of days. But flash floods can come about very quickly, sometimes in a matter of minutes and without any visible signs of rain. Flash floods often have a dangerous wall of roaring water that carries rocks, mud and other debris and can sweep away almost anything in its path. Overland flooding occurs outside a defined river or stream, such as when a levee is breached, but can still be very destructive. Flooding can also occur when a dam breaks, producing effects similar to flash floods, such as the Lake Delhi Dam in Delaware County, Iowa, did in July 2010.


Severe thunderstorms visit Iowa frequently every year. On average, Iowa sees hundreds of severe thunderstorms and thousands of non-severe thunderstorms. By definition, a severe or supercell thunderstorm contains hail that is one inch in diameter or larger, straight line winds that are 58 mph or stronger and/or a tornado. The National Weather Service issues severe thunderstorm and tornado watches and warnings for severe thunderstorms each year.


When a tornado is coming, you don't have much time to make life-or-death decisions. Advance planning and quick response are the keys to surviving a tornado. Tornadoes generally occur near the trailing edge of a thunderstorm. Rain-wrapped tornadoes are especially dangerous. They are common with supercell thunderstorms, which  frequently occur in Iowa.

Restoration & Remodeling in Grimes
Being prepared for a natural disaster is very important to surviving one. However, if one should occur and you need emergency restoration assistance, ProRestore DKI is a full-service cleaning, restoration and remodeling company, and we are here to help. Call our 24-Hour Emergency Response Line at (888) 846-6505 or our office at (515) 986-1333.