24/7 Emergency Response

The Restoration Group

Service Areas

Proudly Serving the Delmarva Peninsula

The Restoration Group serves residential and commercial customers throughout Delaware and Maryland. Our IICRC-certified technicians are fully equipped to respond rapidly to disasters and work diligently to restore your property.

Our Service Areas

Our property restoration and repair company works on homes and businesses in Kent and Sussex counties in Delaware, and the surrounding Maryland counties. We consistently produce exceptional work for projects of any scale, whether it’s a one-room repair or a full-property restoration.

Delaware

From our headquarters in Milford, DE, TRG assists property owners impacted by catastrophic damage in:
  • Kent County
  • Sussex County

Maryland

We cross the state border to bring emergency mitigation to areas including:
  • Caroline County
  • Talbot County
  • Wicomico County
  • Worcester County
  • Queen Anne’s County

A Local Institution That Knows You

TRG is committed to serving our community by providing excellent services that meet the highest standards and exceed our client’s expectations. As a local business, we can provide immediate services that address our communities’ local needs. If your home or business suffers fire, water, storm, or mold damage, you can count on us for prompt, compassionate assistance.

We Are Proud to Call This Region Home!

TRG owners Josh and Tom have lifelong connections to the Delmarva Peninsula. They care deeply about improving the lives of local residents and businesses.

It’s our privilege to give back by offering honest, expert restoration services to help the community recover from disasters and damages.

Get Professional Property Restoration When You Need It Most

Our 24/7 emergency line ensures you will immediately reach knowledgeable team members ready to dispatch our rapid response team. Contact us at 833-NEED-TRG (833) 633-3874 for emergency property services.

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