FGS The Restoration Company, established in 1988, works with insurance companies and policyholders to restore homes and businesses after damages caused by fire, smoke, water, wind, hail, vehicle impact and vandalism. We’re based in Madison, Wisconsin – our territory expands throughout Dane County and into surrounding counties, and we occasionally work outside these areas.
We measure our success by how quickly we can re-establish a person’s daily routine, with quality craftsmanship, the most advanced restoration equipment and decades of experience, while facilitating transparent communication among all parties. We have a growing, in-house staff of project managers, painters, drywallers, carpenters and cleaners who provide detailed estimates and timely repairs, as well as 24-hour emergency services, the restoration of personal belongings and commercial build-outs. We also offer emergency planning to help homeowners, community associations and businesses reduce risks and losses.
Madison Headquarters 24-hour Emergency Line
2210 S. Beltline Court, Madison, WI 53713 1-800-318-3473 608-258-2094
Open Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Stay safe this winter!
Download safety tips from the National Fire Protection Association:
Put a freeze on winter fires: Home fires occur more in the winter than in any other season. As you keep warm and cozy, be fire smart!
Get ahead of the winter freeze: Now is the time to prepare for the heating season!
Heating safety: There is something about the winter and curling up by the fireplace. With a few simple precautions, you can help prevent heating fires.
Candle safety: Candles are pretty to look at, but a candle is an open flame. That means it can easily ignite anything that has the potential to burn.
Portable fireplace safety: There is nothing like sitting by an open fire on a cold night. Portable ethanol-burning fireplaces provide ambiance and warmth, however, the fuel, the device and its open flame can be dangerous.
Wood and pellet stove safety: As the temperature drops, wood and pellet stoves may be fired up inside your home. What you might not realize is that heating equipment is one of the leading causes of home fires.