Fire Restoration

A house on fire

Fire Damage

When you’re faced with the devastation of a fire, the first thought is what you need to do to protect yourself and your property. Your first option should be to choose a reliable and trusted partner that has the experience, compassion, and reputation to help you through the challenge.

At Classic Construction Company, Inc., we are that partner to help you. We work with you, and your insurance company, to rehabilitate your home or commercial establishment, professionally, and with understanding. We have over 25 years of experience in the Huntington, Ashland, Charleston, Ironton, and Portsmouth region with fire and smoke damage restoration. We are a full-service, licensed, and insured general contractor ready to serve your needs.

24 hours per day, 7 days per week, we are at your service. We understand that fire and smoke damages are never wanted and you need the reassurance that your property will be secured quickly. We will immediately work with you to make sure you and your belongings are safe and secure.

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Trusted Fire Restoration


24/7 Emergency Service

A fire can start at any time, not just during business hours! That’s why we are available 24/7 for emergency services.


Restoration Specialists

We are a full-service, licensed, and insured general contractor ready to serve your restoration needs with experience and compassion


Insurance Claim Assistance

We will walk alongside you in dealing with the insurance company to ensure that your estimates and repairs are handled with professionalism and efficiency.

Fire Safety Tips

Contact your local disaster relief service, such as the American Red Cross or the Salvation Army, to help with your immediate needs

Do not enter the damaged site. Fires can rekindle from hidden, smoldering remains.

Do not throw away any damaged goods until after an inventory is made. All damages are taken into consideration in developing your insurance claim.

Be watchful for structural damage caused by the fire. Roofs and floors may be damaged and subject to collapse.

Contact your local police departments to let them know the site will be unoccupied.

Food, beverages, and medicine exposed to heat, smoke, soot, and water should not be consumed.