We are called to care.
Restoring homes and businesses is how we serve our community, but our company is built on people whose hearts are ultimately called to help those in need. While our primary focus is helping our clients navigate the aftermath of an insured catastrophic loss, we encounter many in need of property damage repairs that don’t have the means to pay for them. Our calling, coupled with this need, inspired the creation of our charitable property repair foundation Give First. We have invested thousands of combined volunteer hours restoring property for disabled veterans and children, along with other families in great need. The passion, dedication and heart of these First Atlantic team members continues to make a positive impact on our community, but the effects on each other are profound as well.
We don’t want our company to be defined by what we gain but how we serve. After all, “it is more blessed to give than receive” (Acts 20:35).
Honors God & Family
Humble, Kind & Transparent
Passionate to Be the Best
Does the Right Thing
We provide emergency mitigation services 24/7/365 capable of responding to any size or complexity of property damage, biohazard containment or cleanup. Our high performing reconstruction department has won multiple national awards for excellence, performance, and creativity in disaster recovery solutions. Our infection control division First Atlantic Environmental is also entrusted daily with the lives and health of immune compromised patients in hospitals, operating rooms and nursing homes throughout our service area. Since 1990, over 45,000 clients have benefited from our expertise.
We are powered by our people – an excited, highly trained team driven by our core values that include humility, kindness and actions that all honor our God, our families, and each other.
Our 501(c)3 Give First charitable foundation also allows us to constantly help those unable to repay us, focusing on disabled veterans, disabled children, and other families in need of restoration, remodeling, handicap accessibility and other repairs to their homes and facilities.