CATCO began in 1981 as a catastrophe cleaning and restoration company located within the St. Louis city limits, and we expanded our facilities as needed, landing us finally in our current headquarters in Maryland Heights in West St. Louis County. From here we serve our commercial and residential clients throughout the metro St. Louis area in Missouri, Illinois and beyond, with the innovative and leading edge technologies as well as common-sense approaches our customers have learned to expect. Our clients confidently rely on us to restore not only their belongings but their way of life. They know they can count on our 24-hour availability and our reassuring, solid guarantees:
- CATCO’s cleaning and reconstruction work is finished with a one-year guarantee.
- Smoke odor deodorization carries a full lifetime guarantee that the original odor will not return.
We frequently work with insurance agents, claims adjusters, risk managers and property management
companies to assist our clients in the claim and restoration process.
Homeowners and corporations rely on CATCO for fast emergency response services. We receive a large number of referrals from satisfied clients, each of whom appreciates our ability to completely manage a project no matter how large or small — or complex.
In 2010, CATCO opened it's second catastrophe restoration location in Independence, Missouri. This branch also provides the one-stop full-service restoration services we've always provided, with a service area covering the entire Kansas City metro area, including the surrounding Missouri and Kansas counties and beyond.
From this additional 8,000-square-foot facility, our crews mobilize 24 hours a day, 365 days per year.
With our two full-service locations, CATCO now covers a large section of Missouri as well as southern Illinois and eastern Kansas as part of our regular service.
But CATCO's service doesn't stop in the Midwest. We've mobilized after catastrophic events in the past, and CATCO's trucks and crews have been seen in Florida, Texas, Tennessee and Louisiana (to name a few states) helping organizations get back on their feet following large disasters.