Since 1987, the staff and professionals at STRONE have provided emergency and property restoration services with a solid commitment to excellence in workmanship and superior customer service.

STRONE employs a full time staff of in-house trades and technicians who are committed to immediate response, timely job completion and respect for both the policy or agreement holder and their property.

All STRONE branch offices located throughout Ontario, Montreal, and in Calgary, are corporately owned and managed. This allows for rapid mobilization of personnel and equipment, both locally and regionally, in any given situation.

With the shared resources and expertise of its subsidiary Itech, STRONE is capable of providing an unrivalled complement of property restoration and environmental services.

Our reputation for performance and reliability is best illustrated by STRONE’s inclusion in the “Preferred Contractor” programs of many leading insurance companies and being named one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies for four consecutive years.

Together, the entire STRONE team has one common goal, to lend a helping hand as we work towards returning lives and businesses back to normal.


STRONE will continuously strive to provide the insurance industry and its residential and commercial customers with the finest service available. We will apply all advancements in technology to provide superior service at a competitive price.

STRONE staff will be empowered to be progressive thinkers and to recognize customer commitments first and foremost. STRONE will use this approach on a daily basis in order to set and maintain a benchmark position in the restoration industry.


STRONE is committed to the health and safety of all its employees. STRONE will endeavor to meet its responsibilities for the health and safety of its employees by complying with the Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act and applicable regulations, and by assigning general and specific responsibilities for workplace health and safety.

Where appropriate, STRONE establishes policies and programs to assist in maintaining safe conditions and work practices and facilitating employee training and participation in health and safety activities.

All employees have a responsibility to protect their own health and safety and that of co-workers by complying with the Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act and applicable regulations, and with safe practices and procedures established by STRONE. Employees must report any health hazards and unsafe conditions or practices to management.