Water Damage Restoration

Water-related damages cost property owners and renters billions of dollars each year. When you have water damage and need water damage restoration or water damage repair, call us first and our professionals will help restore your home or business to pre-disaster condition.

Fire Damage, Smoke Damage

After a fire impacts your life, call us and our professionals can provide fire damage repair and smoke damage repair to help your home or business get back to pre-disaster condition. We provide fast, professional work, with minimal  disturbance to your daily routine.

Mold Removal and Remediation

When mold damages your home or business, call us and our mold removal and remediation professionals will help remove the mold in your home or business. Unaddressed plumbing leaks and long term water intrusion are the primary sources of mold growth requiring mold removal.

Home Repairs, Business Repairs

We have an extensive construction background and are a full service home repairs and business repairs contractor. After a disaster impacts your life or you are in need of general home or business repairs, call us first and our professionals will repair your home or business back to its original beauty.

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    February 6, 2018

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Testimonials

  • Your crew is amazing! You made a inconvenient situation bearable. I appreciate the phone calls to keep me in the loop. Thank you so much for all you did to get us back into our home! | Flooded house

    Darlene & Mark
  • Project manager was tremendous and the office was superb. Both were exceptionally helpful and responsive. I could not ask for greater advocates. | Water damage

    Christopher and Claudia
  • I wasn’t aware that so many pleasant craftsmen could work for the same restoration company. Everybody was very conscientious and made sure that the job was done right and neat. | Flooded house

    Shorty & Vera
  • The job was done fast, clean, and I liked the communication between you and us. The job worked out great! Thank you. | Water damage

    Rhonda
  •   Thanks for handling all of our water damage claim and for the extra advice. We will definitely use you again if a loss ever takes place (not those OTHER guys) | Water damage

    Central Oregon Dental Center
  •  My water damage restoration job was done in a timely manner and your people were very professional. 5 Star rating! | Flooded bathroom, dining room and crawl space

    Jeff
  • The roof looks great and we were really impressed with the workers. They worked non-stop and finished much sooner than we thought they would. We thank you all for a superb job!| Wind damage

    Jack & Adelyn
  •   I was pleased with the promptness of your arrival, assessment of the damage, and the speed with which the work was completed. Thank you! | Flooded crawl space

    Peggy
  •  I was surprised with how fast you arrived and went to work all day on my flooded bathroom, even on Saturday! Your staff made sure the job was done right. | Flooded bathroom

    Nelly

Central Oregon’s Leading Disaster Restoration Company

We are a full service water damage restoration, fire damage repair, smoke damage repair, mold removal and remediation company. We provide services ranging from securing your property with emergency board-up through complete home or business reconstruction. Unlike some of the other disaster restoration companies, we are an extremely experienced contractor and can handle reconstruction on the highest quality structures.


Headquartered in Bend, OR, we offer full service disaster restoration services such as water damage, fire damage, smoke damage repair, mold removal and remediation and home repairs in all of Central Oregon, including Bend, Redmond, Sisters, Black Butte Ranch, Terrebonne, Sunriver, Tumalo, Prineville, Powell Butte, Madras, Culver, Warm Springs, LaPine and everywhere in between.

Referral Program

The winter season is in full swing and frozen pipes can cause some costly problems. Frozen water can cause pipe bursting which can be a painful repair. Here is what to do to prevent your pipes form freezing and what to do if they do happen to freeze.

Keep the water running

The easiest trick to remember is to keep your faucets dripping when it gets cold. Even if it doesn’t keep your pipes from freezing, it will lower the pressure in the pipes so they don’t burst if they do freeze. Also, keeping the faucet open will help water flow to assist thawing if they are frozen.

Air Flow

To keep your interior pipes from freezing, open up the cabinet doors so air can flow around them to keep them warm. For pipes under the house, wrap them in a layer of foam to keep them from freezing drafts. Keep garage door use to a minimum if your water supply is located in the garage. Make sure where the pipes enter and exit the home is properly sealed. Improper sealing will let hot air out and cool air in. Also seal exterior faucets off with an insulating hose dome to keep them warm in winter.

Thermostat

During the winter months make sure to keep the temperature in the house regulated during all hours of the day and night. Also, if you are going away during the winter months then keep the thermostat at a temperature that will keep the pipes warm enough so they won’t freeze. Make sure all areas of your home are properly insulated and heat isn’t escaping. If the snow is melting on your roof then that means that your ceiling isn’t properly insulated and heat is escaping through the roof.

What to use to thaw a frozen pipe

If a pipe slows to a trickle or stops all-together then you may have frozen or burst pipes. Once you have found the source of the problem open up the faucet to allow water to flow. Then, use any of the listed methods to apply steady heat to the frozen section.

An electric heating pad wrapped around the pipe.
A plug-in hair dryer
A space heater (make sure no flammable substances are near)
An incandescent heat lamp
DONT use any open flame tools.
Apply heat until water flow completely comes back. If you are unsuccessful then contact a licensed plumber to take care of the problem. ... See MoreSee Less

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