Our History


In 2006 Corky Wray was inspired to start Central Oregon Disaster Restoration. A friend called a disaster restoration services company during a personal disaster. The disaster restoration company was very helpful and it inspired Corky to help others who were coping with similar disasters. Starting with 3 employees, CODR has grown rapidly with over 40 Bend-based employees today. Family owned and operated, CODR prides itself on taking care of clients as if they were family. The success of the company can be attributed to our high level of customer service, attention to detail and our rapid response rate. CODR is the largest locally owned disaster restoration services company in Central Oregon.

Disaster restoration services include:

Water Damage Restoration, Fire Damage Restoration, Smoke Damage Repair, Mold Damage Remediation, Odor Removal, Carpet and Structural Drying, Vandalism Repair, Pest Damage Repair, Trauma clean-up, Sewage cleanup, Water Pumping, Thermal Imaging, Total Structure and Property Repair.

Disasters cost property owners and renters billions of dollars each year. When you have a disaster call us first and our professionals will help restore your home or business to pre-disaster condition.

Headquartered in Bend, OR, Central Oregon Disaster Restoration offers disaster restoration services 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

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Summer is in full swing, and it’s time to make sure your home can handle the heat. These quick fixes don’t take much time, but they can have a big impact on your home the rest of the summer and throughout the year.

Check your gutters. When summer storms hit, your gutters need to be able to take the pressure. If anything appears loose or bent, have a professional repair it.

Test for pipe breaks in outside faucets. Open the tap and put your finger over it. If you can stop the water, it is likely that there is a leak or break somewhere in the line. Even if you’ve already used your outside faucet, test it – it might be leaking and you might never know it!

Clean, repair, and install screens. Check that everything is in good repair, and patch or replace as needed.

Consider options to lower your energy bill. When the temperature goes up, so does your energy bill. Check out options like reflective film and specialized curtains and blinds to help keep the outside heat out of your home, cutting down your costs.

Clean and service your AC and heating. Have a technician come out for a quick clean and service to be sure everything is ready to go for summer use.

Dispose of any hazardous materials in your garage or workroom. If you were doing projects over the winter, make sure you don’t have anything dangerous hanging around! Follow manufacturer instructions on all chemicals.

Do maintenance on your refrigerators and freezers. Your fridge and freezer need a little bit of TLC, and not just so that they can keep giving you cold drinks all summer! Left unchecked, fridges and freezers can be a common source of leaks.

Take a quick trip around the inside and the outside. Look for anything out of the ordinary – new cracks, wood that seems a little too soft. Be as observant as you can!

Test carbon monoxide and smoke detectors. Make sure everything is working, and change the batteries if needed.
Check your roof. Do a walk-around inspection and look for any loose shingles or obvious, visible damage on the roof. A missing shingle now could lead to a leak later!

All of these tips are quick and easy, but they can save you a lot of headache and hassle in the future. And remember – if you do have any kind of flooding from a leaky roof, a broken outside faucet line, or anything else, give CODR a call. We’re experts at handling water damage, and we’ll be on site and ready to start work fast. You can reach us on our 24/7 emergency hotline at 541-318-7853. ... See MoreSee Less

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