Storm Damage Restoration
Emergency Restoration Company in Oregon
Intense weather conditions and storms can hit and cause devastating damage to your home at inconvenient times. Quick Restore of Oregon is here to help when your home suffers storm damage from intense winds, rains, hail, floods, or even downed trees. We know you need help quickly in a time of emergency and we’re available 24/7.
Our team of professionals will assess the damage to your home and begin working to restore it immediately. It is important to have a professional inspect and restore your home after storm or flood damage to ensure your home is properly decontaminated and still structurally sound.
Specifically in the Pacific Northwest, heavy rainfall can cause water damage and flood damage to your home. Our flood damage and water damage technicians are experienced with restoration from heavy rainfall and will quickly begin working to remove water from your home and begin the drying process.
In addition, once the immediate repair has been made, our team of storm restoration experts will work to address the secondary effects of water, flooding, or storm damage. Common secondary effects of water damage or flooding include discoloration or warping of porous materials like flooring, drywall, or wood surfaces. When these porous materials absorb enough water, it can cause structural damage to your home.
Another common secondary effect of water damage is mold, which can not only increase the property damage, but also poses health risks. We always inspect homes with water damage for mold growth and perform all forms of mold remediation services. Our team of mold remediation experts will ensure that the mold is properly removed, prevent it from returning, and thoroughly sanitize your home.
Need Emergency Service?
Our team works directly with your insurance company to ensure you are getting the proper coverage for any storm damage or water damage to your home. Call Quick Restore of Oregon at (541) 600-5471 We’re proud to serve the greater Albany, Corvallis, Salem, and Eugene areas.