Brighten Restoration’s water damage restoration service provides service in Woodburn and the surrounding cities. Our water damage restoration specialists are trained and certified to remove any water infiltrating your home.
We can take care of all your water damage needs. When you run into water damage or mold in your home or business Brighten Restoration should be your first call. Brighten Restoration is a local family-owned water damage restoration company that will do all we can to bring light to your water damage situation. Our Woodburn water damage cleanup technicians have the know-how and experience to get the job done quickly, thoroughly and right the first time. Don’t take our word for it though, hear it from our customers.
We will be with you through every part of the process including the water extraction, water restoration, and many other water removal services that are fitted to your situation. We use all available water mitigation services to give you the best residential or commercial property restoration.
Water damage can happen when you least expect it. This could be a natural event such as a flood, or a severe thunderstorm. You may find a plumbing failure, or even water damage after a house fire has been put out. Whether it is a broken or leaky pipe, toilet overflow, sink overflow, bathtub overflow, refrigerator, washing machine, water heater, or dishwasher overflow, air conditioner leak, sump pump failure, or hardwood floor water damage, our water damage restoration specialists in Woodburn OR are trained and certified in the latest home water damage restoration techniques and technology.
Our IICRC trained & Certified personnel are here to help “Brighten” your day with quick and thorough cleaning & restoration, providing unparalleled service. Brighten Restoration provides same day service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. and all our services include a free inspection. We work with all insurance companies to get you the coverage you need. Call us now at (503) 983-6526 to schedule a free damage assessment!
The extreme cold that comes with the winter season can cause major water damage. The homes in Woodburn that are left vacant during this season are at the greatest risk. When leaving your home for long periods of time, be sure to keep the heater on and have someone check up on it from time to time. Water pipes that are most prone to freeze and break are ones that lack the proper insulation. These frozen pipe breaks can be unnoticeable because they usually originate in your crawlspaces and basements where insulation is minimum.
If the water is still leaking or spewing, the first thing you want to do is stop it from causing further damage. Teach everyone in the home or business where and how you can turn off the water. You can usually find the shutoff in the basement, on a hose bib outside, or near the street.
Originally, the area around Woodburn was inhabited by the Kalapuya Native Americans. After the Provisional Government of Oregon set-up land claims in the country, the United States annexed much of the Pacific Northwest and established the Oregon Territory in 1848. Congress passed the Donation Land Claim Act in 1850 and many earlier land claims became donation land claims.