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.
We also provide sewage backup cleanup and sewage removal. Sewage damage can contain high amounts of harmful bacteria and there are serious health risks associated with it. It’s important that you do not try to clean up a mess from broken pipes that are connected to a sewage line. Coming in contact with raw sewage can cause disease, can destroy your valuables and cause severe damage to your property. Only the trained professionals at Brighten Restoration should handle sewage removal.
Our team has years of experience resolving various sewage cleanup and repair problems. Give us a call immediately if you are suffering from sewage damage.
Even if it seems like you may have caught the water soon enough, water could have already started soaking into your flooring, baseboards and walls. Let the professionals take a look at it for you. With our specialized monitors and equipment you can rest assured that we will find and remove all the water before it becomes a bigger problem. We can even get one of our trusted plumbing companies out to fix your plumbing.
We are a certified and professional water damage company in Corvallis OR that handles all residential and commercial water damage with our water and flood cleanup equipment and experience. Whether you have a small leak or a major emergency flood damage catastrophe, we will be on our way to handle any and all water damage repairs. For more information on Our Corvallis water damage services click here. If you need water cleanup at your home or business, call Brighten Restoration for all your Corvallis water damage restoration needs.
In October 1845, Joseph C. Avery arrived in Oregon from the east. Avery took out a land claim at the mouth of Marys River, where it flows into the Willamette River, and in June 1846 took up residence there in a log cabin hastily constructed to hold what seemed a potentially lucrative claim. Avery’s primitive 1846 dwelling was the first home within the boundaries of today’s Corvallis and his land claim included the southern section of the contemporary city.
Today, Corvallis is home to attractions such as the Oregon State University.