Water in the basement is a very serious flood damage situation and should be handled immediately. When your basement is flooded it may seem like it will cost an arm and a leg to pay for the repairs. Here at Brighten Restoration, we believe in doing great work with the Lake Oswego community for an affordable price. We accept all Insurances, and can help you file a claim so that you’re not alone. We also know that not all claims will be covered and sometimes there may be an Out-Of-Pocket expense to you. This is why all our inspections and estimates are free, and we are up front with everything we need to do before we begin work.
At Brighten Restoration, we know how to perform complete basement water damage repair, flood cleanup, and structural drying and will come and take care of any flooded basements or basement water damage as soon as possible before more flood damage occurs. Give us a call as soon as possible if you are experiencing basement or crawlspace water damage.
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.
Located about 8 miles (13 km) south of Portland and surrounding the 405-acre (1.64 km2) Oswego Lake. Settled in the 1850s on the site of a Clackamas Indian encampment, it was called Oswego (later renamed Lake Oswego) and serves mainly as a residential suburb of Portland. Many of its older neighborhoods are built in the Tudor Revival and English Cottage styles popular in the 1920s. Marylhurst University, founded in 1893 as a Roman Catholic women’s college—Saint Mary’s Academy and College—in downtown Portland, was renamed and moved to its present location just south of the city in 1930. The city was the hub of Oregon’s brief iron industry in the late 19th century and is today an affluent suburb of Portland. As of the 2010 census, the city had a total population of 36,619, a 3.8% increase over the 2000 population of 35,278.
Today, Lake Oswego is home to attractions such as the George Rogers Park.