Brighten Restoration can take care of all your Lake Oswego water damage needs. When you run into water damage or mold in your home, Brighten Restoration should be your first call. Brighten Restoration is a family owned local business that will do all we can to bring light to your Lake Oswego water damage situation. Our Lake Oswego water damage restoration technicians have the know how and experience to get the job done quickly, thoroughly and right the first time. But, don't take our word for it, hear what our customers have to say.
A flooded basement can destroy the structural integrity of your home and should be addressed immediately before it causes irreversible damage. Brighten Restoration will send out our best Lake Oswego flooded basement technicians to clean up and dry up your basement day or night. We know that the Lake Oswego community loves their homes. We will be sure to restore it back to before loss conditions or better! When your basement is flooded, if not handled correctly, your foundation can suffer immensely. Let the professionals at Brighten Restoration handle it so you don't have to worry.
There are many things you can do to prevent your basement from flooding. Foremost, it is paramount that all basements have a working sump pump that will pump out any water automatically. This will help tremendously in your Lake Oswego basement flood prevention. Periodically, you or a professional home inspector should check and fix any cracks or leaks in your foundation or window sills. Make sure your rain gutters are clear and all downspouts are flowing away from the home.
Along with outside water coming into your basement, you can also have water damage that originates from inside. Pipes bursting, toilet leaks, overflows etc. can also flow into your basement. The fundamental law of gravity tells us that any water that originates upstairs will come down until there is nowhere else for it to go. In other words, maintain your plumbing to prevent a water loss. Brighten Restoration can help in all aspects of your Lake Oswego water damage. Please, don't hesitate to call for a free water damage or basement flood assessment.
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 your 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. Call us now if your basement or home is flooded and our technicians can begin work immediately.
The extreme cold that comes with the Lake Oswego winter season can cause major water damage. The homes in Lake Oswego 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 the basements where insulation is minimum.
Tell-Tale Signs of Frozen Pipes:
Frozen pipes can become extremely costly if ignored as water damage can cause structural damage and damage to your valuables. When you need help with frozen or burst pipes, or any water damage at all, give us a call.
Anytime you suspect that you may have water damage, give us a call. Water works in unusual ways and just when you think you got it all, mold starts to grow. Water can weaken the structure of your home. It can deteriorate your sub-floor, and wreak absolute havoc on your personal belongings. Don't wait for it to get worse. You can never be too sure how bad it is, luckily, Brighten Restoration provides free damage assessments and as always, advice is free.
Water Damage can and will destroy your property if you let it sit. If you find yourself in a water damage situation, follow these helpful tips to limit the damage. Some things you should do immediately are:
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.
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. Call Brighten Restoration for all your Lake Oswego water damage restoration needs. For more information on Our Lake Oswego water damage services click here.
Let our technicians help you file your insurance claims. Claim representatives can sometimes trick you into saying the wrong things, therefore, allowing them to deny your claim. Our technicians can explain your water damage situation in detail and make sure you get the coverage you need. You can always trust our Lake Oswego water damage restoration service. If you haven't already, see our water damage Insurance section for more info on Insurance Policies.
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.