Professional Water, Fire, Smoke & Mold damage restoration services
provided by PuroClean ™ — local experts!
When property damage occurs, PuroClean is driven to provide an unmatched service experience quickly, professionally, ethically and with compassion, resulting in peace of mind for all concerned.
Any disaster (water damage, smoke damage, mold damage, bio-hazard), disrupts the lives of families and business. At PuroClean, we do whatever it takes to rescue property with minimal disruption.
When every minute counts, you want experienced people you can rely on. PuroClean technicians are trained and certified to the highest standards in the industry and are ready to respond immediately – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week – to mitigate the loss and meet every challenge with professionalism, reliability, compassion and respect.
With over 20 years experience in property mitigation and restoration, and over 240 offices nationwide, PuroClean has earned our reputation as “The Paramedics of Property Damage.”™ You can call our local office (503-922-0100 or 360-944-5698) and begin to put your loss behind you.
Beaverton OR residents trust our qualified personnel for Mold Remediation Services Before cleaning the Mold, it’s critical to identify the conditions that caused the mold spore growth, or the remediation and removal will not succeed. The initial mold inspection can be carried out by an industrial hygienist, mold professional, home inspector, or mold remediation contractor. […]
Superior Services for Water Damage Removal, Repairs, & Restoration Service near Lake Oswego Oregon At PuroClean Lake Oswego, we know about the problems involved with water damage & flood damage and our quick dry system will get your home or commercial building back to normal in no time. Our state of the art equipment & […]
What are the indicators of an ice dam? If you notice water damage (marks, drips or lines) on ceilings or exterior walls, it can be an indication that an ice dam has formed, and ice and water have forced their way into your attic area. In addition to fixing the cause of the ice dam, […]
CIRCULATION during a fire is one of the most interesting aspects. “Heat” moves toward “cold.” As areas begin to increase in temperature, they seek out cooler rooms and spaces. Heat is moving toward lower temperatures and seeking atmospheric equilibrium. Even if the heating and air conditioning system is not operating, the smoke/soot will still travel […]