Business doesn't stop just because of a water damage or any other catastrophic disaster. Our IICRC trained professionals are experts in their field. With our 24/7 emergency service response, you can rely on Bend Disaster Restoration to get your business back up and running quickly and efficiently.
A water damage can be stressful but it's important to act fast! Prolonged exposure to these conditions can lead to loss of personal belongings and/or affect the structural integrity of your home or business. Allow us to help you navigate the recovery and restoration of your home or business, so that you can get back to your normal routine as soon as possible. Bend Disaster Restoration will walk through this process with you while we are restoring your property to pre-damage conditions.
We are a family operated company with over 15 years of experience in construction and emergency services. We specialize in water damage restoration and insurance claims for residential projects. This allows us to work directly with our customers and insurance companies to better mitigate losses to property. Our IICRC trained and experienced professionals will work side by side with you to reduce the personal and financial loss to your investments. We look forward to working with both you and your insurance company.
Repair & Restoration
Bend Disaster Restoration uses advanced equipment and techniques to remove water from your home. We maintain records to achieve a thoroughly clean and dry condition.
24/7 Emergency Service
Water damage needs an immediate response. If left too long it could damage or destroy your property but also the structure of your building. Contact us immediately to protect your business!
Our techs undergo extensive training by the IICRC but also our own guidelines of water extraction & removal. This allows us to give you the best experience possible.
State-of-the-art meters, water extraction and drying equipment will get your house back to a home, leaving your home smelling fresh and clean.
Water Damage Tips
Safety is your first concern. Is it safe to stay in the house? If you feel the answer is no, then leave.
Stay away from anything electrical that is close to water. Also take care when navigating around the affected area as it may be slippery. "Slips" and "Falls" are the most common hazards in this situation.
DO NOT do anything that you think is unsafe to do.