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These guys are hands down THE ABSOLUTE BEST!! There is no way to document how awesome they were!! They had every single thing taken care of including taking care of us and our nerves!!!! They are honest to the core, kind and they make sure they treat you like a king in the midst of a flooded house !!! – Eric H.
Kenmore Water Damage Restoration
The leading home repair, restoration, and remediation licensed general contractor team in Kenmore is ready to handle any water damage your home or office may experience. Our technicians maintain IICRC certification, which sets the standards and reference guides for professionals in the industry of remediation and restoration. This means you can trust us in the process of restoring your home to its pre-loss condition.
Total Kenmore Water Cleanup and Removal
We understand how stressful it is to have a toilet back up or overflow, a dishwasher malfunction, or a broken or leaky pipe in your home or business. Water is the leading cause of damage to homes in the U.S., and cleaning up the mess left behind is an undertaking that’s best left to the professionals. You can trust our Kenmore water damage restoration and cleanup company to extract any water, fully dry out the area, and then remove damaged flooring, We also have a dedicated team that handles the insurance process so you have one less thing to worry about. This includes filing paperwork, the burden of proof, adjuster meetings, and arranging for safe storage of belongings until the remediation and rebuilding work has been completed. We can even arrange for hotel accommodations if needed, and negotiate all of this with your insurance company on your behalf. With 24/7 availability, all it takes is one phone call and our water damage restoration company in Kenmore will arrive at the scene in 90 minutes or less for residential and commercial jobs. today at 1-877-346-1608.
More About Kenmore WA
Founded in 1901, Kenmore’s name comes third-hand from the Scottish village of Kenmore. McMasters and his wife Annie arrived in Puget Sound circa 1889 from Canada, intending to establish themselves in the shingle-making trade. They opened a shingle mill on the northern shore of Lake Washington on land leased from Watson C. Squire. By 1903, Kenmore had established a school system and post office, but it did not formally incorporate as a city until August 31, 1998.
Kenmore is home to attractions such as Rhododendron Park.
Providing services to Kenmore WA, including 98011, 98028, 98034.