Water Extraction • Dryout • Water Damage Repair & Restoration • Mold Remediation • Sewage Damage Cleanup
Walla Walla, WA • College Place, WA • Touchet, WA • Dixie, WA • Dayton, WA • Milton Freewater OR • Pendleton, OR • Hermiston, OR • Surrounding Areas
When you experience water intrusion or damage, CORE Restoration is available 24/7 because we know that fast action is essential. We specialize in residential or business water damage restoration, using cutting-edge equipment to detect hidden moisture and swiftly remove any standing water.
Our caring professionals put you first and will assess the damage to your property, guiding you through the process so you can make the best decisions for restoring your home. With our team by your side, you can be sure that your property will be dry, clean and restored to its pre-damaged condition.
Dealing with water damage can lead to a roller coaster of emotions, we are here to help ease your mind and explain the next steps. Our caring approach and communication through the process will make it more comfortable for you. We make you our client our top priority, and know that patience and communication through the ordeal is critical.
After any home or business emergency, the safety of your family or employees is most important, so the first step is to make sure everyone is safe. We'll work with you to develop a restoration plan that meets your needs and the needs of the specific loss situation. We'll be there every step of the way to ensure your home is remediated appropriately while following IICRC Industry standards, and restored to its pre-damaged condition.
We truly care about you as the client, and understand an emergency loss can be a stressful and confusing process. It is not something you planned for or expected. We will patiently take you through the process to make it as painless as possible. We work with your insurance on your behalf, talking through the often overwhelming information and next steps.
If safe, shut off the water source, or contact a qualified expert to do it for you.
When it's safe to do so, turn off circuit breakers for wet areas to avoid electrical hazards.
Gently mop and blot away excess water to minimize damage.
Help your upholstery dry evenly by propping up wet cushions.
Protect your furniture by placing aluminum foil or wood blocks between furniture legs and wet carpeting.
Move valuable items like paintings, art, documents, and electronics to a dry spot.
Hang furs and leathers separately at room temperature to prevent damage.
Avoid entering affected areas if electrical outlets or equipment are exposed to water. Safety is key!
Leave the water removal to the pros. Don't use your household vacuum; it could be dangerous.
Avoid turning on ceiling fixtures if the ceiling is wet or sagging.