Recent Fire Damage Posts

Woolsey Wild Fire

3/28/2019 (Permalink)

2018 was one of the worst years in history for California wild fires. The Woolsey Fire was just one of the thousands of California wildfires recorded last year, but the amount of destruction resulting from the fire was astronomical! The Woolsey fire ignited on November 8, 2018 and burned more than 96,949 acres with countless homes destroyed, and even more damaged from the resulting debris, smoke & soot. Once our fearless CAL FIRE and the U.S. Forest Service gained control and contained the wild fire, it was time to clean up and rebuild. SERVPRO of Highland/North Redlands wanted to do anything we could to help our community that was in need. SERVPRO of Highland/North Redlands were one of the First Storm Team responders on site. We did everything we could to help the residents of Malibu and Thousand Oaks return to the comfort of their homes. SERVPRO has always dreamed of going beyond that extra mile to help restore those loving & beautiful memories families like you have created.

Thank you and remember to always stay safe, and if ever in a crisis you know who to call.

Cajon Pass Fires

10/20/2016 (Permalink)

Servpro Nailed this demo

Full house demo needed after fire rages through the cajon pass causing evacuations and freeway closures. Thousands of residents had to be placed in temporary housing and although a very difficult situation, SERVPRO helped facilitate the process for this homeowner. Our prompt response and immediate action helped get her back in her home in only a few short weeks.