Hours of Operation: 24/7 Emergency ServicePhone: (360) 873-8744Fax: (360) 873-8773333 North Hill Blvd.
Burlington, WA 98233
With over a decade of experience in the restoration industry, we have worked hard to develop a solid reputation throughout Skagit County when disasters strike. We have a full team of qualified experts in every niche of the recovery field, from water and fire cleaning to mold remediation and biohazard restoration solutions. Because our entire crew is from the area, we can navigate it quickly amid a crisis to get critical mitigation work started right when you need it.
From the highest levels of our organization, including our owners Paul & Amy Leavens, our entire focus with every project is exceeding expectations. We are not happy with the work that we do unless you are, and we do whatever it takes to go above and beyond in every project. As disasters present enough stress and worry to our customers, education is a vital element of the work that we perform as well. By educating our clients, they can be more knowledgeable and confident in acquiring our skilled professionals immediately.
From the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival to the Skagit Valley Highland Games, there is always something happening in the area. We also have beautiful sprawling areas like the Rosario Beach that helps to accentuate the allure of our coastal communities. In short, there are thousands of properties that have come to expect our fast and knowledgeable response to emergencies, and we have the training and expertise to handle water, fire, mold, storm, flood, and biohazard threats to your home or business as it happens.
Our commitment to our communities’ stems from our entire SERVPRO team hailing from the area. We are not just helping strangers with their problems; we are helping our neighbors and the businesses that we also use every day. While this approach has allowed us to become highly awarded over the past decade through our parent company and other organizations, we have used this report to give back throughout Skagit County; however, we can. We donate our time, resources, and money to nonprofits and awareness groups seeking to make life better for those less fortunate in our area.