About Oceanside Restoration
Our mission is to deliver quick and superior disaster restoration services in times of emergency. We protect, preserve and restore order. That’s the Oceanside way! We offer property owners peace of mind that the job will be done quickly and professionally. We provide insurers with the assurance of quality and consistent service so they can confidently recommend us. We help our employees become the best in the industry. We use local contractors and service providers to support local businesses and well as our own. Oceanside brings your house back to home.
Any damage to your home or business – be it from a storm, water, wind, fire or vandalism – can be a dramatic event. It can cause upheaval, uncertainty and even chaos. Our business is built around delivering rapid and superior restoration services. Our values are built around the way in which we deliver those services.
You Can’t Plan For The Unexpected
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A year ago – just last November – California met its deadly Camp Fire. It was the most destructive wildfire in California history, claiming 86 lives and covering an area of more than 150,000 acres.
It’s more important than ever that we be ready for anything.
October is National Fire Prevention month
As summer appears on the horizon, the first things we all think about are flip flops, sunscreen, camping, and beach towels. It’s also an important season to think about safety around the house too – even though the weather is much nicer, there are a few things to be aware of when it comes to summer home safety!
You’ve dealt with electricity in your home before. We all have. Say the power goes out and you need to flip the breakers. A much more common experience is the countless times you’ve had to change a light bulb. No big deal.
So, when you decided to put ceiling fans around your house, you opted to do it yourself. After all, you’re a smart person. How hard could it be?
Most homeowners soon discover that dealing with electrical tasks around the house isn’t as straightforward as we’d imagine. Using the example of installing ceiling fans, perhaps you flipped off the breakers in the places where you were putting the fans. You got the right tools. You hung the fans up, one by one. Boom. Done. Except that when you flipped the power back on, two of them didn’t work. Sigh.
So, you went back and forth, turning off the power, working on the fans, then turning the breakers back on. The fans just weren’t working, but you refused to give up.
Then it happened.