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.
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Summer is finally here! Time for cookouts, bonfires, outdoor activities, and time by the water. However, all this time outside can lead to potential dangers if you’re not properly prepared. In addition to slathering on the SPF to protect everyone from the sun’s rays, there are repairs and installations you can make throughout your home to give your family the fun and safe summer they deserve.
We’ve put together all the tips you need to keep your family and home secure throughout the summer. We also spoke with parenting and safety experts to help you set ground rules with your kids for the summer months. With proper preparation and a safety plan in place, you’ll be set for the best summer ever.
Mold is a common fungus that is made up of multi-cellular strands called hyphae. Mold spores can be found in the air almost anywhere and have been on the planet for millions of years. There are two criteria for mold to begin its growth cycle. The first is a source of moisture or humidity. The second is a food source like wood or drywall. Contact Oceanside Restoration today for mold remediation.
Let’s face it, no one wants to deal with the damages, expenses, and messes caused by burst pipes. So, what causes these pipes to burst during the winter? The basic answer is that the water coming into your house from the outside is much colder than it was during the summer months. The cold water causes your pipes to contract and in weaker parts, can cause the pipe to burst. This happens because the pipe becomes unable to withhold the water pressures inside it.