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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Winter brings its own set of challenges for homeowners, and among the most common—and potentially damaging—are frozen pipes and heating issues. When temperatures plummet, water in pipes can freeze, expand, and even burst the pipe, leading to costly repairs. Meanwhile, heating systems are under more stress and can fail when you need them most. Here are some preventative measures to help you avoid these chilly predicaments.
The holiday season is a time of joy and celebration, with many households decorating their homes with beautiful holiday lights. While these lights add a festive touch to the season, it’s essential to prioritize safety and fire prevention to ensure a happy and hazard-free holiday season. In this blog post, we’ll discuss some essential tips for holiday lights and home safety/fire prevention.
As summer rolls around, it’s not just the anticipation of warm, sunny days that looms on the horizon. For Cape Cod residents, it also marks the onset of the Atlantic hurricane season, which officially runs from June 1 through November 30, with peak activity typically seen from mid-August through early September. Now, I know we all love a good beach day, but trust me when I say that hurricane preparedness is not something you want to ignore.