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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A flooded basement can give even the most stoic homeowner a sense of helplessness and panic. Use these tips and take action when your basement floods.
Unexpected issues in your home aren’t enjoyable, but they are common. A flooded basement can give even the most stoic homeowner a sense of helplessness and panic. If you have a basement flood, try not to over-analyze the situation. It may not be as bad as you think. According to the experts at Oceanside Restoration who provide 24/7/365 response to flood situations in your home, here’s some things you can do if your basement floods.
First, it’s quiet. Then there’s a creaking. Finally, an almighty crash. It’s a sound that all too many homeowners hear: the sound of a tree smashing into their roof. If you live in a wooded area, there’s only so much you can do to mitigate the risk of it happening to you. But, sometimes, there’s nothing you can do. Should worst come to worst, here’s what to do when a tree falls on your house.
Don’t like the weather? If you’re in the U.S., simply migrate a state or two away and you’ll find yourself in an entirely different weather system. The West Coast has torrential rains. The Midwest has blizzards. And the Southern Plains have tornadoes. But the East Coast sometimes receives all three — in the form a nor’easter.
A nor’easter is a type of massive cyclonic storm that forms within 100 miles (160 kilometers) of the United States’ East Coast, traveling inland into the New England and Mid-Atlantic regions and reaching northward to the Atlantic-facing side of Canada. Also called “northeasters,” these storms take their name from the strong and continuous northeasterly winds that blow them ashore.