West Coast Fire & Water Becomes Independent from SERVPRO

UKIAH, CA. A professional clean-up and restoration company, West Coast Fire & Water recently announced that after serving as a SERVPRO franchise, it is now a completely independent entity. While continuing to offer exactly the same services to its clients in Mendocino, Lake, Marin, Sonoma Counties and throughout California.

“After nearly a decade of learning and growing with SERVPRO, we are proud to announce our move to full independence. West Coast Fire & Water is going to be an exciting new endeavor for all of us! We’re still the same hardworking and professional mitigation company you have grown to know and love, and we look forward to continuing to serve our community,” said a representative of the company.

High-Quality Mitigation Services

Since its founding nearly ten years ago as an agent of the SERVPRO brand, West Coast Fire & Water has built a reputation as a reliable supplier of mitigation and clean-up services in the areas it serves. It even provided services in Los Angeles after the infamous Woolsey Fire. They have also worked on large schools and businesses, bungalows, campers, and virtually every kind of structure in between. No job is too big or small! West Coast Fire & Water stands at the ready for a variety of residential and commercial mitigations.

Its services include the cleaning and restoration of structures affected by fire or water damage, as well as mold remediation, biohazard and storm damage. It is a company committed to serving its local community as well as the far reaches of the state and responds to emergency callouts 24 hours a day.

West Coast Fire & Water assures its communities that there has been absolutely no interruption in their services as they make the transition to a fully independent company. It’s business as usual, meaning that residential and commercial properties in Mendocino, Lake, Marin, and Sonoma Counties can safely be recovered, repaired, and mitigated in the event of unexpected events.

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