VANCOUVER, WA, 24/7 DISASTER RESPONDERS FOR FIRE DAMAGE & DISASTER BOARD UPS
1-800-BOARDUP of Clark County, is standing by to help you when you need it most.
Our number one priority is to protect you and your property. 1-800-BOARDUP of Clark County, provides emergency assistance and recovery services for fire, water and storm damage to homeowners and businesses in Vancouver, WA, area. Our trained responders immediately help victims first, then provide emergency property restoration services that help minimize further damage, prevent injury and abide by the attractive nuisance laws.
No matter what the disaster is, survivors are frequently traumatized and unaware of the important steps required of them to minimize damage and liability after a devastating event such as a fire, flood or storm.
From fire restoration and smoke removal to water extraction and mold remediation, we’re dedicated to making sure your needs are met and we will walk you through the recovery process – every step of the way.
If your home or business has been damaged by a fire, storm or water, don’t wait to call us. Our emergency response team is always available, 24/7/365, and is immediately and is here for all your emergency repair and cleanup services.
Address1009 W St
Vancouver, WA 98660
Hours of OperationMonday: 24 Hours
Tuesday: 24 Hours
Wednesday: 24 Hours
Thursday: 24 Hours
Friday: 24 Hours
Saturday: 24 Hours
Sunday: 24 Hours
24/7 commitment to victims of disaster, putting people before profit. We answer the question, "What's next?"
Knowing what to do after a fire is our specialty. We know how to assess damage and we are with you in every step of the process.
The dangers of water go far beyond what our eyes can see. Trust the professionals to mitigate the situation.
Since 2003, 1-800-BOARDUP has helped property owners with a wide variety of cleanup.
Secure your home & property
There is an important step between the fire being out and beginning the restoration process: structurally securing your property
Our professionals are the first choice for local claims adjusters and fire officials after fire, flood or other calamities.