SERVPRO of Puyallup/Sumner
Like it never happened
“SERVPRO Puyallup/ Sumner is the most trusted leader in the disaster recovery industry in Puyallup. Our team is known for being “Faster than any size disaster” and offers a 24-hour emergency service, even during holidays or when pipes freeze. If your residential or commercial property experiences a water, fire, or mold disaster, our SERVPRO of Puyallup / Sumner team can help. Are you in need of a thorough clean for your home or business? SERVPRO of Puyallup/ Sumner has you covered. Our highly skilled technicians have the equipment and expertise to take care of your commercial or residential property and make it look like it never happened.
SERVPRO of Puyallup/Sumner
14224 Pioneer Wy EPuyallup Washington 98372United States
We suffered a water pipe break on the third floor of our church with all three floors being flooded. Servpro arrived from 90 miles away in less than 24 hours (New Years holiday weekend in snow storm) with crew of three, truck and equipment. National crew of 10 arrived three days later with more equipment. They worked 10 hours a day for eight days to empty damaged rooms, dry out building and remove damaged sheetrock. Facility fully ready for reconstruction when they were done. Most professional, courteous and hard working crew I have ever seen. They were very informative, and considerate, working around church services the next weekend. This was the most impressive experience I have ever had with a company!!! I very highly recommend this company.
Puyallup ( (listen) pew-AL-əp or pew-AWL-əp) is a city in Pierce County, Washington, United States, located about 10 miles (16 km) southeast of Tacoma and 35 miles (56 km) south of Seattle. It had a population of 42,973 at the 2020 census. The city’s name comes from the Puyallup Tribe of Native Americans and means “the generous people”. Puyallup is also home to the Washington State Fair, the state’s largest fair. == History == The Puyallup Valley was originally inhabited by the Puyallup people, known in their language as the spuyaləpabš, meaning “generous and welcoming behavior to all people (friends and strangers) who enter our lands.” The first white settlers in the region were part of the first wagon train to cross the Cascade Range at Naches Pass in 1853.Native Americans numbered about 2,000 in what is now the Puyallup Valley in the 1830s and 1840s.
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