Save The Day Restoration
Damage Restoration in Alhambra
Water, Fire & Mold Damage Restoration in Alhambra
Alhambra is a city in the western San Gabriel Valley region of Los Angeles County. The area was inhabited by Tongva Native Americans for thousands of years before the Spanish arrived in 1771 and founded the San Gabriel Mission. Upon Mexican Independence in 1820, California became a part of Mexico for several decades before being taken over by the United States following the Mexican-American War. The land that now includes Alhambra was owned by Bernardo Yorba, whose daughter named the city after Washington Irving’s book Tales of the Alhambra. The name stuck and the city of Alhambra was finally incorporated in 1903. It is now home to around 85,000 residents and has built a reputation for the incredible, diverse architecture of its historic homes. Alhambra has spawned a host of famous athletes, entertainers and artists and perhaps most notably, was the home of Norman Rockwell in the beginning of the 1930’s.
Over the past decade, wildfires have increased in frequency across Southern California, often destroying homes and other structures in their path. If your home or business was a victim of water, fire or mold damage, due to wildfires or otherwise, it’s important that you find a restoration company you trust that can return it to its pre-disaster conditions.
Restoration Experts You Can Count On in Alhambra
Experiencing water, fire or mold damage in your home has the potential to turn your whole world upside down. If your Alhambra home or business was impacted by one of these incidents, the team at Save the Day Restoration will do everything in our power to restore it to its former glory. We encourage you to read more about us and hear firsthand from former clients about their experience working with us.