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Damage Restoration in Altadena
Water, Fire & Mold Damage Restoration in Altadena
Altadena is an unincorporated area tucked in the Verdugo Mountains by Eaton Canyon, about 15 miles outside of downtown Los Angeles. The area first began to develop after Benjamin Eaton, for whom the canyon is named, cultivated nearby water sources to irrigate his vineyard. This led to the growth of Altadena as well as the nearby city of Pasadena, located directly to the south. Eaton and his partners sold the land in 1881 to Frederick and John Woodbury, two brothers from Iowa who initiated the residential development of what would become Altadena. The name was a combination of the word “alta”, meaning upper in Spanish, and “dena” after already established Pasadena. Soon after, the newly founded community began to attract millionaires from the east coast, who built extravagant mansions along what is now Mariposa Street (sometimes referred to as “Millionaire’s Row”). Over the past century, Altadena has consistently resisted being annexed by nearby Pasadena and remains an unincorporated area of around 45,000 residents to this day.
Over the past decade, wildfires have broken out within close proximity of Altadena. Most recently, the Bobcat Fire of 2020 endangered thousands of residents and hundreds of beautiful homes, causing evacuation warnings throughout Altadena. If your home was a victim of water, fire or mold damage, due to wildfires or otherwise, you need a restoration company you trust that can help return it to its former state.
Restoration Experts You Can Count On in Altadena
Experiencing water, fire or mold damage in your home has the potential to turn your whole world upside down. If your Altadena 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.