Water Damage problem in Longmont? Call Restoration Logistics today. We are Longmont’s #1 water damage restoration company with more than two decades experience. Call now: (303) 657-1400
With unique cutting edge technology and Longmont’s most experienced, certified staff, Restoration Logistics is the leading water damage restoration company in Boulder. Restoration Logistics is the leading sole-focus disaster restoration company in the western United States.
Why choose Restoration Logistics?
- Longmont’s #1 water damage restoration team since 1986
- The first call for hundreds of insurance, homeowner, and business groups
- Unsurpassed training, certification, and experience
- Dry faster and quieter than anyone else
- Local business with local people – on site in an hour or less!
[quote]Restoration Logistics has been one of the best things that happened to me after my flood. They performed their work on schedule and exceeded all expectations. When I had a problem more than a year later they even agreed to fix it at no extra charge. I recommend them without reservation.[/quote]- Bonnie, Westminster Home Owner
Restoration Logistics has been getting homes and business dry quickly for almost 2 decades and is one of Colorado’s leaders in drying technique. Our unique system will get your home or business dry quickly and quietly. Restoration Logistics uses cutting-edge drying technology which is faster and quieter than most drying systems.
Live operators are standing by 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Give Restoration Logistics a call and have Longmont’s best water damage restoration team at your home or business in an hour or less! (303) 657-1400
Learn More About Longmont CO
Longmont was founded in 1871 by a group of people from Chicago, Illinois. Originally called the Chicago-Colorado Colony, the men sold memberships in the town and with the proceeds purchased the land necessary for the town hall. As the first planned community in Boulder County, the city streets were laid out in a grid plan in a square mile. The city began to flourish as an agricultural community after the building of the Colorado Central Railroad line arrived northward from Boulder in 1877. During the 1940s, Longmont began to grow beyond these original limits.