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Water Damage Elmhurst, IL, Water Damage Restoration Elmhurst, IL, Water Damage Restoration Company Elmhurst, IL, Flood Restoration Elmhurst, IL

PROFESSIONAL WATER DAMAGE RESTORATION



Whether your water damage problem is caused by a hurricane, a flood, a broken water pipe, or a sewage drain back up, our team of certified experts is ready to help you dry out your home or business and get your life back to normal in no time.

We specialize in helping you identify and solve the problem, as well as provide clean up and restoration services. Time is of the essence, and our friendly and courteous service technicians can be on site as soon as possible to provide you with the quality water cleanup services you deserve.

Services :
  • Complex and certified water damage restoration
  • Complex and certified flood damage restoration
  • Sewage drain



Few Facts About the City



Members of the Potawatomi Indian tribe, who settled along Salt Creek just south of where the city would develop, are the earliest known settlers of the Elmhurst area. Around 1836, European immigrants settled on tracts of land along the same creek. At what would become Elmhurst City Centre, a native of Ohio named Gerry Bates established a community on a tract of 'treeless land' in 1842. The following year, Hill Cottage Tavern opened where St. Charles Road and Cottage Hill Avenue presently intersect. In 1845, the community was officially named Cottage Hill when a post office was established. Four years later the Galena and Chicago Union Railroad was given right-of-way through Cottage Hill giving farmers easier access to Chicago. The community changed its name to Elmhurst in 1869. Elmhurst was incorporated as a village in 1882, with a population of 1,050, and legal boundaries of St. Charles Road to North Avenue, and one half mile west and one quarter mile east of York Street. Elmhurst Memorial Hospital was founded in 1926 as the first hospital in DuPage County.