You can never tell when a disaster will strike, and when it does, you will not only need to face the problems that arise when it is happening but also the problems that come after it happens. Cleaning, repairing, and restoring often comes after the storm, and needing to take care of these after having to go through such a harrowing experience can be doubly stressful. You need a company that can take this burden off your shoulders, and to give you the breathing room you need to recover from these disasters without having to worry about the cleanup and repairs not getting done the right way.
You can entrust your restoration, repair, and cleaning tasks to a company that has been doing these for over 70 years, and that is Woodard 24/7. We have been helping the people in and around O’Fallon, MO take care of their cleaning, repair and restoration needs, for any type of disaster. Be it a flood, a storm, or a fire, we have the right people and the right tools for it. Contact us today to find out how we can help you get your home or office back to its original form, without you needing to worry about getting the job done.
Apart from offering repairs, restoration, and cleaning services after disasters occur, we also offer our clientele a long list of services that can make life easier. Woodard 24/7 also offers general services that include furniture and upholstery cleaning, tile and grout cleaning, commercial cleaning services, and carpet cleaning, to name a few.
To find out more about these and other services we can offer you, contact us at 314-300-9567. You can also message us by using the form on our Contact Us page.
The city of O Fallon is only a few minutes away from the city of St. Louis, and is part of the county of St. Charles. It has been said that settlers began to move to O Fallon in the 1830s, but the city’s history began a couple of decades later in the 1850s when the Krekel’s moved to the area. By the mid-1850s, a depot for the North Missouri Railroad was built in the area, and was named after John O Fallon, the president of the said railroad and a noted philanthropist. The rest, as they say, is history.
Visitors to the city will find numerous parks and recreational areas to visit, and these include Civic Park, which houses the Alligator’s Creek Aquatic Center, and the Fort Zumwalt Park, which has a fishing lake, a fort and a golf course.