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Midwest Remediation has been the trustworthy companion of many individuals who have suffered from fire damage, water damage or mold infestation for over 30 years now. We have serviced many homes and offices within Pittsboro, IN and the surrounding area, much to everyone’s satisfaction. If you’re in need of restoration services due to by fire damage, water damage or mold infestation, then we’re ones to call. Our team of dedicated and experienced restoration experts can travel immediately to your location and give you a fair and thorough assessment of your property.
Once we’ve evaluated the damage, we can move onto the actual restoration process, which includes an effective contents restoration service. We not only repair damaged areas, but also restore any salvageable items that we can find on site. We can restore burned electronics or even soaked documents, depending on their condition. It is our commitment to do our very best to help you recover in every way possible from an emergency disaster.
If you want to learn more about our various restoration services, you can reach us through this number: 317-218-7726. You can also get in touch with us through our Contact Us page. Our friendly staff is on standby 24/7 to receive any calls of assistance from you. Just give us your details and we can dispatch a team to be at your location shortly.
Pittsboro is a town located in Middle Township of Hendricks County in the state of Indiana. It has a population of 2,928 people, according to the 2010 census. The town was founded in December 9, 1834 by Simon T. Hadley and William L. Matlock. It was named after Hadley’s home town of Pittsborough in North Carolina, although the spelling was later changed to Pittsboro.
The town was incorporated after an election in April 6, 1906. Progress grew steadily upon its incorporation, seeing many infrastructural improvements as well as new services. Its government consists of a five man Town Council that is elected by the people.
In 2008, a parade was celebrated in honor of Olympic silver medalist Bridget Sloan. Another notable resident of the town is professional racecar driver Jeff Gordon.