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Evergreen Restoration, Inc.
13716 Canyon Road East # C
Puyallup WA 98373

Phone: 253.535.3200
Toll Free: 866.948.3200
Fax: 253.535.3206

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Aberdeen Fire Damage Restoration

Evergreen Restoration’s full service Fire Damage Restoration department fulfills the needs of our customers in Aberdeen with difficult situations. With our number one goal being safety, we will ensure that the Aberdeen site is safe. In some instances this can mean boarding up doors, windows, applying temporary roof covers, or anything that ensures the safety of the occupant and their property. Our cleaning staff starts the process with an emergency clean of items that can be salvaged with prompt attention. Once the Aberdeen home has been cleaned and deodorized, our highly skilled contractors go into action with structural repairs. When necessary, our expert staff will inventory personal belongings and move them to a secure storage area to allow for repairs.
 

Please do not hesitate to call us if you have any questions.

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Aberdeen was named for a local salmon cannery, a namesake of Aberdeen, Scotland, because it is situated at the mouth of two rivers just like Aberdeen, Scotland. Although it became the largest and best known city in Grays Harbor, Aberdeen lagged behind neighbors Hoquiam and Cosmopolis in the early years. When A.J. West built the town's first sawmill in 1894, the other two municipalities had been in business for several years. Aberdeen and its neighbors vied to be the terminus for Northern Pacific Railroad, but instead of ending at one of the established mill towns, the railroad skimmed through Cosmopolis and headed west for Ocosta. Hoquiam and Aberdeen citizens banded together to build a spur; and in 1895, the line connected Northern Pacific tracks to Aberdeen.

By 1900, Aberdeen was considered one of the grittiest towns on the West Coast[citation needed], with many saloons, whorehouses, and gambling establishments populating the area. Aberdeen was nicknamed "The Hellhole of the Pacific", or "The Port of Missing Men", because of its high murder rate. One notable resident was Billy Gohl, known locally as Billy "Ghoul",[3] who was rumored to have killed at least 140 men. (Gohl was convicted of 2 murders[4][5])

During the Great Depression, Aberdeen was hit hard, reducing the number of major saw mills from 37 to 9. Mill owners hired Filipino and Jewish immigrants to keep wages low in order to stay in business.[who?] The timber industry continued to boom, but by the late 1970s most of the timber had been logged. Most of the mills were closing down by the 1970s and 1980s.

Aberdeen is also the home port of the tall ship Lady Washington, a reproduction of a smaller vessel used by the explorer Captain Robert Gray, featured in the Pirates of the Caribbean film The Curse of the Black Pearl.

 

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