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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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Bremerton Fire Damage Restoration

Evergreen Restoration’s full service Fire Damage Restoration department fulfills the needs of our customers in Bremerton with difficult situations. With our number one goal being safety, we will ensure that the Bremerton 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 Bremerton 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.

(253) 535-3200 or (866) 948-3200

Bremerton was officially incorporated on October 15, 1901 with Alvyn Croxton serving as the city's first mayor. Progress in the new city soon faced a major crisis, as Navy Secretary Charles Darling moved all repair work to the Mare Island Navy Yard in California in November 1902. Darling cited reports from commanders that the Bremerton waterfront was rife with prostitution, opium houses and frequent strongarmed robberies of sailors. Politics were probably also at play, as local newspapers reported that the city's incorporation left the shipyard essentially landlocked without room to expand. A dispute ensued between Mayor Croxton, who wanted to shutter all saloons in Bremerton, and three members of the city council, who attempted to block his efforts. Croxton eventually won out and the council voted to revoke all liquor licenses in June 1904. With the ban, Darling reestablished the navy yard as a port of call. Saloons had begun to return to business within two years, however.

In 1908, the city library and Union High School were established to serve the educational needs of the 2,993 residents recorded in the 1910 U.S. Census. During World War I, submarine construction and the addition of a third drydock caused the shipyard's workforce to balloon to over 4,000 employees. Growth due to the war effort and the 1918 annexation of the city of Manette, east of Bremerton on the Port Washington Narrows, can be seen in the 1920 census, which reported a population of 8,918. Bremerton absorbed Charleston, its neighboring city to the south in 1927. Population reached 10,170 in 1930.

 

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