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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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Covington Fire Damage Restoration

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

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

Insurance billing is not a problem Evergreen Restoration, Inc,. is staffed with skilled professionals who work with your Insurance Company and your Mortgage Company. Evergreen Restoration, Inc. will send a detailed estimate over to your Insurance Company and also work directly with your Mortgage Company. We send documents that need to be administrated in order to insure payment is processed and inspection are meet to be in compliance with your Mortgage Company and Insurance Company.

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

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

The area presently known as Covington was originally known as Jenkins Prairie. Between 1899 and 1900 the Northern Pacific Railway built a cut-off between Auburn, Washington and Kanaskat, Washington, improving the company's primary east-west route across Stampede Pass. Contrary to some sources, no railway personnel by the name of Covington were employed on this project. According to the NP's construction records at the University of Montana's K. Ross Toole Archives, the primary contractors were banker Horace C. Henry of Seattle, Washington, and long-time railroad contractor Nelson Bennett of Tacoma, Washington, the NP's prime contractor for Stampede Tunnel, which he completed in 1888. The project engineer in Auburn was George Allen Kyle. The NP's principal assistant engineer in Tacoma, overseeing both Kyle and Bennett's work, was Charles S. Bihler.

In 1900, during the building of the Palmer Cut-Off from Kanaskat to Auburn, the Northern Pacific installed at 2,850-foot passing track, a 700-foot loading track, a second class section house (which broke down to $1,000 for construction, $100 for an outhouse, and $50 for furnishings), a 24-man bunkhouse, a box tank and standpipe for watering steam locomotives at Covington. By 1908 the tiny village was home to the Covington Lumber Company, which had set up a mill capable of cutting 85,000 board feet of timber a day. No photograph is known to exist of the station at this site, apparently built after the cut-off construction. It operated on and off until the Great Depression and was removed in 1941.

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