About Vision Restoration LLC

by Tyson Fagan (Owner)oct 27th, 2020

Starting a restoration business in 2020 has not been the easiest task anyone has set out to accomplish. When I decided I was going to take the leap into running a business in late 2019, I had no idea what was in store for me. Through ups and downs, we have been persistent in the growth of what I hope to be one day, one of the best restoration company’s in the pacific northwest.

A little about me, I am a 33-year-old entrepreneur who was jumping around from industry to industry trying to find something that I enjoyed doing that could support a family. I stumbled onto restoration in 2014 as an entry level technician. I had little construction experience when I began. For the next several months I was traversing tight crawlspaces and flooded basements, helping people get their homes back to normal. After doing several jobs, I really started to understand that this kind of work was like nothing I have ever done before. I was beginning to see people having one of the worst days of their lives, instead of just another job to do. Through completing these jobs, I began to see the impact we were having on these people’s lives and I was hooked.

What we do

Sometimes the restoration industry can produce very intensive situations that require the utmost care and concern. Be it, the loss effected irreplaceable heirlooms, or there is a unique living situation that needs accommodation, or just obstacles in general. We are trained and ready to tackle anything we encounter. Partly through training classes and partly because we have experienced many unique situations. We do our very best to accommodate every situation and make the transition from disaster to rebuild as seamless and as easy as possible.

Having a water loss or a fire does happen unfortunately, we hope we get the opportunity to serve you and help you get one of your most valuable assets back to normal, quickly, safely, and as easy as possible.

We are licensed, bonded, and insured. Check us out on the Oregon CCB Website. CCB#230936