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1350 Industrial Rd
West Kelowna, BC
Canada

(250) 862-3500

Winmar Property Restoration has, since 2007, provided emergency disaster recovery and restoration services in Kelowna and the Okanagan for residential, commercial and industrial buildings damaged by fire, water, wind, flooding or vandalism whether caused by natural, accidental or criminal occurrences. Our 24/7 service guarantees you will see our team on the job immediately upon receipt of your request. We understand that Emergency Services requires an urgent response.

Wimar Property Restoration is your One-Stop Solution for reliable recovery and restoration of property that has suffered water, wind or fire damage caused by natural, accidental or criminal activity. We work very closely with your insurance company to minimize disruption to your lives while providing you with responsible and considerate attention to the smallest details. While we are restoring the premises, our technicians will be working diligently to restore personal effects completely using our state-of-the-art equipment to clean, disinfect and freshen nearly all the possessions including everything from shoes to pillows and from ice skates to tents and we'll store them all in our secure storage facility until the structure is ready to move back in.

Our years of experience in helping families cope with the traumatic effects of a catastrophic disaster have provided us with the knowledge and compassion necessary to help restore order in times of chaos and to get you back in your home as quickly, and with as little disruption, as possible.

We are on-call and ready to respond to any emergency 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Building Resilience into our Community

Kelowna Restoration Blog

Check out our blog for valuable advice about the restoration process, practical field restoration techniques, technical process information about insurance claims & more.

Building Resilience into our Community

Jay Rhode

As we head into a heat wave under smokey sky's still reeling from the impact of our flood season, there is no denying we can feel the impact of climate change in our community.  It affects almost every aspect of our lives from agriculture and property to health and daily activity's.

According to the Insurance Bureau of Canada the tally for catastrophic insurable losses in the property and casualty insurance sector from January to May 2018 exceeded $800 million. It is new statistics such as these that remind us we need to stay informed and build resilience to these imminent changes. By understanding and preparing for climate impacts we can reduce the risk. 

Stay informed, knowledge is power. Insure you are properly covered. Understanding your home owner policy and addressing any questions you may have with your insurance provider prior to a loss.  Integrate new seasonal practices into your routine to protect your property.  Build more resilient homes in our community. These are a few of the steps we can take to prevent costly damage to our propertys while together we work towards building a resilient community. 

For further information on 20 best practices for mitigating damage caused by flooding in new residential communities visit; 

https://canada.constructconnect.com/dcn/news/infrastructure/2018/07/quick-uptake-communities-flood-mitigation-report