Restoration, Carpet, Upholstery, Air Duct Cleaning in Emblem, WY

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Owning a home or business property is a big investment. That’s why when catastrophe strikes, it can lead not just to huge property losses and financial difficulties, it can also leave people traumatized and feeling hopeless. Thankfully, Varney Clean Care can offer immediate relief from structural damage caused by fire, water, storm, and other types of disasters.

Professional restoration and cleaning services in Emblem, WY

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Our company has been in business since the 1980s. For many years, we have been the service provider of choice in the state of Wyoming’s Big Horn County when it comes to the remediation of disaster damage and quick restoration and reconstruction of destroyed properties and personal belongings.

Varney Clean Care specializes in fire, water, and storm damage restoration services, in addition to providing a wide variety of home improvement and cleaning services, including carpet cleaning, oriental rug cleaning, upholstery cleaning, tile and grout cleaning, air duct cleaningcrawl space encapsulation, and the provision of temporary portable heating equipment.

If you need immediate help, don’t worry. We can deploy our emergency response team 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, allowing you to quickly address your disaster situation so you can get your life back to normal in no time.

If you live in Emblem, Wyoming, and are in need of our professional services, please don’t hesitate to call us at 307-347-6161. You may also get in touch with us by sending us a message through our contact page.

Learn about Emblem, WY

Emblem is an unincorporated community in Big Horn County, Wyoming. The town, which has its own post office and zip code, has an official population of 10, although more than a hundred residents also live in outlying areas.

The community was founded in 1896, when the Big Horn Basin Development Company first irrigated the benchland. The area where Emblem now stands was once called Germania Bench because German Lutherans were among the first people to settle there. As a reaction to Germany’s involvement in World War I, residents from surrounding towns asked the community’s inhabitants to change the name to something patriotic, a name that would become an “emblem of liberty.” Thus, the new name, “Emblem,” was chosen.