Locations We Serve in the Bucks County Area
Damage Restoration in Bucks County
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Our certified experts use state-of-the-art equipment and strict standards to ensure every job is done correctly and in a timely manner. If you live in Bucks County and need our help, we’re ready and willing to service you today!
Levittown is by far the largest neighborhood in Bucks County with a population of just under 53,000 residents. It’s located to the east of Van Sciver Lake and north of the Delaware River.
Croydon is nestled in the corner where the Neshaminy Creek meets the Delaware River. It has a population of 10,000 people and has easy access to the Burlington-Bristol Bridge.
Bristol sits along the Delaware River and is located north of Burlington Island and south of Silver Lake. It’s one of the most historic neighborhoods in Pennsylvania, dating back to 1681.
Quakertown is bordered by West End Blvd. to the west, Tohickon Creek to the east, Beaver Run to the south, and Cemetery Rd. to the north. It has a population of just under 9,000 people.
Morrisville is a small borough that’s home to 8,700 people. It sits on the Delaware River and is bordered by Trenton Ave. to the north, Post Rd. to the south, and Pine Grove Rd. to the west.
In 1988, The Great Perkasie Fire burned down nearly 15% of the town and despite losing a wide range of historical buildings in the process, Perkasie has since recovered well.
Fairless Hills is located northwest of Levittown and was established in 1951 thanks to a $50 million loan by U.S. Steel. It was named after their president at the time, Benjamin Fairless.
Located at the heart of Bucks County and serving as the County Seat, Doylestown is a beautiful family-oriented borough nestled away where Route 202 and the Doylestown Bypass collide.
Richboro is a friendly and welcoming neighborhood located west of Tyler State Park and Bucks County Community College. The CDP has a small population of just over 6,500 residents.
Telford, which is officially part of both Bucks County and Montgomery County, has a population under 5,000 people. It’s located east of Indian Valley and west of the Sellersville Bypass.
Located in the heart of Sellersville is the beautiful Lake Lenape Park, which offers everything from fishing to sports, trails, an 18-hole disc golf course, and plenty of green space for the kids.
Churchville is a small neighborhood located north of Springfield Lake. It has a small population of just over 4,000 people, but is touted as one of the best places to live in all of Bucks County.
Warminster Heights, home of Szymanek Park and Warminster Heights Lacey Park, is bounded by E Street Rd. to the northeast, County Line Rd. to the southwest, Jacksonville Rd. to the west, and Newtown Rd. to the east.
Chalfont is a small neighborhood in Bucks County that sees Neshaminy Creek break off into the North Branch and West Branch. There’s no shortage of parks to visit in the borough of Chalfont.