Oregon Temporary Housing
We are able to deliver Oregon temporary housing units anywhere in the State of Oregon where we are able to set them up right on your property. This allows you the freedom to oversee reconstruction, take care of pets and livestock and just have the peace of being at your own place. Oregon temporary housing units are able to kept on property for a short amount of time or even up to two years or more. Here are some resources that are valuable for you in a natural disaster or emergency in the state of Oregon.
State of Oregon Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan this is a great resource if you find yourself in the middle of a natural disaster.
Repairing Your Flooded Home (FEMA)
Flood Insurance Claims Handbook (FEMA)
How to Report Flood Damage Great resource for all you Oregonians.
Great help for emergencies FEMA Substantial Improvement/Substantial Damage Desk Reference
Disaster Resistance & Resilience this is another great place for you Oregonians. You have a good system in place.
During a drought, rainfall levels or other precipitation types are lower than average for an extended period, resulting in an inadequate water supply. Learn more about droughts
Surviving an earthquake and reducing its health impact requires preparation, planning, and practice. Learning what actions to take can help you and your family stay safe and healthy in the event of an earthquake
A heat wave is an extended period of extreme heat, and is often accompanied by high humidity. These conditions can be dangerous and even life-threatening if you don’t take the proper precautions.
Floods are one of the most common hazards in the United States. Learn simple steps you can take today to protect the health and safety of you and your family.
Landslides can occur quickly, often with little notice. The best way to prepare is to stay informed about changes in and around your home that could signal a landslide is likely to occur.
Learn how you can protect yourself, your family and your property from the effects of a tsunami.
Wildfires occur every year in Oregon and create dangerous conditions for people, pets and property. Learn what you can do today be prepared.
Every fall and winter, windstorms cause extensive damage in the Pacific Northwest. By taking action now, you can save lives and reduce the damage from windstorms
Although periods of extreme cold cannot always be predicted far in advance, weather forecasts can sometimes provide you with several days’ notice. Learn what you can do in case of bad winter weather
We understand how insurance companies work (we have worked with them for years). We are able to work with any of their representatives such as agents or adjusters. Oregon temporary housing units are commonly used by them so we understand the paperwork and the rules that are needed to be followed.
Our Oregon temporary housing units sleep up to 8 but if you need more then that we are able to set up more units to accommodate any number of people needed. We have large and small units for any size property and we have units that allow pets inside and those that do not. All of our units are non smoking (no exceptions). Oregon temporary housing units are designed to give you freedom of choice as to where you want to stay and for how long. They are comfortable with couches, tables, chairs, bathrooms everything you might expect and then some. We are able to even add cable with any of our Oregon temporary housing units. Just let us know ahead of time.
Our goal in this time of your struggle is to make things a bit easier for you. One key way to do this is to provide a high quality, reliable place to lay your head down while you work through all the rest of your life you now need to rebuild.