CRBR will set the pace for industry standards and customer service within the Cleaning and Restoration Industry. Our endless pursuit for excellence, both internally and externally, is deeply rooted in our company slogan, “Doing it Rite.” We will be the Top 1% in our industry through leadership, innovation, systems, process, customer service, and people. We invest in the community and understand the long-term approach to success.
RESPECT: Success through honoring ourselves & others
We embrace each individual’s unique talents and honor diverse life and work styles. We operate in the spirit of cooperation through open communication and value human dignity. Compassion, tempered with the will to succeed fuels our growth.
INTEGRITY: A foundation cemented in Doing it the “RITE” way
We conduct our business in accordance with the highest standards of professional behavior and ethics. We are transparent, honest, and ethical in all our interactions with employees, clients, customers, vendors, and partners. We are accountable for our actions which are conveyed in our commitment to our service. The Standards of Business Conduct are an extension of CRBR’s values and reflect our continued commitment to ethical business practices.
TEAMWORK: Promoting uniformity while inspiring individualism
Empowered employees collaborating to achieve a successful and favorable outcome. Focusing on an interactive, cooperative passion for the customer and the industry we serve. Together we accomplish more with our “get it done RITE” attitude. We define teamwork as the ability to work together towards a common vision. To direct individual accomplishments toward organizational objectives. It is the fuel that allows common people to obtain uncommon results.
EXCELLENCE: Delivering WOW through service
Our excellence is a direct reflection on how we conduct ourselves daily. Pushing the boundaries of customer service to exceed expectations, utilizing constructive input and humility, we strive for optimum performance; combining passion and professionalism to create stability through profit and growth. We will not rest on our accomplishments in our continuous quest to be the Top 1% in our industry.
1959 – Verne Andreasen began his commitment to serving the North Valley of California, buying then “Dura-clean” and changing the name to “Cleanrite.”
1984 – Verne’s son Danny J. Andreasen Sr. opened the Redding Branch, offering full-service cleaning, restoration & construction services, adding the “Buildrite” division to our company.
2007 – Yuba City Branch opened.
2009 – Sacramento Branch opened.
2013 – Cleanrite Buildrite rebranded as CRBR – Cleanrite Buildrite. CRBR also opened the Reno, NV Branch.
2020 – CRBR – Cleanrite Buildrite rebranded as CRBR: Property Damage Services – Restoration & Construction.
- Amdecon CTS Decon Specialist
- Amdecon Hoarding
- Amdecon Meth Lab Decontamination Training
- IICRC AMRT: Applied Microbial Remediation
- IICRC ASD: Applied Structural Drying
- IICRC CCMT: Commercial Carpet Maintenance
- IICRC CCT: Carpet Cleaning
- IICRC CDS: Commercial Drying
- IICRC CRT: Color Repair
- IICRC FCT: Floor Care
- IICRC FSRT: Fire and Smoke Restoration
- IICRC HCT: House Cleaning
- IICRC HST: Health and Safety
- IICRC LCT: Leather Cleaning
- IICRC OCT: Odor Control
- IICRC RCT: Rug Cleaning
- IICRC RFMT: Resilient Flooring Maintenance
- IICRC RRT: Carpet Repair and Reinstallation
- IICRC SMT: Stone, Masonry, and Ceramic Tile Cleaning
- IICRC TCST: Trauma and Crime Scene
- IICRC UFT: Upholstery Fabric Cleaning
- IICRC WRT: Water Restoration
- Matterport AIMC
- TOMI Steramist Certification
Associations for CRBR Chico
Chico Rotary – Chico Chamber of Commerce – Oroville Rotary – Oroville Chamber of Commerce – Paradise Ridge Chamber of Commerce – Gridley Area Chamber of Commerce – Gridley Rotary – North Valley Property Owners Association – Community Emergency Response Team – Business Network International (BNI)
CRBR has a strong belief that you must be involved and invested in the industry that serves you so well by being involved we gain knowledge, partnerships, and a sense of giving back that allows us to have a more global understanding of the industry we serve.
CRBR has been helping Northern California property owners for over 60 years. Our experience and reputation show that we have the knowledge and integrity to follow through on every cleaning and restoration project.
Our company is built on a foundation of qualified, bonded, and certified technicians who strive to create a positive customer experience with every opportunity. We value our reputation immensely, which is why we guarantee your satisfaction with all our services.
If you are not satisfied with our service, we will come back to your location at no charge to make things right. We will work with you until you are completely satisfied. Furthermore, our cleaning services are backed by a 30-day, money-back guarantee. If you are not satisfied or if our services do not meet reasonable expectations, we will come back and make things right or give a 100% refund of up to $500.00.
Our 60-years of service and satisfaction guarantee are just two of the reasons you can trust CRBR to get the job done right, every time.
Asbestos can be a very hazardous fiber when disturbed, especially in construction. Because of the potentially harmful nature, Cal/OSHA has strict requirements regarding its handling and removal. Cal/OSHA regulates all asbestos handling, regardless of the setting. Even small amounts removed by a homeowner are governed and must follow strict transportation and disposal requirements. Asbestos abatement or removal does not require an asbestos certification if the total area affected is less than 100 square feet; however, an uncertified contractor who removes Asbestos is subject to fines of up to $25,000 a day if the detailed regulations are ignored. (Asbestos in Construction Standard, Title 8 California Code of Regulations, section 1529). If you are renting the property, the owner must disclose to the tenant that Asbestos is present. The tenant can withhold rent or hold the Property owner responsible for health issues related to the Asbestos while living at the property. Another critical reason why you should have it done professionally to minimize your chances of exposure once disturbed. When you hire a licensed contractor, make sure the individual has all of the appropriate abatement tools, training, licensing, and certification necessary to comply with state law. Hence, you, your tenants, or employees are not inadvertently exposed to asbestos fibers. It is essential to have a certified contractor like CRBR handle any issues and give you options in situations that involve Asbestos for everyone’s safety.
Lead is a highly toxic metal that may cause a range of health problems, especially in young children. When Lead is absorbed into the body, it can damage the brain and other vital organs, like the kidneys, nerves, and blood. If your home was built pre-1978, it might have Lead-based paints present. Anytime you cut, sand, or disturb surfaces painted with lead paint, even if layers of newer paint cover the coating, you risk creating a hazardous lead dust environment. You can reduce the possibility of lead exposure by having a trained and certified lead abatement contractor to remove the Lead from the area. CRBR technicians have been trained in unique methods to minimize dust and clean up thoroughly to reduce the chance of lead contamination.
CRBR is an EPA Lead-Safe Certified Firm (NAT-30423-2) – https://www.epa.gov/lead
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