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When the unthinkable happens, you need to call someone you trust. We're here, just like good friends, to help you put the pieces of your home, and your life, back together after a disaster.


We can tell you about our state-of-the-art equipment, comprehensive training and certifications, fast response time, professional technicians, competitive pricing, 24/7 emergency services, and proven processes. And we will… but what makes us really stick out is that we care. Our team of compassionate and thoughtful professionals will not rest comfortably until you can. At Buffalo Restoration, it’s not just about fixing a problem, it's about making it feel like home again.

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  • 25th Anniversary

    This year marks the 25th Anniversary for Buffalo Restoration, Inc.  Ben Yanker, founder of Buffalo, and his wife Gail, saw a need for a restoration company in the community in the early nineties.  The Yankers bootstrapped the business out of their home.  Today, Buffalo is the premier disaster restoration company in Southwest Montana.  Buffalo offers a wide range of services from water extraction, fire and smoke restoration, contents cleaning, duct cleaning, mold remediation, ...

  • Ice Dams

    Ice Dams can cause water to leak into the attic and living areas of your home or business.  Ice dams form when heat from the interior of a roof warms snow on the outside of the roof.  The snow runs down the roof and then turns to ice as the lower part of the roof cools.  It then refreezes causing a "dam."  Once the ice dam is created any additional water is forced up and under the shingles leading to water damage inside the building. To avoid ice dams be sure to have proper i...


    Frozen pipes can lead to messy clean up and unexpected bills.  Being prepared my help you to avoid the unexpected disaster.  Understanding how pipes freeze will help you better prepare to avoid a water loss due to frozen pipes. Water expands as it freezes.  When the expansion takes place, it puts pressure on the pipe, whether the pipe is metal or plastic.  Expanding water can then cause the pipe to break.  Pipes most likely to break are those that are exposed to severe c...

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