Our Story

The Bloomington-Normal area is a family-friendly and culturally rich community that prides itself on holding fast to the solid midwestern value of hospitality. The Bloomington-Normal area offers many historic sites and entertainment activities. The David Davis Mansion, McLean County Museum of History, Vrooman Mansion, Miller Park Zoo, Constitution Trail, Ewing Manor, and the Prairie Aviation Museum, Illinois State University and Illinois Wesleyan University call this area home.

With its rich history, the Bloomington-Normal area needs an experienced property damage restoration and remediation company. Puroclean of Bloomington intends to be ready to restore properties that have been damaged by water or fire with integrity, honesty, and compassion. 

Whenever a customer in the Bloomington, Normal, Pekin, or Peoria areas experiences a property damage emergency, Puroclean of Bloomington will be ready to get your home or business back to normal. 

Call Puroclean of Bloomington today at (309) 433-0900. 

A headshot photograph of Brian Towne, owner of the company

Our Team

A headshot photograph of Brian Towne, owner of the company

Brian Towne


Joined PuroClean in 2021

  • Marketing
  • Customer Service
  • Hiring
Brian manages the crews and the job sites provides estimates and maintains the company's equipment and inventory. The Puroclean of Bloomington team understands that a quick response and clear determination of the best course of action to resolve a property damage emergency can greatly decrease the stress that a customer can feel. Our team is on call day and night. We are ready 24/7 to meet your restoration needs.


We have been honored to receive the following awards and certifications:

IIRC Certified

IICRC Certified

EPA Lead-Safe Certified

EPA Lead-Safe Certified

Very professional. Punctual. Did mold inspection and removal. I’m very pleased with the results of their services. I would definitely recommend this business ????Thanks Brian!

Pekin Illinois

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