We Love Our Community! We are located south of downtown Oklahoma City in Norman, Oklahoma. Norman is one of the best places to live in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area. Norman is a suburb of Oklahoma City with a population of 122,837. Norman is in Cleveland County and one of the best places to live in the state. Norman is a distinctly suburban community with many things to do and places to visit. Among Norman’s outdoor recreation areas are Reaves Park, Andrews Park, John H. Saxon Park, Lions Park, Cleveland County Fairgrounds, and Calypso Cove Marina. These parks offer access to activities like hiking, biking, walking, running, and cycling. Norman is also the home to the University of Oklahoma and its successful athletic program. OU has beautiful sporting facilities and fields rich in histories like Marita Hynes Field, Owen Field, and the Lloyd Noble Center. Norman also has many cultural and historic offerings such as the Catlett Music Center, the Elsie C. Brackett Theater, the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, Firehouse Art Center, and the Jacobson House Native Art Center. Norman offers shopping venues like Sooner Mall and Brookhaven Village, as well as entertainment destinations like Riverwind Casino and Thunderbird Casino.

Providing Norman, OK and Nearby Communities With Emergency Restoration Services

Norman, OK, needs an experienced property damage restoration and remediation company. PuroClean of Norman is ready to restore properties that have been damaged by water or fire by providing the high-quality service that our customers deserve. PuroClean of Norman is here to get your home or business back to normal as quickly as possible whenever you experience a property damage emergency. We offer local, reliable and fast property damage restoration services serving Norman, Newcastle, and the surrounding Oklahoma City metro area. Call PuroClean of Norman today at (405) 292-4800.

Our Team

Joe Fugate


Joe is a happily married father of four. Born and raised in Norman, Oklahoma, Joe served in the United States Air Force. After six years of service in the armed forces, Joe apprenticed in the HVAC trade and went on to build his own HVAC business. Joe enjoys archery, remodeling homes, reading, and traveling. Joe manages the crews and the job sites, provides estimates, and maintains the company's equipment and inventory.

Melody W.

Office Manager

Joined PuroClean in 2022

Melody Williams is the Office Manager at PuroClean of Norman. Melody has worked in the mitigation/restoration business for a little over five years now. She enjoys this field of work because she's able to help people through difficult times. Prior to this, Melody had worked in the legal industry. Melody is married with three kids and has a Bachelor's in Business from Hillsdale FWB College. Outside of work, Melody enjoys spending time with her friends and family.

Bill F.

Production Manager

Joined PuroClean in 2022

Born and raised in Oklahoma City, Bill is married and has two children. He has a background in field service and facility maintenance. In his free time, he enjoys building custom firearms and reloading.

Christina G.


Joined PuroClean in 2022

Christina was born and raised in a small town in eastern Oklahoma County. She is a mother of four and loves spending time with family and friends, being outdoors, and traveling. In the past, she has owned and operated a successful cleaning business and understands the importance of marketing.


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

IIRC Certified

IICRC Certified

EPA Lead-Safe Certified

EPA Lead-Safe Certified

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