Our Story

Wake Forest is located just 90 miles outside North Carolina’s Research Triangle Park, named after the three prestigious universities of Duke, UNC-Chapel Hill, and North Carolina. Wake Forest is just 250 miles from Washington, DC, which makes it ideal for residents who want to have the benefits of city living and the leisurely lifestyle of the country. Additionally, The mountains are a three to four hour drive away, and the beach is a two-hour drive, which makes Wake Forest situated to take advantage of North Carolina’s most popular destinations.

Wake Forest provides access to athletic events at Wake Forest Unversity, North Carolina State University, Duke University, UNC-Chapel Hill, and Shaw University. Wake Forest also offers world-renowned golf courses like Pascal Golf Club and Heritage Golf Course.

Several popular destinations that reflect the local heritage of Wake Forest are Wake Forest Farmers Market, Hill Ridge Farms, White Street Brewing Co., and Horseshoe Farms.

Visitors to Wake Forest can also enjoy museums and galleries like the North Carolina Museum of Art, North Carolina Museum of History, North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, Little House Museum and Gallery, and Wake Forest Historical Museum.

Wake Forest’s many parks, like Falls Lake Trail, Falls Lake State Recreation Area, Mill Bridge Nature Park, River Bend Park, and Annie Louise Wilkerson, MD Nature Preserve, offer various outdoor activities ranging from mountain biking and lake fishing to camping and nature programs. Parks like Blue Jay Point County Park, E. Carroll Joyner Park, Green Hills County Park, Honeycutt Park, and Forest Ridge Park offer playgrounds, picnic tables, and pavillions for outside gatherings and group activities. 

The Downtown Wake Forest mall, the Triangle Town Center, and the Wake Forest Renaissance Centre are perfect locations for shopping and entertainment.

The Factory, Go Ape Zipline and Adventure Park, Fantasy Lake Adventure Park, which features scuba diving, the Haunted Forest at Panic Point, and Five County Stadium, home of the MiLB Carolina Mudcats, are ideal destinations for family-friendly activities.

Wake Forest is an area that needs a property damage restoration and remediation company that will be there when events occur that damage properties and disrupt lives. Restoring properties damaged by water or fire with integrity, honesty, and empathy and exceeding the customer’s expectations by providing them with the highest level of service is the goal of PuroClean of Wake Forest. PuroClean of Wake Forest is ready to serve the Wake Forest, Knightdale, Zebulon, and Rolesville areas whenever your property has a water or fire damage emergency.

Call PuroClean of Wake Forest today at (984) 401-2220. Our job is to make getting back to normal as stress-free as possible. 

Our Team

Quinnzel McMillian

Owner/Field Manager

Joined PuroClean in 2022

Quinnzel is a loving husband, father of two, and grandfather of two. He was born and raised in North Carolina and is a graduate of North Carolina State University with a degree in chemistry. In addition, he has over twenty years of sales and marketing experience in the pharmaceutical industry.


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IICRC Certified

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EPA Lead-Safe Certified

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