Water RestorationWhen a water loss hits, the damage happens in a flash. Water pouring out of a broken water pipe or busted hot water tank can fill up your property in minutes. Our project managers and staff are on-call 24/7 and ready to respond at a moments notice. We show up with our fleet fully equipped and ready to dry so that we can get you back to your normal life as quickly as possible.
Water can also carry contaminants. We test and treat with anti-microbial treatments if necessary. Improper contaminant removal can lead to bacterial growth that can be hazardous to your health. Areas besides the obvious flooded surfaces may create trapped pockets of moisture. If not dried thoroughly these areas will grow problem mold and cause an unpleasant odor. Mold growth can also seriously effect your health.
Sewage intrusion is a serious matter and can be harmful and dangerous to you health! Please contact a professional as soon as possible if you have sewage flooding. Our staff is trained and certified on all proper safety and regulations regarding such losses.
Water Restoration Services
- Inspect and Assess your Loss
- Seal off the Area from the Rest of the Property if Necessary
- Arrange for Necessary Plumbing/Roofing/Water Source Repairs
- Test Surface Areas and Hidden Areas Such as Wall Cavities and Insulation for Contamination
- Remove Debris
- Remove Contents for Cleaning and Drying
- Clean, Deodorize and Disinfect Jewelry, Photos, Heirlooms, Electronics, Mementos, Artwork, Antiques, etc
- Store Contents until Repairs and Drying are Completed
- Extract Excess Water
- Dry the Room(s) With Special, State-of-the-Art Air Movement Equipment and/or Dehumidifying Equipment.
- Monitor Walls and Floors Regularly Until They Are Dried to a Normal Moisture Level
- Test and Clean Duct Work
- Dry Clean all Fabrics/Textiles/Drapes/etc
- Clean and/or Replace Carpeting and Carpet Pads
- Repair and Refinish Hardwood Floors
- Clean and Deodorize Structure
- HEPA Vacuum all Surfaces
- Return All Contents to their Rightful Place
- Directly Bill Your Insurance Company
- Work Directly with Your Adjuster to Agree on Scope of Loss