Dealing with a disaster from a flood, storm, sewage, or pipe leak is an issue that can be overwhelming. It is extremely important to have professional water damage restoration specialists to help. When flooding occurs, it causes immediate damage to the property structure, but it can also cause long term damage as well such as mold and mildew.
Common causes of water damage:
Flooding, Hurricane, and Storms
Fire Suppression Systems
We can help you with:
Water extraction and removal
Drying of carpets, rugs, mats, floors, and walls
Dehumidifying the entire premises
Mildew treatment as part of water restoration
Garbage removal and disposal
Deodorizing and disinfecting
Walls, carpets, and furniture restored to pre-loss condition
Below is the list of typical water damage steps to resolve your solution.
Step 1: Inspection and Water Damage Assessment We will find the source - if not known, and ensure it is repaired before starting the drying process. We will check the water for any contamination. Once we identify the category and classification of the water, we restore your property safely to industry specifications.
Step 2: Water Removal and Extraction Our professionals will begin the removal process and remove the majority of the water. We will use dehumidifiers and air movers to remove the remaining dampness, and to complete the drying process. We will use moisture detectors, hygrometers and other meter measure to determine the extent of the moisture saturation. In addition, we will use our tools to find hidden water issues behind walls and ceilings to ensure the property is completely dried.
Step 3: Dehumidification and Drying To remove the moisture, we will manipulate temperature and relative humidity. Our specialized equipment, including industrial air movers and dehumidifiers, will be used to remove hard-to-access moisture and water retained by building materials.
Step 4: Cleaning and Sanitizing Besides taking care of your property's structure, we also clean your belongings - furniture, upholstery, clothing, and other restorable moisture spoiled personal items. Your property’s walls, floors, and other surfaces will likely need professional cleaning treatments. Water damage may require odor removal and deodoring treatments, since wet materials have an unpleasant odor.
Step 5: Restoration of Damaged Areas In order to get your home or business to pre-damage conditions, we may need to restore certain areas of the property. Restoration may involve minor repairs, such as replacing drywall, painting, and installing new carpet; or it may entail major repairs such as the reconstruction of various areas or rooms in a home or business.
For more information on mold remediation, please contact us.
When property damage occurs, immediate action is crucial.