From heavy rains, to frozen pipes, broken water heaters or backed up toilets we restore all flood disasters. Immediate response is a key factor when responding to a flood, not only to remedy the situation as quickly as possible, but to also prevent further damage which can cost thousands of dollars more.
If you do get a flood there are a few steps that should be done immediately, especially to insure everyone’s safety. First, make sure the water is turned off at the main source and turn off the electricity. Once this is done, contact a certified firm, such as us, to respond as soon as possible. Next, contact your insurance company to notify them of the situation. If the flood source is dirty or contaminated water, be sure to alert the technicians so that all precautions can be taken to prevent further contamination.
Prolonged water damage can result in microbial growth, or commonly known as mold and mildew. If left untreated mold can cause damage to building materials, lower your home’s air quality and possibly irritate health issues such as asthma and allergies. Mold remediation should be assessed and cleaned by an IICRC certified firm.
Our customer’s health and happiness is important to us. We work to rectify your water damage situation to insure you are able to enjoy your safe and healthy home as soon as possible.