WATER & FLOOD RESTORATION

Water and flood restoration

Water damage is one of the most common disasters that any home can face. Whether it be from a leaking roof, backed up plumbing, broken pipes, or any other form of a natural disaster, water damage can cause problems with flooring, walls, upholstery, and even the structural integrity of a home. Unfortunately once water damage occurs, you should hire a professional restoration company to come out and pump all of the water out as soon as possible.

There are many factors that affect the expediency of any restoration job. The type of water is one of the most important. Water quality is usually evaluated in three tiers of classification, clean water that will not cause illness or disease being the first. This water strictly damages by being where it shouldn’t be, i.e, on your floors and walls. Most water will not stay this way for long, however, depending on where and how long it lingers. The second category is for water that can cause illness or disease, including water that may have been contaminated with urine and dishwasher or washing machine overflow. As with clean water, this condition can devolve if left untreated. Category three is water that can cause severe illness or death and includes water contaminated with feces, sewage, river runoff, and water with bacterial growth. This is obviously a very serious condition and though possible potentially anytime, can most often be seen after natural disasters like hurricanes and floods. Fortunately, most restoration companies work on an emergency 24-hour basis to assist in issues such as these.

Flooring can also be an issue with the severity of damage depending on whether it is a carpet or any other type of flooring that can get damaged easily with excess water issues. That it why it is a great idea to hire a restoration company that also works as a carpet cleaning company because they utilize most of the same equipment, however, a carpet cleaning company also carries the supplies with them that will deodorize and sanitize the carpet as well.

We will deploy a team of professionals to your home right away to survey the site. Using our years of experience and training combined with the latest technology and equipment, our dedicated response team will provide you a damage report, an accurate cost estimate, and a realistic schedule for completion.

As soon as you authorize your team to begin, they will begin restoring your home… so you can restore your life.Your response team will also determine if water has seeped into the walls and insulation, putting you at risk

FIRE & SMOKE DAMAGE RESTORATION

Smoke damage restoration

Fire damage restoration is a process that begins as soon as the authorities say the property is safe. Smoke is an acidic byproduct of fire capable of corroding and staining surfaces such as walls and counters. In some cases the steps taken to put out the blaze can cause more damage than the actual fire. This is why proper fire restoration deals with heat, smoke and water damage.

A smoke and fire damage restoration service provider will help to eradicate smoke odor. At the time of fire, easily the smoke can seep into walls & other hard surfaces. Smoke gets trapped, as the result one-witness foul smoke smell and if not treated it reoccurs again and again.

The professional consultant will do the thermal fogging to remove the smell completely from home. In this chemicals are used and the chemical fog is made to penetrate the walls (as it happened during fire). This will neutralize the smoke odor. Further they will remove smoke from ducts & might replace the attic insulation because insulation has the tendency to retain the smoke odor.

We even clean the soot from household items. This means removing the soot from antique items, furnishing fabric, clothes, textiles, etc. Utmost care is taken for restoring each and every item. Similarly, care is taken to choose the right equipment for cleaning soot.

In addition to this, soot stains from walls will be removed by them using chemical sponge. If you think that soot can be cleaned by yourself with help them paint thinner / rubbing alcohol, then be cautioned