Water Damage Restoration
The Process of Water Damage Restoraion
Whether it’s a flood, leaky plumbing, or a major storm, water can do significant damage to your home and property. After the water has receded, you need to contact us for water damage restoration so we can help you get your home back to normal. When you use a water damage repair service, what happens during the process? Read on for some information about how water damage restoration works to get your life back on track.
Your property will need to be inspected and assessed for water damage. Notes will be taken to record areas where the damage has occurred and what type of water damage repair will need to be made. As a customer, you should take clear photos of all of your damaged property and belongings, so you have this information for your insurance company.
Next, our team will remove or extract the water from your home using powerful vacuums and pumps. This is usually done as soon as possible to prevent mold and further damage.
After the water is removed, your home will be dried and dehumidified with special equipment that makes sure all of the moisture is dry, even in cracks and crevices.
Your clothing, furniture, and other belongings will either be discarded or professionally cleaned depending on their condition. Some items may be saved, while others will need to be replaced by your insurance company. Anything that remains will be sanitized and deodorized so that it’s safe to use again.
Finally, the water damage restoration process begins. The goal is to restore everything back to the condition it was before the water damage occurred. It may involve replacing flooring and drywall or doing major construction depending on the extent of the damage. Whatever is needed, we will make sure that your home and property are restored the right way so you can get back to enjoying your home.