Water damage can occur for a number of reasons, from severe storms and burst pipes to sewage backups and leaking appliances. Regardless of the source, water damage is something that needs to be addressed immediately. Water damage can have disastrous effects on your home such as sagging drywall, warping or rotting wood, bubbling or peeling paint, and ruined carpet. Depending on the source of the water, such damage can also lead to potential health hazards.

Because water damage is something that needs to be dealt with promptly, we start the cleaning process right away. We begin with water extraction, followed by the drying process. We use equipment that speeds up the drying process and minimizes further damage to your home or business. Throughout the drying process, our technicians will complete moisture readings daily, to ensure that this process is successful.

Who do I call first when I have water damage in my home?

A professional restoration company, suitable for drying out as well as preventing further damage to your home or business.

What effects can water damage have on my home or business?

Water damage can have disastrous effects on your home or business if not addressed promptly such as: sagging drywall, warping or rotting wood, bubbling or peeling paint, and ruined carpet. Depending on the source of the water, such damage can also lead to potential health hazards.

How long will it take to dry out my home or business?

The drying time will depend on a number of factors, such as location, source of the water, materials that have been saturated, and how quickly the drying process is started.

How will I know when my home or business is completely dry?

Throughout the drying process we will continue to test the environment to ensure that the steps we are taking are effectively drying your home or business, as well as to determine when the building is completely dry by taking moisture readings daily.

Can water damage lead to mold problems?

Yes. If water damage is not addressed immediately it can lead to the formation of mold.

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