Flooding in your home can happen at any time, for a wide variety of reasons. Do you live in a flood zone? If your home is in a flood zone, you may be at an increased risk. No matter the cause, not properly dealing with water damage can leave lasting effects, which can ultimately impact the structural integrity and value of your home.
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Inspections & Assessments
We begin our process with a detailed inspection. We utilize moisture detection equipment, moisture meters, and other professional tools to assess the extent of the damage and where water has reached. In a flood situation, it is not uncommon for water to reach places beyond what you can see, so using this technology allows us to get the most accurate assessment of damage possible. We pay close attention and inspect for structural damage at this time to ensure the safety of all involved.
We also assess the contamination level of the floodwater, so we can ensure that we proceed with all necessary measures to protect the health and safety of all occupants. We go above and beyond required safety measures by wearing personal protective equipment and posting signs to prevent cross-contamination and slip and falls.
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Professionals You Can Trust
Floods typically result in standing water, which can be strenuous to remove without the proper equipment. Following our inspection and assessment, we use professional grade tools to extract the majority of water as quickly as possible. We prioritize water removal in our process in hopes of limiting damage, reducing humidity levels, and preventing mold growth.
Cleaning & Structural Drying
Depending on the cause of the damage, the level of contamination may require additional sanitation measures. We determine the level of contamination during our assessment process to ensure we go through every step needed to keep your family safe. We utilize 200-degree water to treat affected areas and, when necessary, an anti-microbial agent may be applied.
After cleaning your space, we begin the drying process. Our structural drying process is designed to remove moisture from your home and prevent further damage from mold or mildew. We use state-of-the-art equipment designed to remove all traces of remaining water from the area. Items such as drywall, insulation, and other non-restorable materials are removed to accelerate the drying process. During the drying process, we have a certified and trained estimator conduct routine inspections and provide you with documentation of moisture levels and other important factors.
At RestoreUnow, our experts follow a proven and certified process to assess the flood damage and get your structure returned to health as quickly as possible. We work tirelessly to first find the source of the flooding and determine the most effective plan of action for not only taking care of your current situation but help deter future problems as well. Once the root of the problem is addressed, we begin the removal, disinfectant, cleanup, and drying out cycles to get your spaces returned to the pre-flooding condition.
Finding Emergency Flood Restoration Service Experts Near You
No one wants to discover their home or business structures have suffered the immeasurable loss of flood damage, but if you find your environments underwater, you need to know where to turn – quickly. If your situation isn’t handled immediately and with proper protocol, you could be looking at some costly mistakes down the road that could cause not only financial stress, but health concerns and structural damage as well. In order to ensure you’re bringing in a qualified contractor to help handle your flood issues, here are a few things to keep in mind:
1. Immediate Action. One of the most important steps you can take when you discover a flooding issue, is taking immediate action. It may seem like a no-brainer but waiting to call in the professionals to curb the flooding and redact the situation is crucial to reducing damage to your structure and health.
2. Proven Remediation. Hiring a professional to come in and stop the flooding is only part of the equation. Make sure any remediation expert you hire has a proven remediation plan for your space to include a thorough inspection and removal of all unsalvageable items of the area as well as proper containment and disinfectant efforts following the removal and drying portion.
3. Estimates and Insurance. To further soften the financial blow a flood can cause, look for remediation contractors who offer free estimates after assessing the situation. You’ll also want to hire someone who is able to work with your homeowner’s insurance in order to help the cleanup process go as smoothly as possible.
Why Choose Our Flood Damage Abatement Service Specialists
Our cleanup crews are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, will be dispatched to assess your situation within an hour of your call, and offer free estimates for our proven remediation process. We also work hand-in-hand with all insurances to ensure your situation is handled as quickly and thoroughly as possible.