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Water Damage Restoration
Water is essential to your every day life. Roughly 70% of the Earth's surface is covered with it!
We all know that water is important; but, we must also acknowledge that it can be very deadly when not properly managed.
Unwelcome water damage can destroy property, can become a breeding ground for harmful pathogens, and can become deadly.
Every one of our water damage restoration projects starts with a thorough assessment. To properly fix the problem, we need to first understand the extent of the damage.
We will thoroughly look through your entire property and accurately identify the affected areas.
All of our findings throughout the assessment phase will be carefully documented.
Once documented, we can start the drying process.
The answer to that is, it depends.
The extent and size of the water damaged areas will effect how long it takes for them to dry.
Obviously a larger area will take longer to dry than a smaller area.
You should see significant progress in the first 24 hours. If materials aren't drying effectively in the first 24 hours, there is always the chance that they won't dry properly and may need to be removed.
Once areas have been properly dried and (if necessary) removed, those affected areas need to be properly repaired.
When we repair water damage for our clients, we always strive to have the effected areas turn out as nice (if not nicer!) than they were before the water damage occurred.
The need for water damage restoration can occur for a variety of reasons.
The most commonly occurring instances of water damage are when pipes or water connections to appliances burst. Oftentimes these issues can arise without warning, and they can cause significant damage in a short amount of time.
Water damage issues can also occur from more natural causes.
In the winter, freezing temperatures can cause pipes to burst resulting in water leaks.
In the spring, the combination of seasonally high rainfall and warm weather (causing increases in melted snowpack and runoff) and can cause rivers to rise above normal levels. At the extreme, the rivers can reach flood stage, flooding neighbors, and causing water damage in crawl spaces and basements.