Whether it is caused by a sudden flood, a burst pipe or plumbing issue, water damage escalates quickly if not addressed. If not taken care of immediately, excess water can promote electrical hazards, cause expensive damage to home and furnishings, and also lead to mold growth.
In flooding, water typically spreads out and flows through the path of least resistance, especially toward substructures and lower floors. Porous materials whether wood, sheetrock or other building materials, will soak up the water, which can even travel upward. The resulting effects can include discoloration, swelling, broken adhesive bonds, delamination (flooring separation), warping and overall breakdown of building materials that make up your property. The more time that elapses before treatment, the greater the damage. Even if the water evaporates unassisted, it can cause damage to ceilings, walls, and contents.
One of the biggest problems with water disasters is the effect on carpets and floors. We will evaluate the carpeting, all other flooring, walls, ceilings, and cabinets.
A thorough examination using specialized moisture-detection meters, probes, and sensors to determine the extent of the damage. This enables us to form the most effective plan for returning your property to normal as quickly as possible.
Our qualified technicians have completed advanced training in water mitigation, dehumidification systems, mold remediation and corrosion control. They will aid you in understanding the process and begin the procedures to restore your property.