Our Water Restoration Services
The IICRC recommends you do not attempt to treat the water damage yourself, but hire a certified water restoration firm that employs professionals trained to assess and repair damage caused by the water. They can also locate hidden damage to ceilings, walls and contents caused by moisture in structural components.
- Broken Pipes
- Roof Leaks
- Sewer Backups
- Washing Machine Malfunction
- Cleaning/Drying Carpets
- Cleaning/Drying Floors
- Cleaning/Drying Walls
- Cleaning/Drying Ceilings
- Odor Removal
- Mold Prevention
After the Water Recedes
As the result of a recent flooding disaster or a broken pipe, your home or business may look like a river ran through it. Your carpet, hard flooring, upholstery and structural components appear to be ruined. Restoring your home after a water damage can be a challenge.
The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) suggests taking the following initial steps to restore your home:
- Stay away from contaminated water or electrical hazards.
- If safe to do so, turn off circuit breakers supplying electricity to the wet area and unplug and remove small appliances from wet rooms.
- Move furniture or raise on blocks to prevent moisture absorption and staining.