Water Damage Restoration

Water damage restoration involves removal of all traces of moisture and restoration of your home or office, so it is back to its pre-damaged condition. Water damage restoration needs to be swift and effective because standing water can create the perfect environment for mold and bacteria growth. Exposure to a water-damaged environment can cause multiple health problems, including allergic reactions and more.

Water cleanup and damage restoration are not as simple as drying off or removing standing water. In a residential or commercial property that is in use, there are many porous materials that can absorb water, which seeps deep inside the surface. Therefore, no two restoration projects are alike. The level of restoration depends on the class and category of water destruction, types of materials inside the building, and how long the water has been left in the structure.

Depending on the extent of water damage, your project may require anything from simple drying and vacuuming to complete reconstruction. For example, materials like drywall, carpeting, and fiberfill insulation may be destroyed beyond repair and need removal. Even if porous materials appear to be dry, they can still harbor moisture leading to mold and bacteria growth and other significant problems.