When any amount of excess water enters your home, you may need the services of a certified restoration expert. You may be tempted to clean up a small area of water damage with the appliances you have on hand, but by doing this, you may inadvertently trigger a bigger restoration job due to improper cleaning techniques.
Handling Water Emergencies
To diminish the damage that water can cause, don’t delay your call to a cleanup specialist. After a water emergency, dangerous mold, mildew and bacteria can begin to develop in just 12 hours. In 48 hours, a major mold problem can occur.
Mold can be especially hazardous to the health of you and your home’s other residents. The fungus can develop almost anywhere in your home. It can even grow along the inside of your walls. If mold is not taken care of immediately, it may decrease the value of your home.
When your water soaked furniture and flooring areas receive fast treatment, they will be more likely to outlast a flooding incident. Quick notification allows us to get to the drying process right away to prevent the destruction of your home’s furnishings.
Dealing with Fire or Smoke Damage
Even a small fire may require professional treatment. Smoke can stain surfaces and cause corrosion. Furthermore, the action required to extinguish a fire generally results in extensive damage. Once your home is cleared by the fire department, our team will begin the job of restoring the damaged areas.
Call in the Experts
Be sure to call a certified restoration company to take care of damage caused by fire, smoke and water. Our professional crew will know how to handle your situation properly. In addition, most insurance companies cover the cost of the service.