Water Damage Cleanup

Emergency Water Damage Cleanup Contractors

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If you are having flood or water damage issues on your property, you need a team of professionals to come and help you restore and rebuild your property, whether it is commercial or residential. It can be extremely devastating and stressful for any homeowner to go through, but it still needs to get taken care of. The first thing to do when you have experienced water damage on your property is to call your insurance company to make sure you are covered. From there, call a team of certified professionals to come help your repair and restore. It is always in your best interest to leave it to the professionals in this type of situation, because if you don’t have the experience and the proper tools, you may end up doing more harm than good. Also, professionals are trained in how to detect and deal with contaminants such as mold. Mold can begin to grow if the water problem is not taken care of in a timely manner. When the spores of black mold spread throughout a home there is an even larger issue to deal with, and that does not have to be something that can only happen after water damage has occurred.

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Hurricane Ian Disaster Response in Florida

The Restoration Pros are deploying extra resources into Florida to assist with cleanup and restoration service from Hurricane Ida. If you are a property owner in Clearwater, Fort Myers, Bradenton, Port Charlotte, or Lakeland, call our recovery hotline for priority service today.

Our team of professionals have received training in their craft through the IICRC, you can expect that when you call them in to clean up water damage they will follow your states regulations concerning their service. These regulations are there to help protect the health of everyone involved, and should not be overlooked when doing a water mitigation job. When hiring a professional you should always ask what regulations are involved in your situation. One of the most important goals when removing water from a home or basement is getting the floors dry so that rot does not set in. With the newer equipment in the industry, this should not be a problem unless an excessive amount of time has gone by. In the case that a long amount of time has gone on, there may be little to do to salvage your flooring.

During the process of water damage mitigation the professionals will first remove the water using specialized equipment and then will sanitize and deodorize the affected area. Then, they will go through the contents and determine what is salvageable and what is not. From there, they will take it to an offsite facility to have it dried, sanitized and deodorized. Depending on the condition of your items, it may take a few days for things like electronics, furniture and books to dry sufficiently enough to be returned to your for use again.

Key Markets we Service: Sterling Heights, Santa Clarita, Springfield, Peoria, Lancaster, Buffalo, Naperville, Killeen, Visalia, Boise, Norfolk, Reno, Tulsa, Rockford, Charlotte, Lansing, Memphis, Henderson, Lincoln, Washington, Atlanta, Aurora, Mesa, Cary, Seattle

If you are having any water damage issues, it is important to leave it to the professionals. With appropriate water damage mitigation service you will be able to avert any possibility that secondary damage may occur to the contents or your home or the structure.


  • FAQ on Water Damage

    How Can You Cleanup Water Damage on Your Own?

    Cleaning up water damage can be a difficult and time-consuming task. However, there are some things that you can do to clean up the damage and prevent further damage from occurring. The first thing that you need to do is to remove any wet items from the area. This includes carpeting, furniture, draperies, and anything else that is wet. Once you have removed these items, you need to dry the area as much as possible. You can use a wet/dry vacuum to remove the water from the area. You can also use fans to help dry the area. Once the area is dry, you need to disinfect it. This can be done by using a bleach solution or a disinfectant. Once the area is dry and disinfected, you need to repair any damage that has been done. This includes any holes in the walls or ceilings. You also need to repair any damaged flooring. If you have any questions about how to cleanup water damage, you should contact a professional. They will be able to give you more information and help you repair the damage.

    How fast does mold grow after a water leak?

    Under the right conditions, mold can grow within 24-48 hours. Factors that contribue to mold growth include the temperature of the area impacted by water damage and the types of materials that are saturated.

    What happens if you leave water damage?

    Leaving water damage untreated will cause it to spread, potentially damaging other areas of your home. Additionally, long-term exposure to water can lead to the growth of mold and mildew, which can cause serious health problems.

    What is the best way to dry out water damage?

    The first step is to remove the water source. If the water is coming from a leaky pipe, then you will need to fix the pipe. If the water is coming from a flood, then you will need to wait for the water to recede. Once the water source has been removed, you will need to dry out the area. This can be done with a wet/dry vacuum or by using fans and dehumidifiers. You will also need to remove any wet items from the area, such as carpeting, furniture, or clothing.

    How can you tell if a wall or ceiling has water damage

    You can tell if a wall or ceiling has water damage if it is sagging, discolored, or has water stains. A professional restoration contractor can use a moisture meter or infrared camera to detect wet spots and hidden water damage.