Our Water Damage Restoration Process
One of our team members will perform a through inspection of the
affected area to determine whether you have a claim. In some cases, water
damage may be inside the ceiling, a wall, or underneath cabinets. For these
situations, we will use a moisture meter to determine whether excess moisture is
present and help determine the cause of loss to prevent the spread of damage
2. Debris removal
If your ceiling has collapsed due to water damage your home may
be filled with debris like drywall and insulation. Our team will remove any debris from
the affected area and help start to restore your home to its previous condition.
3. Water removal
We may use several tools to remove water from your home. This
can include industrial dehumidifiers, air scrubbers, and high-powered fans.
4. Dehumidifying and dry out
In most cases, we can dry out your home in 3-4 days. The number of devices will vary based on the square footage of your home and how many rooms are affected. In some cases where water is present behind a wall, we may place fans into a portion of the wall to dry it out. When the devices are removed from your home -- the water goes with it. Water will never be disposed of on your property.
5. Air and surface sanitizing
As we work to restore your home to its previous
condition, we may use air scrubbers to clean and sanitize the air in the room.
Pollutants in the water can create airborne mold which must be treated.
6. Restoration and repair
We will create a custom drying plan to restore your
home and get it ready for any necessary repairs. The drying machines will stay at
your home for 3-4 days and should remain on the entire time. When they're ready to
be picked up, our team will come back, retake moisture readings, pack up the
machines and leave. At this point, your home should be dry and ready for inspection.
Once you receive a payment from your insurance company you are free to make
whatever repairs you would like to return your home to its previous condition.