Water Damage Repair Services
So, what are the benefits of our water damage repair services?
Benefit #1: We Focus On The Little Things
When most people think water damage they imagine a home covered from head to toe in several inches of water. Although this is occasionally the case, it’s quite “rare”.
Typically, most homeowners experience water damage that’s more in line with a leaky faucet, cracked tub, terrible thunderstorm the night before getting beneath your buildings foundation, and other ‘small, unnoticeable things’ that builds up over time before it’s too late to fix on your own.
Our process involves taking care of all the known and unknown details of the water damage accrued to rid you of the proper permanently and solutions to keep unwanted water from reoccurring.
Benefit #2: We Prevent Mold and Mildew Growth
Mold and mildew. It’s not only a pain to treat without professional tools, experience and knowledge, it causes incredible damage to your property while devaluing it significantly.
We’d argue its worse than dealing with a flooded home because atleast with water you can treat it easily and, so long as it’s not sewage water, can be removed and dried fairly quickly.
Mold and mildew is a different beast altogether. It has a life of its own and it doesn’t just remove itself. It must be FORCED out with specially made cleaners to eliminate the growing fungus. Even worst when it grows between wood floor boards and walls.
We take care of it all so you don’t have to.
Benefit #3: Rapid Restoration
Restoring your home itself is an incredibly exhausting, time consuming and expensive endeavor.
Even if you were to successfully remove water, moisture and mold from one area, in another adjacent area the damage could have increased three-fold.
The key to successful restoration is speed. Stopping moisture from going into your walls, floors and other supporting structures nearby maintains the strength of your property.
We take this work VERY seriously, especially if you have a family with children living in the home. We treat it as if it were our very own.