Water Damage Restoration
Water Damage Restoration For All Properties
At Restore All, we understand that your home, commercial property, or business is the most important investment in your life. If you have had water damage to your property, let our damage restoration specialists restore your property to its original condition.
Direct Insurance Billing Available
Our team will work with you and guide you through the process of utilizing your homeowners insurance coverage when available for damages caused by floods, fires, mold, and more.
We will prepare a free professional damage assessment and offer our customers safe and innovative solutions that follow all EPA, OSHA, IICRC S500 and IICRC R520 Standard procedures. If your property has flooded due to severe weather, broken pipes, poor drainage, clogged rain gutters and more, Restore All has the knowledge and skills to restore the damaged areas and thoroughly dry out your home or business.
We Work With the Following Types of Properties
- Retail Stores
- Apartment Complexes
- Industrial Properties
- And More
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What are the Common Causes of Water Damage?
There are many reasons water damage may occur in your living space.
- Burst water pipes and hoses
- Overflowing bathtubs and toilets
- Sewage backup
- Sump pump failure
- Water heater flood
- A/C Units
- Leaking from Garbage disposal
No matter how severe the problem, Restore All can repair the damage and get you back on your way to a safe and beautiful property. Restore All offers water damage repairs from pipe burst clean-up to flooded basement restoration. We pride ourselves on returning homeowners to their property after our expert flood damage clean-up.
What is Your Water Damage Restoration Process?
- Sign a Work Authorization Form
- Locate the water source
- Stop the water from causing more damage
- Begin the water to dry out
- Leave equipment to dry areas
- Monitor equipment every 24 hours
- Confirm that the affected areas are dry
- Sign a Completion Sheet
What Water Damage Services Do You Provide?
- Water damage clean-up
- Water damage repairs
- Water damage restoration
- Emergency restoration service
- Pipe burst clean-up
- Flood water extraction
- Flood damage clean-up
What Should I Do to Protect My Home During a Water Damage Emergency?
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- Determine If It’s Safe to Stay in The House
- Shut Off the Main Water Valve If Necessary
- Remove Excess Water by Blotting with Towels or Mopping
- Put Up a Barrier Between Wet Flooring and Furniture Legs (Plastic Tubs/Lids or Aluminum Foil)
- Remove Any Colored Items from Flooring (Magazines, Books, Rugs, Toys, Etc.)
- Don’t Turn on Household Appliances If Water Has Soaked the Walls or Come Through the Ceiling
- Use Fans to Get the Air Moving
- Remove Important Art of Family Heirlooms to A Dry Place
- Hang Wet Material in Dry Place So They Can Start to Dry
What are the common causes of water damage?
Water damage restoration is a crucial process that involves the repair and restoration of properties that have been affected by water damage. There are several common causes of water damage, including floods, burst pipes, leaking roofs, and plumbing issues. These unfortunate events can lead to significant damage to the structure of a building, as well as the belongings inside. It is important to address water damage promptly to prevent further deterioration and to minimize the risk of mold growth.
How can I prevent the growth of mold and bacteria after having water damage in my home or business?
Another treatment for water damage restoration is the removal and disposal of damaged materials. This may include carpets, drywall, insulation, and furniture that cannot be salvaged. Removing these materials is essential to prevent the growth of mold and bacteria, which can pose serious health risks. Once all damaged materials have been removed, the affected area can be thoroughly cleaned and sanitized to ensure that it is safe for occupancy.
How Long Will The Water Damage Restoration Take?
Not all water damage is alike so each project will vary. On average, water damage repair takes between 3 to 5 days.
Can water damage cause mold?
Mold thrives in moist environments. And leaving water damage unattended for more than 24 hours could be the ideal circumstances for mold growth.
Do I Have to Leave My Property During Restoration?
You can stay in your home or business if the restoration project doesn’t require reconstruction. On the other hand, equipment can be noisy and make the air unlivable because of the constant air movement.
Are There Chemicals Used That Could Be Harmful Pets or Children?
All our anti-microbials or biocides are rated safe for children or pets. If you have any concerns about toxicity, please speak to your account manager so they can provide you with Material Safety Data Sheets.
How is water damage treated?
One of the most common treatments for water damage restoration is the extraction of standing water. This involves the use of specialized equipment such as pumps and vacuums to remove the excess water from the affected area. The sooner the water is extracted, the better chances there are for salvaging materials and preventing further damage. After the water has been extracted, the next step is to dry out the affected area. This may involve the use of dehumidifiers, fans, and heaters to eliminate moisture and promote evaporation.
How can I prevent future water damage to my home or business?
In some cases, water damage restoration may also involve repairing or replacing damaged plumbing or roofing systems. This is necessary to prevent future water damage and to restore the functionality of the property. Additionally, it is important to address any underlying issues that may have caused the water damage, such as fixing leaky pipes or repairing a faulty roof.
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