Water Damage Restoration Process
Water damage in the home higher than a few inches can damage the appliances. Furnaces, washers, dryers, and even water heaters are susceptible to moisture. For example, the insulation in the jacket around your water heater will pull moisture up a few feet above the waterline in the basement. This moisture will mold, which is never good. The same goes for the insulation in the walls of finished basements. If the insulation gets wet it has to go, if it does not, mold will soon follow.
Step 1: Determine Insurance Coverage
Call your insurance company and determine whether your insurance policy covers the repair of the damages. We know what insurance adjusters are looking for and will provide the proof needed to show maximum damage.
Step 2: Water Damage Restoration Cleanup & Repair
We like to get our specialty cleaning crew on the job as soon as possible. We find that the sooner we are able to clean up, the more we are able to salvage for the homeowner. Our licensed and bonded clean-up crews work quickly and tirelessly to remove the water while protecting everything of value. We then repair all damaged walls, ceilings, and floors. We are there for you from beginning to end with excellent communication and 20 years of experience through every step of the way.
Step 3: Water Damage Renovation & Remodeling
After the clean-up & restoration, our crew will get started remodeling and finishing the restored area. Often, water damage happens in the basement or bathroom. We work with you to choose and order any materials we need in step 2 of this process so when we get to this step we have all we need. Our knowledgeable General Contractor Peter has over 20 years experience in the field and expertly coordinates our contractors for consistent successful restorations and renovations. Our priority is safety for our clients and doing the job right the first time.