Water Damage FAQ
We have a large range of water restoration services to restore your business. property or home, along with your peace of mind. Our certified technicians are licensed and insured and we keep in close communication with you throughout the entire restoration process.
- Water Damage Restoration
- Drying, De-humidification, Water Extraction
- Document Drying and Recovery
- Building and Contents Cleaning
- Carpet, Rug and Upholstery Cleaning
- Mold Remediation
- Duct Cleaning
- Electronic Equipment Restoration
- Data and Document Recovery
- Biohazard Cleaning
You probably have several questions about how you move forward after this traumatic event. The choice you make of the company that will handle your particular water damage situation is very important, as you need to make sure the process is handled in a professional, efficient way or you could have a lot of long-term ramifications for you and your property.
How Do I Get a Water Damage Estimate?
We provide free estimates for all customers after our certified technicians have conducted a rigorous assessment of the property to determine the extent of the water damage. Our onsite crew member will be equipped to accurately assess the services that will be needed to keep any more water damage from happening, and, to minimize any water damage that took place during the emergency event. Once the assessment has been completed, we will provide an estimate for the entire scope of work that needs to be done to return your property to its previous original state.
Do We Test For Mold?
Yes, absolutely we test for mold. Mold can be very harmful, not only to the structural integrity of your property, but also can be very hazardous to the health of you and your family. Our technicians will conduct a thorough examination in the aftermath of your emergency water damage event to see if there is any mold present. If there is, we will include the cost of mold remediation into the free estimate.
Should I Call My Insurance Company Before Contacting A Water Damage Company?
Yes. Although, you are not required to use the water restoration company that your insurance provider recommends. You have the right to choose whichever restoration company you want. It is best to contact your insurance provider, and, speak with your agent regarding your policy and options before contacting us.
What Is A Deductible?
The deductible is the amount of you would owe to the restoration company you hire after your insurance company has paid their share (in accordance with your policy).
Contact us now and get the professional help you need today by calling (520) 762-4340.