Here’s What To Expect During a Water Damage Remediation & Restoration Project

If you’ve had a burst pipe or flooding in your home or business location, a water damage remediation & restoration project may be necessary. Here’s what to expect from the process.

From the moment you discover water damage, speed is key to resolving the issue without lasting damage to your property. Your first step should be to prevent further leakage by shutting down your main water supply. Next, call your trusted water damage restoration experts. The sooner you hand over the situation to the pros, the sooner the cleanup process can begin.

Who to Call After Water Damage Is Found In Your Home or Business

It’s imperative that you call Complete Restoration Services FIRST before calling your insurance company. We will work directly with all homeowner’s insurance companies to resolve your issues. We ask that you call us first because oftentimes we can help resolve issues faster that could potentially prolong the process by calling your insurance company first.

Water Damage Inspection

Our water damage restoration expert will inspect the property to determine the work required. Not all water damage restoration projects were created equal. The work required will depend on factors such as how long the water has been leaking, how much water has escaped, and the extent and severity of the damage. Specialized moisture detection instruments are used to assess the damage and determine the next steps. Your water damage mitigation expert will outline the process in detail and keep you in the loop at every stage.

The Water Damage Remediation Work Begins

Getting the process completed quickly could require a team moving in immediately, so you may need to make accommodation arrangements. While the work takes place, Complete Restoration Services; your water damage restoration experts will stay in touch with you every step of the way until the work is complete.

Water Damage Extraction, Evaporation & Dehumidification

Getting rid of any stagnant water is a crucial stage in a water damage restoration project. This job is performed using high-powered vacuums, dehumidifiers and evaporation techniques. Your damage restoration company will make sure that while the property is drying out, the water is contained in the affected area and does not cause damage to the rest of your house.

The Water Damage Drying

Once all stagnant water has been removed, the area will be dried out using a variety of methods and equipment designed to circulate air through your home. Among the equipment used are dehumidifiers, heaters, high-velocity air movers and air filters. Not surprisingly, the drying process can be quite noisy, and can also make the environment uncomfortably hot. If power is lost at any point, don’t hesitate to call your damage restoration company and notify them immediately.

During the drying phase of the project, your restoration crew will periodically assess how the drying process is progressing and adjust the equipment if necessary.

Keeping You In The Loop

The water remediation & restoration drying process could take three to five days to complete. However, it drastically depends on the depth and severity of the water damage. Some drying times can last longer. During this time, you will hear from our team who are handling different aspects of the project. You can expect to be kept well informed at every step via communication channels that suit you, whether it’s via email, in-person visits or phone calls.

After The Water Damage Drying Process

When all the water has been removed and the affected area is dry, the water damage remediation project can then move into fixing any areas of your home or business that were destroyed due to the water damage. This is the process we call water damage restoration.

Water Damage Restoration

Any damage that was caused due to water and now needs to be fixed is called Water Damage Restoration. This is where our team will get your home or business looking back to normal. This includes but isn’t limited to fixing:

  • Flooring
  • Subflooring
  • DrywallCeilings
  • Ceilings
  • Foundation
  • Kitchen Islands
  • Bathroom Vanities
  • Bathroom Showers & Bathtubs
  • Interior and Exterior Doors & Doorframes
  • Personal Content
  • Broken Plumbing
  • Destroyed Electrical

Our mitigation expert will talk you through the work step-by-step and walk you through the whole process. Our quality control experts will verify & check that you are completely satisfied with your water damage restoration result.

Once you and our team have finalized all the details and your home or business looks better than it did before, our equipment will be removed and your life can go on as normal.

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