Water Damage Restoration
Water damage can occur in any home. The primary causes arise from broken water supply lines; tub or sink overflows; toilet back-flows, overflows, and broken tanks; appliance malfunctions involving water supply lines and overflows; broken fish tanks; punctured water beds; excessive rain or melting ice and snow; rising ground water and surface water from rivers and streams, as well as many other causes. In many cases flood damage can be completely dry within 3 days. We pride ourselves in our quick dry times so our customers can enjoy the comfort of their homes
If this has happened to you...
- Use fans to circulate the air if no visual mold is present and the source is from a fresh water line.
- Try mopping and blotting the area to remove as much water as possible.
- Wipe all furniture dry.
- Move any area rugs or floor coverings to a dry location.
- Place small wood blocks under furniture legs to avoid wicking.
- Move any paintings, art decor, and wall hangings to an unaffected dry area.
- If the damage occurs in the winter, leave the heater on. If the damage occurs in the summer, leave the air conditioner on to enhance the drying process.
What not to do?
- Do not go into a room with standing water if the electricity is still on!
- Do not use appliances in the affected areas.