Water Damage Repair – Read More

<insert dedicated phone number>

  • Once we’ve secured the area, we’ll begin extracting water from your carpet, hardwood floors, tile floors etc. You can expect noise from our machines during this process.
  • While technicians work to remove the water, your Project Manager will take photos (a lot of photos) of the affected areas. This will help your insurance company understand the extent of the damage. He will also create a sketch or diagram of your home or business along with what’s called a “moisture map”. This map is based off of the moisture readings he took and will be given to your insurance company’s adjuster.
  • Your Project Manager is your key point of contact at. He’ll walk you through our contract, answer your questions, guide your technicians, and work with the adjuster assigned to your claim. Don’t forget: your Project Manager works for you. He’s there to help you through this.
  • Once excess water has been removed, your technicians will set up a few different types of equipment. This equipment is designed to dehumidify the air. Removing as much moisture as possible from the air is key to protect the walls, ceilings, flooring, fixtures, etc. of your home or office from further damage. You might find these machines to be noisy (like a loud hair dryer or fan). If you’re uncomfortable with this noise, talk to your Project Manager.
  • During business hours, you’ll need to call your insurance company and open a claim. Your Project Manager will be happy to help you with this process. Opening a claim should only take a few minutes. When your insurance company’s representative gives you your claim number, write this down. We’ll need it later.
  • Once the crew has removed water and any damaged building material, set up equipment, documented the damage that occurred, and tidied up after themselves, we’ll get out of your hair. In most cases, we’ll need to stop by each day to take new moisture readings and adjust our equipment. As soon as the moisture content in the air is at a reasonable level, our equipment can be removed.

<insert dedicated phone number>

If you need repairs to your home or office, your Project Manager will let you know. We’ve rebuilt thousands of kitchens, living rooms, bedrooms, commercial buildings — you name it — over the years. Our goal is to get your home back to normal (or your business open for business) as fast as humanly possible.