Mold is a very dangerous problem that affects not only your property but your health, and needs to get taken care of as quickly as possible before it spreads. Let us stop the mold before it can damage you and your family’s health.
Fire and smoke damage restoration is a complex process that you should not attempt without the help of a professional. Our specialists can quickly and efficiently restore fire-damaged structures on your property.
Our area must always be prepared for the variety of damage that results from a storm, whether the storm is a devastating hurricane with torrential wind and rain or a simple rainstorm. We offer a range of disaster relief, cleanup, and restoration services.
Frequently Asked Questions
No, it is your choice which restoration company you use. Even if it is implied by your insurance adjuster, you get final say which company you want to restore your property to pre-damage state.
It depends. After we assess the damage, we can give you an accurate estimate of the cleanup time. The cleanup could take from just a few hours to several weeks. Some factors that can impact the length of restoration include:
- The type of damage you’ve suffered
- The size of your property
- The number of furnishings inside
- Any local infrastructure issues, such as downed power lines after a storm
Yes! We work with all adjusters and insurance providers. Our company will work closely with your insurance provider to ensure you get the settlement you need and repair work done as quickly as possible.
Firstly, contact a water damage restoration company as soon as possible. Don’t wait as water can cause mold and irremediable damage to the wood, walls, and carpet in your home. Afterwards, contact your insurance company to start the claim process. If safe, shut off the utilities in your home to avoid further damage. Don’t enter your home if it has suffered structural damage. Don’t walk through floodwater if electricity hasn’t been turned off and to avoid contaminants.
Homeowners insurance provides coverage for damage that is sudden and accidental (such as water heater ruptures or pipe bursts). However, flood damage, no matter the source of the water, is NOT covered by standard homeowners policies. Flooding can occur from storms, sewer backup, and overflowing rivers, ponds, lakes, and oceans. However, you can purchase flood insurance through the National Flood Insurance Program. Note that water damage that results from lack of maintenance is not covered on a standard homeowners insurance policy.
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