Flood / Water Damage Restoration

In flood damage restoration, time is of the essence. The longer water sits, the more likely it is to cause irreversible and devastating damage. Furthermore, flood water is often contaminated, requiring specialized cleaning and restoration protocols to mitigate the risk of contracting something that may be present in sewage.

This job requires a lot of skill, the right tools, and the utmost attention to detail to ensure that spaces damaged by water are completely clean and dry. Failure to complete flood damage restoration correctly can result in structural decay, mold growth, health hazards, and other issues.

From drying wall cavities to dealing with category 3 water loss restoration, glean helpful tips from restoration professionals to get these jobs done right:

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