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Water Restoration Company

Our Residential & Commercial Services Include:
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Mitigation Services

• Water Removal & Water Repairs
Basement Water Removal
• Anti-Microbial Treatments
• Carpet Cleaning, Stretching and Repair
• Carpet & Structural Dryout
• Hardwood Floor Restoration
• Mold / Sewage / Fire Remediation
• Contents Recovery
• Complete Remodeling Services

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Water Damage Restoration Services

• All Types of Flooring Replacement
• Sheetrock Repair & Replacement
• Professional Painting Services
• Sump Pump Failures
• Sink / Tub / Toilet Overflows
• Sewer / Septic Backups
• Sprinkler System Floods
• Washing Machine Leaks & More

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Restoration Procedures

Category 1 (Clean Water)

A Category 1 water intrusions (basement water) is the result of compromised sanitary water supply lines. In order for a situation to remain a Category 1, water must not have sat in a structure for more than 72 hours, and materials affected must be clean and well maintained. Odors indicate that the cleanliness of the water is not Category 1.

1 – Determine wet areas

2 – Extract wet areas

3 – Apply anti-microbial

4 – Install drying equipment

5 – Restretch carpet

6 – Steam clean carpet


Category 2 (Toilet Overflows, Washer Leaks, Water Entering from Below Grade)

Water that contains a significant degree of chemical, biological and/or physical contamination is said to be Category 2. In order to remain a Category 2 (basement water), water must not be allowed to dwell in the structure for extended time. If the water source was originally Category 1, the water will degrade to Category 2 after 72 hours. When water is a Category 2, it will continue to degrade and become a Category 3 after 48 hours.

1 – Determine wet areas

2 – Extract wet areas (water in basement)

3 – Remove damaged pad

4 – Apply anti-microbial

5 – Install drying equipment

6 – Replace pad

7 – Restretch carpet

8 – Steam clean carpet


Category 3 (Sewer Backup, Flood Waters)

When water intrusion results from a grossly unsanitary source, carries disease causing agents, or when water (basement water) has dwelled in a structure for more than 120 hours, it is said to be Category 3. Regardless of the initial source, water can be deemed Category 3 if it is allowed to dwell in the structure for five days. Removal of all highly porous materials and thorough cleaning or surfaces to be restored is required.

1 – Apply biocide

2 – Extract wet areas

3 – Dispose of damaged carpet & pad

4 – Steam extract floor

5 – Re-apply biocide

6 – Install drying equipment


Specialty Drying:
Hardwood Floors

1 – Determine wet areas with meter/thermal camera

2 – Install hardwood drying system

3 – Extract wet areas

4 – Run drying system until completely dry


Walls

1 – Determine wet areas

2 – Install wall injection drying system


Cabinets

1 – Determine wet areas

2 – Install injection drying system


Carpet & Pad

1 – Determine wet areas

2 – Install thermal drying system ( Used also for wood floors & difficult drying situations)


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