Water Damage and Home Flooding Restoration

Water Damage Restoration for Louisville Kentucky KY

A flood or other cause of significant water leakage into a home can be just as devastating as a fire or storm.  In fact, many buildings and homes that suffer from a fire event will require water damage restoration services as soon as firefighters have put out the flames.  Depending on how quickly recovery efforts begin, it is possible to successfully protect what can be saved and start drying every aspect of the building to preserve the structural integrity from further degradation.

Just like any emergency situation that occurs, it is crucial to begin the clean up, salvage, and restoration efforts right away – including painting and drywall.

With experience in the building and construction industry, we have the ability to take on all aspects of any water damage restoration project.  As mold specialists, we have the unique understanding of the dangers involved in not addressing these issues as quickly as possible. That’s why our focus is on water removal, drying, dehumidifying, disinfecting, and deodorizing the entire building or home.

Doing it the right way now is key to avoiding a mold infestation caused by poor initial clean up from re-emerging in the future.

 

Common Questions:
Q. What should I do if I have a flooded basement?
A. Be aware that flood water can contain contaminants, viruses, bacteria, and gas. Also, water conducts electricity, which puts you at risk of getting electrocuted if there is any power running near the area. The safest thing you can do is contact a professional restoration company to help you in this situation.

Q. How do I know if all of the water has been removed?
A. Not all water is visible. Water damage can emerge from undetected areas like structural cavities. It’s very possible that water cannot even be detected without the use of equipment from a professional restoration company. We use moisture meters and infrared cameras to see behind any structures. Let us help you make sure.

Q. What impact will water damage have on my property value?
A. The longer you wait to respond to a water damage situation, the greater chance you will have of decreasing the property value of your home or building. To save as much value as possible, you must act quickly.

Water Restoration:
• Anti-Microbial Treatments
• Board-Ups
• Contents Drying & Cleaning
• Content Storage
• Debris Removal
• Demolition Services
• Odor Removal
• Reconstruction & Renovation
• Sewage Removal
• Structural Drying
• Temporary Power
• Water Extraction

Common Water Origins:
• Air Conditioners
• Basement Sump Pumps
• Bathroom Sinks
• Broken Pipes
• Clothes Washing Machines
• Dish Washing Machines
• Downspouts
• Flooded Rivers, Lakes, Streams
• Freezers
• Frozen Pipes
• Gutters
• Ice Dams
• Kitchen Sinks
• Leaking Foundation
• Plumbing
• Refrigerators
• Roofs
• Sewer Back Up
• Showers
• Storm Damage
• Sump Pump
• Wind Damage
• Toilets