Flood Damage Temecula
Recover from any flood with 24/7 emergency restoration service
Most of us don’t tend to think about what we do in the case of a natural disaster. However, after a disaster has occurred, the list of things that need to be done to recover can be overwhelming. When severe water damage has been done to your home, where do you start? How can you be sure that you haven’t missed anything? When your home has been affected by flooding and water damage, it’s time to call a professional.
Why Call in the Pros?
Flood restoration Temecula may seem daunting, but a professional will be able to get your home back into shape. The first thing to do when dealing with severe water damage is to stay calm and call for help. A professional can come to your home and assess the damage to determine the plan of action.
When a home is subjected to a great amount of water damage, the damage will most likely be more than just surface level. While you’re first thought may be to simply remove the water then replace carpet and furniture, there are underlying issues that should be resolved first. That’s where a professional comes in.
Call us now at (951) 977-4580 to schedule an appointment for any type of flood restoration service.
Why Use Us?
- Experienced plumbers with extensive flood restoration experience.
- Full service company that can help you start to finish, no moving from contractor to contractor.
- We bill your insurance DIRECT for all water damage restoration
- Save $500 – $1000 OFF your insurance deductible
- Licensed workers, no liability for you
- Our courteous, professional staff will treat you like family, satisfaction guaranteed
Finding a Flood Restoration Temecula specialist can be stressful, with so many options to choose from. Make sure to choose a provider that delivers all of the services you need, along with high levels of previous customer satisfaction.
The Flood Restoration Process
The flood restoration process begins by removing items that haven’t been damaged, in order to protect belongings, as well as getting rid of those items that cannot be saved. Being in contact with contaminated water can cause items to develop mold that can be dangerous to those living in the home. Those items that have been affected, but can be salvaged, will need to be cleaned and decontaminated to remove any potentially harmful material.
Removing the material that you can see is only the beginning of the process. After that, the structure of the building may still be at risk. Water will go through the carpet or other floor coverings and cause damage to the sub floor, along with the rooms below. For example, if a first floor has water damage, the water will most likely leak through to cause damage to a basement ceiling and walls.
A house will also absorb the water from flooding and continue to absorb water from the air. For this reason, it is important to dry out the house as quickly as possible. Not drying out the house will result in mold forming. After the house is dried and belongings are decontaminated, the house will be back to normal.