Water Damage Restoration Services Tucson, AZ
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Water damage restoration entails meticulous processes of removing standing water and dehumidifying affected areas in your home or business.
Our water damage restoration technicians understand how to handle water damage problems from start to finish, ensuring that by the time the project is completed, your home looks and feels better than new.
Water damage can strike at any time, at any place, regardless if it’s residential or commercial, hot or cold, or old or new. The causes vary but in most cases, water damage is caused by broken pipes, appliance or roof leaks, AC malfunctioning, sewage backups, and, of course, natural disasters like floods, storms, and hurricanes.
How to deal with water damage in Tucson?
You can try doing it on your own. In some cases, you can stop the moisture source and quickly remove the water and prevent any serious damage. This is the case in lighter scenarios like sink or bathtub overflows.
However, if the damage is extensive and came from a potentially very hazardous source like sewage or external flooding, you should not even attempt to clean it up yourself. Water from washing machine or toilet overflows may also be infectious and should be dealt with by a professional too.
Call us to start working on your case right away. We respond in under 60 minutes to most emergencies and only dispatch the best technicians that a company can work with. Call us today! Do it once, do it right.
Okay so, you called us. Then what?
A qualified professional will come to your home to assess the damage and provide you with a water damage restoration quote.
Then, once the mutually beneficial agreement is reached, we will immediately get to work. As previously stated, the water damage restoration process entails water removal and dehumidification. This approach will allow us to perform thorough structural drying of your property, allowing you to be free of any lingering, under-the-surface issues.
Give us a call and we’ll go over everything with you.
Did you know that only a few inches of standing water can cause severe damage to your hardwood floors, carpets, insulation, and drywall? Those same few inches are also more than enough for mold to start growing.
Water removal – also known as water mitigation or water extraction – is the first step in every water damage restoration project. It’s exactly what it sounds like – the process of stopping and removing the standing water wreaking all of the havoc in your property.
During this step we will identify the source of the water and remove it. In some cases, a homeowner may have already done this but in a lot of instances it might be difficult or even dangerous to try to stop the water alone. This is why we’re here.
Regardless if the water in your property has entered through sewage or a leak, call us. We can help you prevent more water from entering your property, remove the already-present water, and restore your property from the ground up.
Dehumidification means simply regulating a room’s humidity by removing excess moisture from the air, resulting in conditions that are inhospitable to dust mites, mold, and other allergen-causing organisms.
This process is a follow-up to the water removal process. Simply put, we can not begin drying your home when there’s still water entering and spreading throughout it.
Dehumidification process can potentially be pretty inconvenient to homeowners and their families, just a heads up. The reason for that is that it can get pretty hot and noisy while everything is carried out.
Having that said, it’s necessary for us to complete this step in order to prevent the already mentioned organisms from growing. It makes no sense for us to just remove water and then leave the soaked up walls to stand there, don’t you agree?
If you’re ready to get started with water damage restoration in Tucson, AZ, call us today!
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Anyone, at any time, can experience sewage backing up into their home or office. A sewage backup can be caused by a variety of factors, ranging from a clogged pipe to a flood that overflows a local sewer system.
Sewage damage may appear to be a relatively simple cleanup to handle on your own, but it should only be handled by professionals.
The reason for this is that sewage is contaminated water that contains waste of all kinds. Sewage can contain waste from both domestic and industrial sources.
The waste can range from something as innocuous as soap to something more dangerous like human or industrial waste.
Sharing space with sewage for any length of time often means coming into contact with numerous harmful bacteria and diseases.
You don’t want that, do you? Avoid risking your health and just dial the number below. A team of certified water damage restoration technicians will arrive at your property in 60 minutes or less and clean up all of the nasty sewage in your property.
Floods, hurricanes, and severe weather may all cause substantial damage to your house or commercial property.
The water, mud, and debris left behind by floods can pose a significant health hazard.
Tornadoes and hurricanes produce severe wind and hail damage to buildings, whether expected or unexpected. Storms usually come with hail, wind, flood, uprooted trees, and structural damage. At the same time, winter blizzards can cause harm due to high winds and ice jams.
The consequences of such catastrophes might be tremendous and far-reaching. Homes and businesses may be wrecked, roads and bridges may be washed away, and electricity lines may be downed.
Following such disasters, our restoration specialists are ready to work diligently to restore the damage and assist communities in getting back on their feet.
If you’ve experienced a catastrophe, please don’t hesitate to call us by dialing the number below.
We understand that your business is that precious entity you’ve been building for years. Kinda like a baby, but not exactly. We also understand that, at the end of the day, you only care about your bottom line. So let us address how your bottom line will be affected.
When your business has water damage, it can get costly. More costs = less profits. The longer you ignore water damage, the more expensive the water damage restoration you’ll eventually have to have done will be. Even more costs = even less profits.
Why does water damage get worse?
The more time water has to spread, the more materials will get soaked up. More and more mold will grow, accompanied by pests. Your walls will start to crack and the paint will flake off. If you have basement water damage, your property’s structural integrity can also be threatened. If there’s sewage damage, well, we don’t need to tell you how bad that is.
If you want to work with a restoration business that understands that you’re busy, that your schedule can dynamically change, and that your bottom line is the most important, call us.