How to deal with water damage.

How to deal with water damage.

No one expects to need water restoration services. It's just not something we generally consider in the course of everyday life. However, all it takes is a frozen pipe that breaks, a backed up sewer, a water main cracking, a dishwasher hose springing a leak under the floor, a washing machine hose splitting while you're at work, even the cat pushing the faucet on while you're on vacation and suddenly water restoration becomes a primary concern in your life.

Our Equipment

  • Dehumidifiers: We use this machine to take all of the humidity from the air to fasten the process of drying.
  • Water Claw: The water claw sub-surface spot lifter works on the same principle as the carpet wand.
  • Electronic Sprayer: Is a tool that we use to inject microband, microband is a solution that kills bacteria and odours and stops mould.

How To Limit Water Damage

Water damages can be an expensive disaster. Whether the water comes from a broken pipe, a flood, or even a fire, the damage can be severe and long lasting if water restoration work is not started promptly. In fact, many insurance policies have provisions requiring you to make reasonable efforts to mitigate further damage to your property. One of the easiest ways to mitigate water damage is to prevent water damage in the first place.

It's important to regularly check your homes plumbing for problems and leaks. A small leak in a pipe may not seem like much at the time, but those drips add up. Each one is causing damage to your home, promoting mildew, mould or even dry rot in your structure. Promptly fixing any drips or leaks will ensure that any damage is limited or even prevented in the first place. When checking for leaks, it's also a good idea to check the condition of your pipes. It might even be a good idea to have a plumber or water restoration expert ensure that the pipes are in proper condition. If there is some damage caused by leaks, it's important to make sure that the damaged area is restored through the services of a water restoration expert. This will help prevent future problems in the home before they become unwieldy.

If you live in a low lying area and regularly experience flooding, you should invest in a supply of sandbags to help protect your home before any damage occurs. It is also a good idea to keep an eye on the weather reports. Before potentially damaging flooding occurs, you can ensure that your furniture and other possessions are moved out of harms way. By being proactive you can limit the damage caused by flooding and save yourself from having to deal with it, not to mention avoiding the inconvenience of home repair work.

Finally, one of the easiest ways to prevent water damages is to promptly deal with any water or moisture in your home, no matter how small.