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  • Fire Damage Restoration

    • How does the restoration process work?
      The first step in the fire damage restoration process is an assessment of the damage. After we have evaluated the scope of the damage, we can determine the work that is needed to restore your property. Our fire damage restoration process includes removing damaged materials, deodorization, treating all materials for smoke odor, and replacing materials that cannot be restored.
    • Should I start throwing away what I know can’t be saved?
      Don’t do anything until the damage is assessed by our restoration experts. It is important to let our restoration specialists assess the damage and the insurance adjuster will need to see the damaged items for your claim. Getting rid of valuable items may reduce the amount of your claim.
    • What should I do after a fire?
      Fires cause devastating and extensive property damage. In addition to what is burned by the flames, there is also soot, smoke, and possibly water damage. The best thing to do after a fire is to call for a professional to evaluate the damage and start the restoration process.
  • Mold Remediation

    • How does mold growth happen?
      Mold often occurs after water damage. This can include anything from a flood to a small, hidden plumbing leak. When the drywall and other materials in your home become saturated, it creates the conditions for mold to start growing in as little as 24 hours.
    • Why is mold dangerous?

      Living in a house with mold is never good for your health and may contribute to a variety of respiratory problems. However, mold is most dangerous for people with sensitivity to mold, allergies, asthma, or a weakened immune system. Mold often grows in dark, damp places and physical symptoms are often an indication of a mold problem.

      Exposure to mold can cause problems such as:

      • Irritation of the nose and throat
      • Coughing and sneezing
      • Wheezing and trouble breathing
      • Aggravation of asthma and allergies

      The best way to prevent health issues is to prevent mold growth and act quickly to clean up water damage. Contact a professional for mold remediation, if you suspect a mold problem.

  • Water Damage Restoration

    • How quickly does mold start growing after water damage?
      Mold can begin growing only one day after water damage. Mold grows and spreads rapidly, so it is important to completely dry the affected area and remove the water immediately to prevent mold growth. Our technicians will thoroughly extract the water and dry everything to prevent mold growth.
    • How much does water damage restoration cost?

      The severity of the damage and work that is needed to restore your property will influence the cost of water damage restoration. We can evaluate the damage and provide a free estimate for your restoration. Insurance often covers the cost of water removal and restoration. We can help with the insurance claim process.

    • Will my insurance cover water damage restoration?

      Insurance coverage for water damage varies, depending on the type of coverage and cause of the damage. For example, water damage caused by a burst pipe will likely be covered, while ongoing problems that result from water damage, such as mold growth, are generally not covered by insurance

    • How long does the drying process take?

      The drying time varies, depending on the type of structure, extent of the damage, and the specific materials that need to be dried. In most cases, the drying process can be completed in three days or so, but larger properties with extensive water damage may take longer.