When a lot of rain falls quickly in one area, it is not uncommon for flooding to occur. If that happens and your home resides in a low-lying spot, water could make its way inside your place.
Issues can also arise when snow and ice storms hit, especially when the melting process begins.
Water isn’t meant to be on your floors, drywall, carpeting, furniture, or much of anything else, but that’s exactly where it can end up, thanks to Mother Nature.
The weather is one of the primary reasons for hiring flood cleanup services. These technicians help people get their houses back in order following natural disasters. Our organization assists in the following areas:
- Carpet Drying And Replacement
- Water Pumping And Drainage
- Blowdrying And Injectidrying
- Furniture Cleaning
- Wall Removal And Replacement
That list barely even begins to scratch the surface of what we’re all about, though. So, if storm damage leaves your house under water, please, don’t hesitate to contact us. Let us take care of the cleanup duties while you tend to more pressing matters at hand.
Let’s look at a couple of other reasons why hiring flood cleanup services might be necessary…
A Burst Pipe
What if a pipe bursts, you run out to shut off the water, and there’s no valve? Unless you have a meter key in the garage, the supply to your home may have to remain on until the water department comes. That means gallon after gallon of water could fill the room before that moment arrives, leaving damage and destruction behind in its wake. Then, of course, with the water pumping, pumping, and pumping some more with what seems like no end in sight, the devastation could reach other rooms as well.
Pipes can split down the middle, break at threads, or develop issues elsewhere. In addition, the fittings that connect lines can also become problematic. When water pipes give you fits and leak everywhere, that is an excellent reason to call a plumber and flood cleanup service.
So, whenever you’re ready, contact us to schedule an appointment. We’ll return your belongings and structure to the way they were before the pipe disaster struck.
A Leaking Drain
Houses have drain and vent systems of different materials. For instance, in older homes, these are sometimes of lead, brass, and cast iron. Meanwhile, newer structures are typically piped in with PVC pipes and fittings. Of course, not every busted drain will require water damage cleanup. However, if, let’s say, a crack forms on a bend beneath a toilet on the second floor while you’re gone for a weekend, and the flapper on that commode hangs, a lot of water could be in store for the first floor. This is a scenario where a busted drain might leave a person in need of professional cleaning.
Our company has been serving homeowners and business owners in this and the surrounding areas for many years. Our team has the training and equipment necessary to tackle the cleanup after even the toughest floods.
So, contact us when the time is right to schedule a consultation. We are available 24/7, day or night, for all of your emergency restoration needs.