Due to droughts affecting the entire state of California, the soil is too dry and compacted to soak up rainwater. As a result, even a small amount of rain can result in flash floods and water damage across Southern California. Additionally, many neighborhoods in Los Angeles also have outdated plumbing systems and fixtures, this significantly increases the chances of leaks and other plumbing malfunctions. Restoration Local is the nation’s largest directory of restoration companies. If you have water damage in Los Angeles or the surrounding area, you can find a local restoration company to repair the damage. We have listings for water damage restoration contractors in Southern California, including Los Angeles, Anaheim, Burbank, Irvine, Long Beach, Newport Beach, Pasadena, and all of Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Santa Barbara, and Ventura counties.
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Restoration Services Across Los Angeles County
- Water Damage Restoration - After a water event, they will remove standing water or sewage and dry the affected area
- Fire Damage Restoration - Clean and repair soot stains, flame damage, and smoke odors from all types of fires.
- Mold Removal and Remediation - Mold is caused by water, so they will address the water and the mold.
- Biohazard Cleanup - Any substance that is harmful to humans and pets is removed and cleaned according to industry standards.
- Carpet Cleaning - Cleaning stains, ground in dirt, and allergens from carpeting and rugs.
The Restoration Process
- Emergency Action - In some situations, the contractor will take emergency action to prevent further damage when you sign off on the work.
- Assessment and Estimate - After seeing the damage, they will write up an estimate on repairs and can begin work immediately.
- Extraction and Cleanup - If you authorize them to begin work, they will extract liquid contaminants and then clean soot stains and other debris.
- Removal and Disposal - Following safety protocols, they remove items that cannot be restored. Your contractor will explain what items are unsalvageable in advance.
- Deodorize and Sanitize - In order to prevent odors and mold, your restoration contractor will sanitize and deodorize after a disaster or accident.
- Reconstruction - The damaged area is then rebuilt, restoring it to exactly how you remember it.