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Select a Houston Area Contractor
- Water Damage Restoration - Remove standing water or sewage after a water-incident, then dry and disinfect the area.
- Fire Damage Restoration - Clean soot stains and remove smoke odors after a fire.
- Mold Removal and Remediation - Mitigate mold and the originating source of water that caused it.
- Biohazard Cleanup - Disinfect and decontaminate biohazards that pose a risk to humans and pets.
- Carpet Cleaning - Remove set-in stains and dirt from carpeting and rugs.
The Restoration Process
- Emergency Action - When necessary, your contractor will offer to take action that limits or prevents additional damage to your property.
- Assessment and Estimate - After inspecting the damage, the restoration contractor will prepare a detailed estimate on returning your property to its original state.
- Extraction and Cleanup - Extraction and cleanup will begin after you sign the work order, with the contractor removing water, soot, and other surface contaminants.
- Removal and Disposal - Items that cannot be restored will be safely disposed of according to local regulations.
- Deodorize and Sanitize - They will then sanitize and deodorize your home or business to prevent mold and odors from developing over time.
- Reconstruction - Lastly, they will return your property to the pre-loss state. Depending on the damage, this may include anything from painting to completely rebuilding the structure.