Our Top Water Damage and Other Restoration Services Provided In San Tan Valley, AZ
- Water Damage Restoration
- Flooded Basement
- Mold Removal & Restoration
- Fire & Smoke Damage
- Sewage Cleanup
- Water Damaged Drywall, Ceiling and Floors
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Here at Restoration Local quality is our #1 priority. We understand that having lost or damaged property can be stressful and we are here to help. Our experienced technicians are available 24/7 to answer your call. They are licensed and insured and can be at your property within 30-minutes if needed. Call us now for a FREE estimate.
We are happy to assist you with water damage, mold removal, sewer cleanup, flooded basement or fire and smoke repair. We would be happy to serve you and help restore your damaged or lost property.
Our water damage restoration service can be beneficial after a leak slowly destroys the foundation of a home. This water damage service option also helps homeowners protect their flooring after heavy rain rushes water into a space. Call us now at 1-888-443-3110.
In order to prevent water damage repair problems that can occur during these situations, professional mitigation and restoration services must be used. A regular vacuum can’t extract the water out of a home because the hardware isn’t designed to withstand electrical shock.
If you’re concerned about high water damage home repair costs, we can help. Our crews implement cost-effective procedures to keep all emergency water removal service costs reasonably low.
Flooded Basement Restoration
If your home has a basement, there’s a good chance you will deal with water in the basement in some degree eventually. A flooded basement is a nightmare for homeowners, especially when the water damages treasured belongings in storage. In most cases, basement water damage is the result of a failed sump pump, insufficient drainage around the foundation walls, heavy rains, poor waterproofing, or a combination of these factors. The basement is more susceptible to flooding than any other area of the home as water will always follow the path of least resistance through the foundation and into the basement.
As soon as you notice water in your basement, it’s time to take action to prevent further damage. After even two days, water in your basement can become a breeding ground for mold and bacteria. The first step to basement flood cleanup is water removal. Basement water removal and dehumidification to completely dry out the space. Next, we will identify the cause of the water. This may be infiltration of groundwater or surface water, a failed sump pump, or high humidity. From there, you can count on our basement flooding repair technicians to thoroughly clean, sanitize, and treat your basement before restoring it to its original condition.
Dealing with water in your basement? Contact us right away for emergency flood damage cleanup.
Mold Removal & Remediation
Mold can quickly take root in your home following the introduction of any water source, whether it’s an overflowed toilet, a roof leak, failed basement waterproofing, or a hidden plumbing leak. Mold can spread throughout your home in just 48 hours and pose a number of health risks in addition to damaging your home.
We approach every mold remediation project with a tailored strategy that begins with an inspection and mold removal assessment. We will check for visible signs of mold and water sources, including leaks behind walls and damp subflooring. Several methods can be used for effective mold remediation such as negative air pressure and barriers to prevent mold spores from spreading during the mold cleanup process.
All mold and mold-infested materials will be removed carefully and safely with the use of HEPA vacuums and air scrubbers. Antimicrobial and antifungal treatments will be used to kill mold and prevent new mold from growing after contaminated materials are removed. Items that can be restored will be cleaned and sanitized to remove odors. Once mold remediation is complete, restoration will take place to restore your home fully.
Fire is one of the most destructive forces to damage your home. Along with damage from fire, you are likely dealing with damage from smoke, soot, and water from firefighting efforts. Smoke can quickly permeate fabrics, building material, and carpet while the oily soot can leave permanent stains. The residue left behind from a fire is a biohazard that can etch glass, tarnish metal, and discolor appliances within hours. When allowed to sit, smoke and ash will cause corrosion and permanent damage while the water will lead to mold and bacterial growth.
While a fire can be very destructive, we are standing by with superior fire damage restoration to clean up smoke, soot, and water damage before the residue can spread and cause further damage. Our fire and soot damage technicians will remove contaminants and water and use commercial-grade chemicals to permanently remove the smoke aroma. Once the fire and soot residue is removed, water will be removed from your home to dry it out before restoration can take place.
Fast action is essential when it comes to fire. Contact us today for superior fire damage restoration to restore your home and remove health hazards and unpleasant aromas.
A sewer leak is an emergency that most people don’t want to encounter. A sewer leak causes devastating effects like bad odor and contamination. Like a water leakage, a sewer leak will spoil your wall, furniture, and your floor upholstery. It also places you at a high risk of contracting a disease and even coming into contact with corrosive chemicals.
Experts advise that you avoid any contact with the water and contact a professional like us to help you clear the mess. A sewage restoration service provider will formulate an appropriate action plan to remove the mess and prevent cross contamination. After the sewage cleanup, your service provider will determine if the spill area is safe to occupy, disinfect the affected area, and dry out the room.
Drywall, Ceiling, and Floor Water Damage Restoration
When drywall gets wet, it quickly absorbs water, loses its strength, and falls apart. It’s essential to repair damaged drywall, ceilings, and carpet as soon as possible as all three can pose a health hazard by becoming a breeding ground for mold within just two days. Wet drywall can even be a safety hazard as it is at high risk of collapsing or falling apart.
Our professionals will respond quickly to restore water damage. With drywall, this usually involves removing and replacing damaged sections. Sometimes hardwood floors and even carpet may be saved, but it depends on the severity of the water damage and how fast it is treated. Contact us today for fast, superior water damage mitigation to your drywall, ceilings, and flooring.
5 Facts About Water and Mold Damage
- 60% of claims paid by home insurance companies are from water damage
- Water damage risk is highest in newly built homes or homes older than 20 years
- 93% of all water damage can be prevented
- There are more than 100,000 different types of mold that exist
- 12% of childhood asthma can be attributed to indoor mold exposure
Reviews From Restoration Customers
Daniel M: The technician and his team are professional, courteous, and fast! We were very pleased with their work and we’d recommend them to everyone we know.
Ed C: These guys know what they are doing, and do it well. When it comes to assessing damage and working with the adjuster, years of experience really pays off.
Matt C: Responsive, professional, friendly…understand unexpected home damage is more than studs and drywall and is sensitive to the emotions of losing family items.
Lisa C: High quality customer service, workmanship and products. Office staff, restoration crews and installers were all very professional, friendly, prompt and thorough.
Anson B: Highly competent, very efficient, well-organized, well-managed, and so friendly. These guys do it all. I would like to recommend your services to all….Thank you
John H: In a stressful situation, its good to know that a family owned business is around to help. The owner is reliable and amazingly patient, which is not always the case