Our Flood Cleanup & Damage Restoration Process
Water Damage Mitigation Requires Professional Help
Having serviced the disaster recovery market for over 15 years, we know a thing or two about eliminating water and moisture from your home. Flood Impact Xperts has invested heavily in the most state of the art dehumidifying and drying equipment available. Getting you back to normal is a 2 step process.
Step 1: Water Removal And Drying
The key to a fast restoration is eliminating the standing water and saturated materials quickly. When you have a water disaster, the clock starts ticking. You can’t afford to approach your disaster with a leisurely attitude. Every minute the water and moisture sit in your home means more and more damage needing restoration. If moisture and water damage is caught early, there is an excellent chance that minimal damage will occur to your home and structure. Is it really worth taking a chance on an inexperienced disaster repair company?
Step 2: Water Damage Restoration & Remediation
With the home finally free of moisture and water, we then concentrate on restoring the damage. Often this will mean tearing up wood flooring and carpet. Water saturates deep into wood floors and sub-floor structure. We work directly with your insurance adjuster and can often help in the bid negotiation process. So it is vital that you call us, before you call your insurance agent. Having a professional restoration company in your corner will go a long way in helping you get the most from your insurance policy.
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Immediate Steps to Take if Your Home Has Water Damage
- If it’s possible, stop the water. Turn off the water main or water source to stop flooding.
- Shut off the electricity before removing small electrical devices from the flooded area.
- Try not to walk on the carpets, or avoid it as much as possible.
- Remove small furniture from the area or place aluminum foil under the legs to prevent staining of the wet carpets below.
- Be sure to pin up or hang any curtains or drapes away from wet floors and walls.
- Take any moisture-sensitive or highly valuable items out of the area.
Do not attempt to vacuum—this is extremely dangerous and could lead to electric shock.
- Don’t turn on any fans, as this could spread contamination, especially if the situation is sewage related.
- Remove any objects such as potted plants, boxes and shoes, which could stain the carpet.