The very first step our water disaster managers will do on arrival at your home is conducting a thorough assessment of your home for water damage. More often than not the damage is more serious than meets the eye but we sure hope not. Only a qualified professional inspector equipped with the best tools for the job can safely clear water affected home before moving in again. Depending on the nature of the water damage that occurs, it can be very difficult to detect presence of mold and mildew. Humidity is also hard to detect in the interior of a home without sensitive hygrometers even for keen homeowners. Luckily, you have us answer all your questions regarding water problems.
When to call for water disaster inspection?
Sometimes it is not necessary to call for highly trained water damage mitigation and restoration crew when you can do it yourself. However, it’s always safer to call our contact center first and ask about your situation. Having one of our top inspectors come over to your place for an on-site inspection will cost you a little amount but it is well worth it in the end. You get to save thousands more in repair costs and medical bills and most importantly, the health and happiness of your loved ones is worth everything to you.
It all starts with your emergency contact and a series of discovery questions designed to determine the approximate type and extent of damage you are facing. You will then get some good water advice on how to stay safe while you wait for help which will come sooner than you expect.
Finding the source - Once our professional arrives, they will seek to establish the source of the water and the reason for flooding.
Stop to flow - Water flowing in must be stopped before any other activity. Temporary restoration options are available depending on the nature of leakage.
Identify the category of water disaster - Your water inspectors will then accurate determine the risk posed by the type of water that has found its way into your space and advice accordingly.
Find and limit other dangers - Measures should be taken to prevent secondary injury and loss of property due to flooding.
Initiate water removal and drying areas - The bottom-line is that water damage inspection is not really a choice for anyone who cares about the safety of their home once there has been a flooding event.
Whether it was as a result of natural calamities, home plumbing systems failure or firefighting efforts do the wise thing and call in a professional to determine how worried you should be. Not only will you save you home and furniture from further degradation but also keep yourself and loved ones safe from hazardous aftermath of soaked ceilings, floors and walls.
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