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Homeowner’s Guide to Water Damage Restoration

It is possible to experience water damage at any time in any place. In the event of a water damage incident, such as an interior leak or flooding, you should look into water restoration services. Briefly, it is the process of restoring the water-damaged surface back to its original condition, or more precisely, returning it to its standard condition prior to being contaminated.

Why Would You Need Water Damage Restoration?

There are many ways in which water can cause damage to your property, such as burst pipes, leaky pipes, failing sump pumps, and floods caused by inclement weather. It is rather common for problems with water-related appliances to happen unexpectedly and are only discovered after noticeable damage has already occurred. 

It is important to understand that when water damage emergencies occur, they can produce problems with sewage and standing water, which is not healthy for any home or business. Flooding is entirely possible, as is ruined furniture, walls, and flooring. This creates a need for water restoration.

If you notice any water problems, you should fix them as soon as possible. When there is sitting water, all kinds of bacteria can build up. Mold, in particular, is very easily spread once it has found a porous material to inhabit. As soon as bacteria begin to gather inside, many health issues arise and can place your health at risk.

Do You Need to Hire a Professional to Deal with Water Damage? 

Whenever you are dealing with water damage restoration, you have to do so much more than just wait for things to dry. Whenever water is allowed to remain within a material for a long period of time, bacteria begin to grow and this cannot be extracted by simple drying. Even after materials have been completely dry, some of them can still retain bacteria for a considerable period of time. As a result, you must hire a professional to carry out the water restoration process successfully.

What Does the Water Damage Restoration Process Look Like?

When you hire White Glove Restoration to get rid of water damage in your home, you can expect a structured and verified process that ensures that all bacteria and deterioration are removed. 

Our process starts with a thorough examination of the area. In order to determine the extent of the damage, it is important to survey the affected area. Providing information on what areas of restoration need to be given the most attention helps to enhance the rest of the restoration process. It is important to remember that every water restoration case is different, so understanding each individual case makes the outcome that much more satisfactory. As a result of an initial inspection, we will also be able to identify the cause of the water damage and estimate how much work and time will be involved in repairing it. 

The next step would be to remove the water, which is done through extraction. Special machines are used to remove any water present in your home or business. These machines act as vacuums to remove water from your property. Before the machines come into action, however, there needs to be an area where all the irreversibly damaged items, like drywall, flooring, and furniture, can be removed. This way, we eliminate all the harmful water and can start the next step. 

There are many steps involved in the water restoration process, but the most crucial is the dehumidification and drying of affected areas. Although we try to remove all water-damaged materials in the previous step, there is still the possibility that water may remain trapped without being visible. Dehumidifiers, as well as industrial air movers, are needed to drain the area of unhealthy moisture in order to make the area healthy again. 

We cannot stop once everything is dry. There are some of the most devastating effects that are invisible. This is why we are carrying out a deep clean of the affected areas. The specific steps for this step vary depending on how unique your case is. From spray-and-wipe cleaning as well as immersion techniques, different techniques can be employed in order to ensure the damaged surfaces are restored correctly. 

The final step in the water damage restoration process is the actual restoration of the property. In other words, we are going to replace the damaged materials and make the building structure look like it did before. If the damage is severe, the last step will take longer. In general, the restoration process can range from simple drywall replacements all the way up to complete reconstruction. 

The entirety of the water damage restoration process can vary in duration based on the level of damage your home has sustained. Our goal is to be as efficient as possible, but you can expect that the entire process will take at least a few days to accomplish so we can do the best job we can. There is no need to worry about the bacteria spreading. Getting rid of the water is one of the first steps that we take since keeping the moisture in the air for too long can be harmful.

Hire White Glove Restoration For All Your Water Damage Restoration Needs 

There is no doubt that water damage can cause a great deal of frustration and havoc. We offer you a wide range of restoration services and can get your home or business back to the way it was before the damage occurred, which is why you can depend on us to help restore and reconstruct it. 

Our technicians are all certified and experienced, so they have the skills necessary to complete your job in a complete and professional manner. We strive to provide the highest level of service and to be efficient in our work. Call us at (619) 776-3131 to speak with one of our representatives today.

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