Water Restoration

Time is critical when responding to a water emergency. Whether you have a malfunctioning dishwasher, washing machine, refrigerator or water heater, a sewer line break or backup, a toilet or sink overflow, or a broken, frozen or leaky pipe, it’s very important to call a professional who can stop the water source, start water removal and structural drying before toxic mold begins to grow, and to begin the process of water restoration and flood reconstruction so that you and your family or business can get back to normal as soon as possible.

The longer you wait, the worse the damage gets and the more that the restoration process costs in time and money. If you have a water problem, call us now!

We specialize in the following services:

  • Restoration
  • Water Removal Services
  • Sewage Cleanup
  • Hardwood Floor Drying
  • Wall Drying
  • Repair

Types of Damage:

Category 1 (Fresh Water)

Originates from a sanitary source and poses no substantial risk from dermal, ingestion, or inhalation exposure. However, it may not always remain clean after it comes into content with other surfaces or materials.

Category 2 (Rain, Dishwasher & Similar Sources)

Contains significant contamination and has the potential to cause discomfort or sickness if contacted or consumed by humans. It may contain potentially unsafe levels of microorganisms or nutrients for microorganisms, as well as other organic or inorganic matter (chemical or biological.)

Category 3 (Sewage, Silt or Rising Water)

Loss meaning it is grossly contaminated and may contain pathogenic, toxigenic or other harmful agents (Such as water sources may carry silt, organic matter, pesticides, heavy metals, regulated materials or toxic organic substances.)



There are some simple steps to take in every situation to prevent flooding:

  • Find the source of the water and stop it.
  • Be aware of hazards such as electric shock, slipping and toxic odors from sewer back-ups.
  • Move valuables to high-ground.
  • Block furniture with wood blocks, tin foil or plastic wrap to stop further damage.
  • Begin removing water by any means you have.
  • Call a certified and qualified restoration contractor.
  • Call your insurance agent to see about coverage or for a contractor recommendation.
  • Be prepared to provide information about how the water loss happened and what you’ve done.


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