Water damage restoration
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Water damage doesn't always occur when it's raining outside. Even when it's sunny, your home can suffer water damage. Sometimes the influx of water comes from inside the home. You should keep an eye on several leak-prone areas of the home, as water damage is highly detrimental to your home and can lead to costly water damage mitigation and water damage restoration. If it isn't currently raining or hasn't rained recently, look for a leaky toilet tank, washer machine or dishwasher as well as a slow leak in a wall or a burst pipe. Of course, the water damage may very well be occurring from water seeping into your home during a storm. It can seep in through the walls of your basement, or come up from your slab foundation. You may even experience a sewage backup.
No matter where your water damage has come from, water and moisture in your home need water damage mitigation and water damage restoration as soon as they are discovered. Unfortunately, water and moisture in home may also grow mold as mold spores flock to moisture. AdvantaClean of Kingwood is well equipped to handle the entire process of water damage mitigation, water damage restoration, and mold remediation (if needed). Whether your water damage is from a slow leak in the wall or a torrent of rain seeping into your home, AdvantaClean is trained and prepared to assist and return your home to normal.
what are the common reasons homes suffer from water damage?
If water and moisture go unnoticed and unmitigated in your home, you could be facing costly repairs and potential mold from water damage. As soon as you find water in your home, call AdvantaClean of Kingwood so we can begin to mitigate the problem right away. Some water damage situations are considered emergencies, so prompt action is critical.
Sources of water in home include:
- Local flooding. Any amount of rain can cause water damage, but locally heavy downpours are the most concerning. If water begins seeping into your home through basement walls, your slab foundation, or floods your crawlspace, the resulting water damage can be expensive to mitigate and restore.
- Plumbing failures. Plumbing failures include burst pipes, a leaky toilet tank and an overflowing bathtub, amongst other sources. Any of these sources of water are detrimental to your home, and typically require emergency services to rectify the situation.
- Groundwater. Any water in your home that is considered to have touched the ground first is a groundwater intrusion. These types of influxes are expensive to mitigate and usually require flood insurance to be covered.
- Long-term humidity and moisture. Moisture in home is dangerous and destructive. Moisture easily builds up inside crawl spaces, basements, and attics. These are conventional mold havens, which often goes unnoticed as these areas of the home are not always entered on a regular basis.
24/7 emergency water damage mitigation
AdvantaClean of Kingwood's technicians all follow the specific guidelines and standards set by the Institute of Inspection and Restoration Certification (IIRC). We are experts in mitigation and restoration and are also Certified Mold Inspectors (CMI) and Certified Mold Remediators (CMR). What does this mean for you? It means you can expect only the most advanced techniques to be used as well as the best customer service. We are knowledgeable on every step of the mitigation and restoration process and will guide you through it always.
Water damage is incredibly destructive and very expensive, so knowing what to do, and how to do it is vital to saving your home. Every water damage mitigation starts with the extraction of water on every surface affected by the water loss. We follow this by setting up dehumidifiers to extract the moisture and vent it outside, as well as fans to dry out the room(s). The process can take several days. The exact amount of time is determined by the extent of your damage. You may also require removal of drywall or flooring, and mold remediation if you had mold from water damage. Every job is finished by a thorough inspection to ensure everything has been dried out and there is no longer a risk of or actual mold growth.