Frequent questions

Water damage can occur for a variety of reasons. Excess water in your home can come from natural disasters such as hurricanes or floods, as well as from pipes that burst or start to leak in your plumbing system. And many other reasons
Proper maintenance and care of your appliances can help ensure they don’t cause a water issue. If you have a septic tank, monthly inspections can allow you to notice if anything looks amiss.

The first thing you should do is contact with our company. You do not want to delay, since mold begins to form after 24 hours. The longer water sits, the more opportunity it has to wreak havoc on wood, walls and carpet.

Your crawlspace is the area below your home that workers have access to so they can put in plumbing and the electrical wiring. When this area becomes flooded, our company will make different recommendations according to the cause of the problem.
Excess water in your home has the potential to create a variety of unwanted secondary effects. Property can be ruined, or its value decreased, the structure of the home compromised, and water damage remediation services can cost thousands of dollars.
Mold and mildew can cause many problems, both to your family’s health and to your home. It can destroy furniture, drywall and wood. It can offer a place where unwanted bacteria, mites, rodents and roaches can live.