Water damage is generally the result of an emergency that demands immediate attention. Examples include broken pipes, sewer backups, roof leakage, water from fire damage, leakage and overflows from appliances such as dishwashers and washing machines, etc. With prompt and thorough action following a water damage situation, it is often possible to restore water damaged structures, carpets, contents and structural materials to pre-loss conditions. Effective water damage restoration includes remediation of the damage source and removal of water, damaged materials and disposal. Drying out the structure is a critical part of water damage restoration. The entire structure, and most elements in it, can be dried from top to bottom using advanced equipment and drying techniques. Most importantly, a quick thorough response reduces the growth of mold and mildew.
We offer professional water damage restoration, in accordance with provincially recognized standards, covering all three categories of water damage including:- (1) clean water damage, (2) contaminated water (example: toilet flood, aquariums), and (3) grossly contaminated (example: ground surface and sewage backflow).