Our Water Damage Restoration Company is a 24 Hour Emergency Flood, Water, Mold, Sewage & Fire Damage Restoration Service-Available 7 Days A Week with under 30 minute response time. No job is too big or too small for Water Damage Sunrise! From your home to your office building, we have what it takes to get the job done. Our Flood, Water, Sewage, Fire & Mold Damage Restoration Licensed Experts have the equipment and experience necessary to handle the most challenging situations.
Don't let an unforeseen water intrusion become a disaster in your house or business! Standing water can be a significant health hazard. Damage from a water intrusion can cause mold and mildew to flourish and can even cause structural damage. After a water intrusion, it’s important to restore your home to good order as soon as possible to protect your health and prevent further damage to your house and belongings. Your house and furnishings are less likely to grow mold if they are dried within 48 hours. Immediate action is vital you may contact the professionals at our Water Damage company, We will be at your home within 30 minutes!
Water Damage Tips
Here are some important things to do, but 1st contact us so we can get a team of professionals to your home fast!
• First determine what caused the water loss and shut off the source of the problem.
• Now determine what type of water it is? Is it fresh water, grey water or sewage? Of the three types of water fresh water is the easier to clean up. Grey water will come from your shower or sink and sewage is from your toilets and has to be handled differently. Sewage as well as grey water contains bacteria and the possibility of disease will be on anything in contact with this type of water. Anything that comes in contact with sewage that is porous will need to be disposed of, sheet rock, carpet, pad, clothing. Don’t touch any of these items with your hands. You will need eye protection, gloves, face mask and we wear disposable suits that protect us.
•First determine what caused the water loss and shut off the source of the problem.
•Then find out what type of water it is? Is it fresh water, grey water or sewage? Of the three types of water fresh water is the easiest to clean up. Grey water will come from your shower or sink and sewage is from your toilets and has to be handled differently. Sewage in addition to grey water contains bacteria and the likelihood of disease will be on anything in contact with this type of water. Anything that comes in contact with sewage that is absorbent needs to be disposed.
•Avoid electrical shock. Wear rubber boots. Keep extension cords out of the water. Shut the power off to the flooded area at the breaker box.
•Record details of damage, with photos or video if possible.
•Contact your insurance agent and start the claim process. They will assign a claim number and normally have an adjuster to your home or business within a couple of days.
•Move furniture off of wet carpet. Wipe as much of the excess water from wood furniture as you can and remove tabletop lamps and other items from the furniture.
•Turn on the air conditioning on for maximum drying, in the summer open the windows and in the winter to release trapped moist air and for better indoor air quality.
•Make sure that electrical appliances are turned off prior to standing on wet carpets or floors to prevent possible electrocution.
•Household items that have been contaminated by sewage, or that have been wet for a long time, will have to be bagged, tagged and possibly discarded.
•Store valuable papers that have been damaged in a freezer until you have time to work on them.
•Ensure that all interior wall cavities and structural members are completely dry. Moisture walls can lead to mold growth, it is important to have a professional examine the walls to be sure that they are 100% dry, days are important here.