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Water Damage

It’s important to act fast in response to water damage. Call Flood Restoration Specialists at 702-736-1000.

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What does
Water Damage repair involve?

It’s important to act fast in response to water damage. Call Flood Restoration Specialists at 702-736-1000. Standing water and moisture create the perfect environment for the growth of bacteria and mold. Prolonged exposure to bacteria and mold, especially black mold, can lead to allergic reactions and even disease.

Parts of a water-damaged home may need to be rebuilt. Water destroys drywall and carpet that has absorbed water often develop bacteria and mold that can’t be removed. Replacing these materials is safer than allowing infectious organisms to saturate the air.  

Other materials that may need to be replaced include:

Water Damage

The Water Damage Repair Process

Repairing a water damaged home or business involves a process starting with a thorough inspection of the damage and continuing on to the replacement of flooring, walls, and ceilings, as necessary.

Classes of Water Damage

Class 1 Damage

Involves part of a room that has absorbed little moisture. It’s the least level of damage.

Class 2 Damage

Has affected an entire room and has absorbed into carpeting and walls.

Class 3 Damage

Has absorbed up into the walls, saturated most of the area, and may have come through the ceiling. Class 3 damage is considered the worst.

Categories Of Water Damage

Category 1

Involves damage from a clean water source such as toilet tanks, broken pipes supplying clean water. Category 1 water damage can degrade into Category 2 or 3 if it sits too long.

Category 2

Involves damage from “grey water,” such as washing machine or dishwasher water containing detergents. It may also involve water containing urine from toilet overflows.

Category 3

Involves completely unsanitary water that can easily cause illness, disease, or death. Water comes from sewage, river flooding, and standing water that has begun growing bacteria and other microbes.

Acting Fast

Whether your home has been flooded by broken pipes or a leaky roof, it’s important to remove all contaminated and wet materials in your home as soon as possible.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommends discarding materials that haven’t been thoroughly cleaned and dried within 48 hours of water damage. Taking these materials out of a home reduces the ability of dangerous microorganisms to multiply and spread. Removing contaminated materials improves air quality in the home and makes the restoration process easier.

After removing all contaminated and wet materials, contact someone who can inspect your home and start the restoration process.

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