Reasons to Call in a Professional Restoration Company
Assess the Damage and Create a Restoration Plan
With years of experience in the industry and seeing various levels of water damage, professional restoration companies can assess the water damage quickly and accurately. Once assessed, they are able to come up with an organized restoration plan that they follow through with from point A to point Z to take the work and stress away from you as the homeowner.
You’re preoccupied with so much chaos happening around you, that you may not address the problem as quickly as a water damage restoration team can. Most professionals are on call 24/7 to handle water damage emergencies anytime day or night.
Peace of Mind
Knowing that you have restoration professionals handling your home’s water damage, gives you piece of mind. When a professional is handling the situation, you put your trust in them to do the job quickly and efficiently. This helps to remove the stress off of you while going through and emotional and chaotic time. The professionals handle your possessions with care and even deal directly with the insurance companies to make sure you don’t have to deal with any of those stressful situations. All you need to do is focus on picking out flooring options, paint colors, etc. The professionals will handle the rest!
Leave the Messy Work for the Restoration Professionals
Cleaning up water damage can be a lot of hard work. Instead of trying to solve the problem yourself by getting in the water, ripping up carpets, painting, and more, you can leave the messy work for the professionals. They know what to do, what tools to use, and don’t mind getting in the thick of it to get the job completed.
Advanced Water Damage Restoration Equipment
Water restoration equipment has become more advanced throughout the years allowing for efficient drying times, lower costs, and minimal disruption in the process. To help address water damage, professionals use high-tech equipment like moisture detectors, hygrometers, industrial fans, and infrared cameras. These machines are far better than the ones you can rent from a store and they are fully capable of handling any type of water damage. These are all tools that as a homeowner you most likely don’t have access to or know how to operate.
Highly Trained Professionals
Professional water restoration technicians are professionally trained and equipped for water removal and restoration. The technicians are constantly staying up to date with specialized techniques, ongoing training, and certifications.
Avoid Health and Safety Risks
In order to address water damage, most of the time it requires ripping out building materials in the home. If you are not experienced at this, or have the right equipment, it can be a great risk for your health and safety. If your property isn’t dried properly after water damage, it can potentially lead to mold growth. Growth can begin as little as 24 to 48 hours within the water damage occurring. Mold growth in your home can lead to health problems for your family including allergic reactions and respiratory issues. You could also be exposed to other harmful chemicals, bacteria, and even electric shock due to faulty wiring from the water damage.