Water Damage

From detrimental storms, broken water pipes, leaking appliances, to sewage back-ups, water damage can destroy your home or business. To prevent permanent damage you will need restoration technicians with the knowledge and training to saving your damaged goods.

Time is of the essence when responding to a water loss. Experienced technicians are vital for successful restoration. Our water damage specialists are all IICRC certified experienced in the handling of:

  • water damage mitigation
  • mold
  • dehumidification systems
  • corrosion control
  • sewage backup contamination clean-up
  • complete reconstruction

We strictly follow the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification guidelines for water-damage restoration including loss assessment and evaluation, categorization of the water, drying, structural and contents consideration, monitoring and final inspection and completion.

Water Categories

Category I Water
Sanitary or "clean" water sources, sources that do not cause an initial health threat. Sources include broken water pipelines, tub and sink overflows, appliance water line failures, hot water heater ruptures, falling rainwater and broken toilet tanks.

Category II Water
Unsanitary or "gray" water sources contain some degree of contamination. "Gray" water sources include, but are not limited to; appliance overflows from dishwashers, washing machines, toilet bowls with some urine, aquariums and waterbeds.

Category III Water
Unsanitary or "black" water sources always contain pathogenic agents. "Black" water sources include; municipal sewer lines, sea and ground surface water, rising water from rivers and streams and certain types of sprinkler systems. Porous materials such as pad, carpet, paper, ceiling tiles, books, etc. cannot be salvaged and must be disposed. Hard, non-porous surfaces can be cleaned and sanitized.