Water | Tristate Mold

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WATER MITIGATION & DAMAGE RESTORATION

When an unexpected water emergency affects your home or business, every moment counts. 

24/7 Emergency Line:

90 Minute Response Time!

The longer water remains, the higher the potential for costly damage to building and structural components, mold contamination, and even illness.

WATER DAMAGE CAN...

- Result from fire damage, broken pipes, storms, clogged drains, and many other sources.

- Affect the structure of your home or office.

- Lead to health issues for you, your family or employees.

- Get worse over time without mitigating damages.

WE ARE A LICENSED, INSURED & BONDED PROFESSIONAL REMEDIATION FIRM

Our trained staff is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, providing a complete range of emergency water restoration services, including:

After an emergency, a thorough assessment must be performed to determine the extent of the damage so that we can begin quickly and safely restoring your property.

It is crucial that water be promptly removed to minimize damage. This will help save you money and reduce the amount of time necessary for repairs to be completed. 

Drywall and other building materials can absorb a significant amount of water. We have the training and equipment required to reduce the moisture levels in your home.

CATEGORIES OF WATER DAMAGE

Category 1

Water which originates from a clean or sanitary source like a leaky faucet or hot water heater. Once this water comes in contact with other surfaces, it can change to Category 2 or even Category 3.

Category 2

Gray water with some contaminants that can cause discomfort or illness if digested. Examples include washing machine or dishwasher overflow, broken aquariums or punctured waterbeds.

Category 3

Grossly contaminated water that can contain pathogenic, toxigenic, or other harmful agents. This can come from sewage or water blown in from hurricanes and weather events, or sewer line backups.

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