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Water damage

storm damage

what to do after the storm

Upon arriving to you home we will thoroughly assess your property for any signs of water damage. We
have an eye for it! Most common signs of water damage include but are not limited to: swelling to
baseboards or crown molding. Staining on drywall, bubbling paint, exposed and sagging drywall joint
tape. Cabinet deformation and delamination. Once damages are inspected, a remediation plan is
created to preserve and protect affected rooms and materials to prevent further water damage using
the science of drying (Psychometry).

OUR PROCEDURE FOR water damage

After a storm occurs you may suffer immediate damages such as missing and broken roof tiles or
shingles as a result of said damages you may also discover the interior of your home could well have
suffered from residual damages such as, ceiling stains, sagging of drywall and de bonding of crown
molding and baseboards. Pro Tip: When rain water penetrates the building materials of your roof keep
in mind that insulation works similar to a sponge as it can absorb water and gradually saturate the
drywall beneath it. Need a tarp? We can help.

fire & SMOKE damage

we fan the flames for you

After a devastating fire loss it is imperative to begin the clean-up process. Soot and smoke odors are
extremely challenging to mitigate when going at it alone. The goal here is to remove and discard
building materials that cannot be salvaged in order to promptly begin the process of odor elimination
and soot clean up.

When you notice mold inside of your home take into consideration that mold needs moisture and
organic material to form. This may be an indicator that there is a water leak somewhere in the home.
Mold can begin to form within a 24 hour period of water exposure and colonize in as little as 48 hours.
Mold should not be taken lightly as it can become a serious health hazard to the occupants of a home.

mold damage

a bold approach to mold

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