Restoration – Flood damage restoration should begin as soon as possible.
Water travels fast and the damage can spread rather quickly. Wet areas need to be dried out immediately.
Soggy walls, flooring and/or ceilings are breeding grounds for mold and rot.
Worse still, they could be in danger of collapse. Always treat flood damage as an emergency.
When Do We Start Our Restoration Maintenance?
Ideally, once flood damage occurs, restoration for such damage should commence in a very urgent manner and with high alacrity.
This is because during this time, the speed of water is significantly increased; it travels fast, quickly moving to other areas to cause further damage.
Affected areas should be dried out immediately, because wet floors, ceilings, soaked walls are conditions that aid the growth of mold and rot. Thus, we treat all cases of flood damage as critical matters of emergency.
How Do We Carry Out Our Restoration Maintenance?
It’s often shocking whenever people find out there is water damage in their residential or commercial properties.The shock can be very devastating, especially on the owners of such properties and the stakeholders using those properties such as tenants /occupants whose possessions are on the properties.
Flood water can quickly damage and destroy material acquisitions from labors of many years. Undoubtedly, this will leave an unpleasant taste in the mouth of anybody. It might even get one psychologically and emotionally destabilized. Of course, insurance is the first thing that usually comes to many people’s minds. However, the services of a water remediation and maintenance agency should be given priority. This helps to curb damages and save valuable personal belongings.
To restore your residential or commercial property to what it was before damage, will require decontamination, water removal, and drying. As we have said before, it’s very important to act in cases of flood damage, or else, there will be a rapid growth of bacteria and mold, as clogged/standing water provides the perfect environment for that to happen.
Continuous exposure to such an environment can cause allergies and lead to some serious respiratory and skin diseases. At times, some parts of a flood-damaged property need rebuilding, especially when walls and carpets that have soaked in water develop bacteria and mold that can’t be removed.
It is thousand times safer to replace such soggy walls and carpets than to allow harmful organisms to saturate the environment, thereby impeding essential aeration.