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Water Damage Restoration
Water emergencies due to a burst pipe, toilet or sink overflow, appliance failure, severe storm or sewer backup can be disruptive and scary. Often, they occur without warning and must be dealt with immediately! When you are facing a water disaster, you need trained, reliable experts to respond quickly to mitigate damage, clean up the mess, and restore your home or business to normal. You need the water cleanup experts at Roto-Rooter. We are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to tackle any size water problem. Water and sewage must be extracted, and the affected areas professionally cleaned, ventilated, dried and disinfected as quickly as possible to reduce bacteria, mold and other harmful microorganism growth, which can cause additional damage to the property and potential health risks for your family or employees.
Roto-Rooter Water Damage Restoration Services Include:
· Hidden Water & Sewer Leaks
· Pipe Leak Repair
· Plumbing Leaks
· Sewer & Drain Blockage
· Slab Leak Detection
· Water Leak Repair Options
· Water Leak Detection Equipment
· Water Leaks Behind Walls
Sewage & Water Damage Cleanup
When your plumbing fixtures fail, or when a storm hits your area, water can quickly become a problem. Heavy rain combined with partially blocked sewers can often cause sewage backups. If floodwater inside your home is not addressed promptly, your walls, as well as your carpet, flooring, ceiling and personal property can quickly become damaged, creating an environment for bacteria, rot and mold growth.
The plumbing professionals at Roto-Rooter are trained to work with homeowners and businesses alike, offering prompt water damage clean up and repair service that you can trust. We are available 24/7, 365 days a year, when you need service most. Our water and sewage cleanup services include the following:
Cleaning a home after water damage is an extensive and important task. Simple do-it-yourself drying techniques are often not enough when removing water from your home or office. Your carpet, walls and floor coverings are porous which means a simple cleaning will not suffice, and extensive water damage cleaning is required. All surfaces affected by water damage must be thoroughly dried, cleaned, disinfected and deodorized by trained and certified water restoration professionals in order to eliminate disease-causing bacteria, fungi and other viruses before the area is safe for humans again. The actual cleaning and drying time of your contents is dependent upon the extent of the water damage. While some clean-up efforts can take 2 days, many may take longer.
Roto-Rooter will promptly clean the contents of any areas affected by water damage, while removing any non-salvageable possessions, if applicable. Our extensive cleaning process includes the application of anti-microbial agents and deodorizers, as well as air-cleaning utilizing our state-of-the art equipment. The advanced Roto-Rooter water mitigation equipment is not removed from your home or business until our temperature, humidity and moisture testing confirms that all affected areas have been dried to acceptable levels according to industry certification standards. Roto-Rooter will send the bill for services directly to your insurance company, relieving you of the burden during a very stressful time.
When water emergencies strike, make sure to leave the water cleanup operations to the experts at Roto-Rooter. We understand the need to get your home or office back in order as quickly as possible. We are trained and accredited by Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC). We perform all water restoration services in compliance with the IICRC S500 standards for professional water damage restoration. Our extensive knowledge and training means we’ll deliver service you can trust.
Mold Prevention & Remediation
Simple drying techniques are often not enough when removing water from areas it is not supposed to be. Your carpet, walls and floor coverings are porous which means a simple cleaning will not suffice and extensive water damage cleaning is required. Surface cleaning only removes visible contamination, but significant quantities of microorganisms are often left behind, which can potentially cause health problems as well as unpleasant odors. All surfaces affected by water damage must be thoroughly cleaned, disinfected and deodorized by trained professionals in order to properly eliminate disease-causing bacteria, fungi and other viruses before the area is safe for humans again.
Roto-Rooter’s prompt and professional water damage cleaning experts are trained and certified to clean and deodorize areas affected by excessive water damage and sewage backups. We utilize an approved process that offers protection against germs, mold, mildew and odors, which includes the following crucial steps:
The plumbing professionals at Roto-Rooter are well trained and knowledgeable. They are accredited with Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) and perform water restoration services in compliance with the IICRC S500 standards for professional water damage restoration, which means you are getting water damage cleaning, sanitizing and deodorizing services that you can trust.
Homeowners and businesses alike rely on the experts at Roto-Rooter to remove water, and to clean and deodorize their home or business. We understand the importance of prompt service in the event of a water emergency, and are skilled in water damage cleaning to protect families, employees and customers against potential health issues caused by untreated moisture.
The water restoration professionals at Roto-Rooter are experienced in getting your home or business back in working order as quickly as possible. Our plumbing experts are available to you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, when you need service most. No matter what time of day, your call is sure to be answered by a live Roto-Rooter customer service representative who will quickly send a specialist to access the water damage and determine the best course of action. Our prompt and experienced team will work with your insurance company to ensure that the experience is as easy as possible for you. Once your insurance coverage is determined, we will ask you for written permission to begin the water restoration process.
Our IICRC certified technicians will perform water extraction, remove unsalvageable contents and structures (including personal property, carpet and other flooring, dry wall, paneling, shelving, cabinets, etc.), clean the affected areas, apply disinfecting agents, deodorize and dry the structure. Our team will also haul away any harmful and water damaged debris.
The damage to your property and contents will be thoroughly documented with photos of the loss before we start working, during the process and after our work is completed. The professionals at Roto-Rooter are also trained to prepare sketches and create drying logs for your insurance company, so that your claim can be processed quickly and accurately.
The actual cleaning and drying time of your home and contents will be determined by the scope of the water damage, as well as the time it takes to meet the drying standard. The water restoration process may be completed in as quickly as just two days or may take up to a week. Cleanup, packing, removal of unsalvageable property, disinfecting and deodorization are generally completed on the day of your call. Our drying equipment and air sanitizers are left onsite at your home or business to complete the water cleanup process. Our advanced equipment is removed only when the temperature, humidity and moisture testing confirms that affected areas have been dried to approved standards. Roto-Rooter will send the bill directly to your insurance company, making it one less thing for you to worry about during a difficult time.
Water Damage Insurance
Insurance companies are not always clear when it comes to explaining your coverage in the event of a water emergency. Your insurance coverage can vary a great deal depending on the provider, as well as the specific policy and any applicable riders. It is best to know the details when assessing your insurance coverage and starting the water damage cleanup process.
Your specific coverage is dependent on your homeowner’s policy guidelines and deductibles. Check with your insurance provider about your policy details for more information and to stay fully informed in the event of an emergency.
Typically, most insurance companies cover unexpected water damage. Damage caused by an ongoing issue or structural problem may not be covered. Before we start any work, the plumbing professionals at Roto-Rooter will contact your insurance carrier to determine your coverage. We will also work directly with your local adjuster throughout the process, making it less of a headache for you. Your insurance carrier may determine coverage by the cause and extent of the damage, and some coverage may be limited.
Roto-Rooter’s estimators are experienced at dealing with insurance companies and local adjusters. Our prompt team of professionals will thoroughly document your loss, with photos taken before work begins, during the cleanup and restoration process, and after our work is completed. We will also include sketches and drying logs as part of our water damage cleanup process. Our experts will work hard to ensure a hassle-free experience for you from start to finish.
Our prompt response times and immediate action can reduce further damage to your home and possessions. It’s important that water and sewage are removed and the property dried, ventilated and disinfected as quickly as possible to inhibit the growth of bacteria, fungi, mildew and other harmful microorganisms.
Call us for more information on our water damage restoration and repair services. Our water leak repair services include slab leak detection, plumbing leak, pipe leak repair as well as hidden water and sewer leaks. No matter how big the emergency, the plumbing professionals at Roto-Rooter are ready and equipped to help.
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