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Remove the water and the worry
When your basement flood needs an expert, call FloodPros to address your problems right away. We’ll dispatch a crew of certified water damage restoration technicians.
Recover from your disaster.
We can help with that.
A timely response, thorough inspection, and cleanliness of intrusive water can improve your ability to salvage or restore the property. We work for you and involve you throughout the process to determine what’s best for your situation.
Address it right away.
Save time, money and your property.
Prevent any bigger issues
At the first sign of an issue, call us. We’ll bill your insurance company, but we work for you. We take the necessary steps to salvage your property. So before you remove or dispose of anything let us inspect the damage. Most insurance companies already require an inspection, but this allows us to take the right steps to preserve property and reduce costly repairs.
We’ve seen similar projects take as many as 12 days longer when homeowners are navigating a back and forth process with their insurance company and claims adjuster. It’s our goal to help you move on from this as quickly as possible and with your home in proper order.
Water alone can do some damage.
It also can grow into bigger issues
Your health and safety always come first. Though we’ve seen hundreds of incidences not all water claims are simple to categorize. We’ll always send certified technicians to asses the damage and test for contamination.
Why hire a pro?
The water in your home can be harmful.
Even small improperly managed or unrecognized issues grow into big problems. Here’s what we look for.
Category 1: Clean water does not pose potential harm with no contaminants. Originates from falling rainwater, melting ice or snow, tub or sink overflows, broken water supply lines, appliance malfunctions, or a broken toilet tank free from contaminants
Category 2: Significant contamination levels in the water. If consumed by or exposed to humans, it can potentially lead to discomfort or sickness. Common sources include a dishwasher and washing machine discharge and overflow, toilet bowl overflows with traces of urine (no feces), sump pump failures, hydrostatic pressure causing seepage, broken aquariums and punctured water beds.
Category 3: Presents substantial risk of harm to humans, is highly unsanitary, and contains pathogenic agents. Originates from sources like sewage and ground surface water affect and enter the indoor environment.
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