WATER DAMAGE RESTORATION
Water disaster can strike your home without warning, leaving chaos in its wake. When a water emergency happens, reaction time is critical. Count on the team of water emergency experts at Cleanable Solutions to respond quickly, assess the situation, minimize damage and restore your property.
Our team of certified water damage restoration experts are experienced in handling a wide range of water emergencies, including:
Excessive Rain Water
Broken Water Pipes
Regardless of the cause, water can quickly unleash havoc on property. You can trust our water damage restoration experts to minimize the impact, utilizing powerful equipment designed for professionally extracting water from your home or business.
When it comes to water damage, you cannot afford to put your valuable property in the hands of amateurs. The water damage restoration team at Cleanable Solutions consists of qualified technicians with Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC), the most widely respected certification program in the industry. Our experts have been highly trained, ready to tackle any water emergency they face.
In addition to reducing costs, implementing proper extraction and drying techniques is critical to minimizing the potential for secondary damage and microbial growth. Using state-of-the-art water damage restoration equipment, we follow a proven process for addressing your water emergency:
Extraction equipment is used to physically remove any freestanding water. Water is extracted from all soft surfaces as well, including carpet, padding and upholstery.
If necessary, carpet and padding are carefully removed.
Professional drying and dehumidifying equipment is used to dry damaged areas and bring humidity levels back to normal. Any hidden pockets of water are detected to assure nothing is overlooked.
Once dry, your belongings and home are put back in order.
Containing Damage Before Technicians Arrive
With emergency availability, the water damage restoration experts at Cleanable Solutions are quickly dispatched to the site. Until they arrive, however, there are a number of things you can do to minimize water damage:
Stop the source of the water, if possible.
Turn off the electricity. Remove any small electrical devices from affected areas if you can do so safely.
Stay off wet carpet whenever possible.
Remove any small furnishings and place aluminium foil under remaining furniture legs to minimize permanent damage from rust or stains.
Pin up draperies and furniture skirts to keep from water contact.
Remove high-value items and moisture-sensitive belongings. Take breakables away from the area. In addition, remove any items that may stain floor coverings when wet.
Locate potential dry areas where restoration teams can move furniture.
While these steps can help to minimize damage, practice safety first. Do not attempt any of these steps if there is the possibility of electric shock. Do not use a home or shop vacuum to try to remove water yourself. Also, do not turn on fans, air conditioning or heating units in an attempt to dry the area. These can spread any potential contamination. Thoroughly wash your hands after handling any damaged items.