We understand how frustrating it can be to deal with a water loss in your home or office. In order to get your property back to normal, our licensed and experienced technicians work quickly and respond to emergency calls 24/7 to get to your location within 90 minutes. We also work directly with your insurance company to take more stress out of the situation for you. We have a commitment to quality work and great attention to detail that sets us apart from the competition, and when we promise something, we deliver.
Water Removal Services
Time is critical when water has entered your home. No matter where the flood water came from storm and flood waters, malfunctioning appliances such as washing machines, dishwashers, refrigerators, or water heaters, broken or leaky pipes, a sewer backup, or a toilet or sink overflow, the dangers of not doing anything about it are numerous. And with basements and crawl spaces so prevalent in the Midwest, basement water damage and water in your basement is a very common and potentially costly occurrence.
You must act quickly to:
- Dry the affected area immediately to prevent mold growth.
- Disinfect and sanitize the affected area to prevent further exposure to possible waste material, household chemicals, and diseases contained in the water.
That is why we are here 24/7 with a licensed and certified technician available to you immediately.
Water Damage Restoration
We provide residential home owners, commercial business owners, and property managers with emergency services covering a vast array of water, flood or sewage damage emergencies. These include water removal, structural drying, sewage removal and clean-up and decontamination of all affected areas in the home, basement or crawl space. With our knowledge in water removal services, we can stop and prevent the growth of mold damage and eliminate offensive odors.
Our techs are fully equipped when they arrive to extract and decontaminate any area of water damage, no matter how large or how small. They are very understanding of the inconvenience you are experiencing and are expert at handling the water restoration process as quickly as possible. You can expect our technicians to be kind, courteous, and skilled from start to finish.
The Process of Effective Restoration
This usually involves water extraction to remove the standing water, and the removal of wet materials that absorb water, such as carpet padding, soaked insulation, and damaged sheetrock. A professional water damage contractor will have the proper equipment and the manpower to take care of water removal. Also, if you have “dirty” water from sewage backups or line breaks, sewage removal must be done to remove the danger of harmful pathogens.
Fast drying through the use of dehumidifiers and air movers is vital for halting the effects of water and moisture laden air. Generating super dry air through the use of dehumidifiers and directing that air with powerful air movers pulls the moisture out of structural materials, hastening their drying. The dehumidifiers also prevent secondary damage to areas that weren’t originally affected by the water. High moisture levels in the air can cause peeling paint, warped building materials, and the growth of mold even in non-flooded areas. Drying wet structural materials and removing excessive moisture from the air is very important for limiting the damage during water cleanup after broken pipe water damage, frozen pipe water damage, leaky pipes, toilet or sink overflow, or flood damage caused by a refrigerator, washing machine, water heater or dishwasher.
Once the structure has been tested by a water damage specialist to ensure that it is completely dry, the materials damaged can be repaired to get things back to normal. Typically, a water damage remediation company will have removed baseboards and drilled holes at the bottom of the walls to aid in the drying of the wall cavities. Wet carpet and padding will have been removed. Damaged sheetrock in the ceiling that may have sagged and broken from retaining water will have to be repaired. And any items permanently damaged from water will have to be replaced.
Act Fast For Gaylord Flood Damage
Whether you have flood damage from broken, leaky or frozen pipes, a toilet overflow, a malfunction of an appliance such as a dishwasher, washing machine, water heater or refrigerator, or storm or flood damage, one of the most important steps in restoring a flooded house or property is getting to it as soon as possible. The less time the water has to travel through the house and absorb into material, the faster it can be dried and restored with the least amount of damage caused. So don’t wait to call!
Also, if you have sewage damage from a sewer backup or line break, you need to call us immediately for sewage damage cleanup and sewage removal of all contamination. Pathogens contained in sewage damage can cause illness if exposed to people or pets.
You may ask yourself, “Why shouldn’t I clean this up myself?”
There are many serious health hazards and dangers associated with flood/sewage damage.
Unfortunately, not every one is fully aware of just how dangerous this sort of problem really is. There are 120 variants of viruses, plus bacteria and thousands of species of mold. Many of which can cause serious health issues if not caught in time or treated correctly.
At NESPros, we take the necessary precautions to prevent the spread of contamination. We thoroughly clean and sanitize the affected area and help prevent greater property damage. This reduces your chance for increased costs which can result if contamination is neglected.
The Category of the water loss is based on the waters point of origin: There are three categories of water;
Category 1- (Clean water),reclassified as Cat. 2 and 3. if not promptly removed.
Category 2- (Gray water) If not removed promptly may be reclassified as Cat. 3
Category 3- (Sewage/black water) pathogenic, disease causing agents, unsanitary.
Most insurance policies require that the policy holder take immediate action to stop “Secondary Damage” from occurring. Most policies have a clause that protects the insurance company from being required to pay for damages that occur from secondary damage from a policy holders lack of action to stop additional damage.
NESPros works with your insurance carrier to to confirm coverage and make the process as smooth as possible.
NESPros technicians are IICRC trained and certified in Water Restoration for Residential and Commercial Structures.
Call NESPros for more information.