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Flood Damage Restoration

Flood Damage Restoration

When you are dealing with flood damage in your home or business, you need help quickly. Our trained professionals understand that your priority is to get your family back in your home or get your business up and running again. We have the know-how and the equipment to clean up and dry out your space quickly and completely.

A quick response is our first priority. Call us, and we arrive quickly to get the water out. Our specialized equipment dries your basement, home, office or warehouse thoroughly, so there is no chance of mold growing in those crevices you can’t see. We disinfect where sewage back up is a problem and deodorize so you are not bothered by lingering musty smells. Count on us to identify and rectify drainage issues so you can prevent floods in the future.

Call Dan Faith when you have a flood emergency.

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Preventing sewer back-up

Some floods cannot be prevented. Heavy rain or snow melt can overwhelm creeks, rivers or city sewers, sending water into homes and businesses. While these situations dictate that you be prepared to react, you can be proactive and reduce the chances of flooding caused by defective drains or frozen pipes. Consider the following to protect your home or business:

  • Schedule regular inspections of basement and garage drains at homes or businesses, and commercial kitchen drains. Repair damage to prevent debris from interfering with drainage.
  • Educate family and office staff about what not to put down drains and into toilets.
  • Keep septic systems and sump pumps in good repair.
  • Have back-up power for your sump pump, especially in the event of a power outage
  • Keep heat at appropriate settings when your home or office is not in use during cold weather.
  • Open cabinets that hold water pipes to allow warm air to circulate.
  • Arrange for occasional visits to your home or office if it will unoccupied for a long period of time.

Tips for dealing with water damage

  • Remove electronics, as they are most vulnerable to moisture.
  • Remove water as you are able and set up fans and dehumidifiers.
  • Take advantage of heat or air conditioning, depending on the season.
  • If you are dealing with sewage back-up, take extra care to protect feet and hands.
  • Dry off furniture that is wood or metal.
  • Remove carpet, padding and area rugs.
  • Lift cushions of upholstered furniture for better drying.
  • Open all doors, including closets and cabinets to maximize circulation.
  • Remove any boxes or clothing and spread out or hang up to dry.