A: Absolutely! We will do whatever it takes to make your misfortune run smoothly. We can bill all insurance companies and will get approval for all work, no surprise bills!
A: Time to Dry StructuresThe average dry time to completely dry out a structure depends upon the temperature, humidity, amount of saturation and types of materials being dried. All situations are different ; however, the average drying time is 3 -5 days. Drying will be affected by the outside weather conditions. Vapor pressure on the outside of the home can help or hurt the dry time depending on whether its wet or not .Exact calculations are made to set the correct amount of dehumidification and air movers in order to dry out the structure. Drying is our business!
A: Most polices cover water damages occurring inside the home due to broken pipes, water heaters, waterbeds and toilet back-ups. Always, check with your insurance company to make sure you have coverage. As a general rule water rising from the ground, lack of maintenance or no utilities on in home during freeze are not covered by standard home policy. Again read your policy and call your agent to clarify.
A: 1. Don't Panic ! Practice safety first! Before entering a water damaged area, make sure the electricity has been turned off. (location: breaker) Do not enter a dangerous area with power on.2. Make sure structure is safe than remove all items from water damage area to prevent further damages to your personal belonging. Wearing thick penetration resistant rubber boots unplug electrical devices.3. Make a list of damaged items and take pictures of damaged areas for future references or if you are planning on filing an insurance claim.