water damage restoration

Water Extraction – FAQ

Water Extraction – FAQ

Considering the amount of damage that water can cause your property, it is easy to see why water extraction is a key component for water damage restoration services. To learn more about water extraction, continue reading for some frequently asked questions concerning water extraction, what water extraction entails, and why water extraction is an essential step in the water damage restoration process.

Inspecting Your Bathroom to Prevent Flooding

Inspecting Your Bathroom to Prevent Flooding

The bathroom is one of the most likely spots in your home for flooding to occur. The plumbing fixtures in the bathroom including the sink, toilet, and bathtub can leak or backup at any time and create a huge mess. A flooded bathroom can sustain damage very quickly as the water penetrates the walls and flooring which leads to structural damage and there is a good chance a bathroom flood can result in mold. Fortunately, bathroom flooding can be prevented if you know how to inspect your bathroom for signs of flooding.

The Water Damage Restoration Process

The Water Damage Restoration Process

Water damage can be devastating for homeowners. The more you know about water damage restoration, the better you’ll be prepared. For more than 60 years, ServiceMaster Restore® has been cleaning and returning homes to their pre-loss condition using state-of-the-art equipment, advanced techniques and Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) protocols.

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