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Professional Water Damage Restoration and Cleanup

small or large water damage jobs

Undergoing water or flood damage to your property can be stressful, especially when it is unexpected. Even though this is an unfortunate event, you need to call a team of professionals to come to your location and begin the flood cleanup process. The Water Damage Pros is just the team for the job. With years of experience, we have the know-how and expertise to get the job done in a safe and timely manner, while following all local codes and safety precautions. A flood in the home can occur for a multitude of reasons, but one thing is the same amongst them all; they need to be cleaned up in a timely manner to avoid the risk of sustaining any further damage. We employ only the best of the best when it comes to equipment and manpower. Our technicians have gone through many extensive training programs to ensure that they are up to par and exceed all industry standards. Our equipment is also high-tech, state of the art, and the most advanced in the business today. If you need help with your water problem, the Water Damage Pros is the company to go to. We know that water damage can occur during the day, night, on a holiday, or even on a weekend. That is why we are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year for your convenience.

our restoration team

  • Emergency Water Extraction Service for
  • Commercial drying and desiccant drying for commercial properties in
  • Flooded basement, sewer backups, broken sump pumps cleaning
  • Water damage repairs, ice dams, roof leaks, frozen and burst pipes
  • Flood damage cleanup from catastrophic storms

When dealing with water on your property, it is important to remember that time is of the utmost importance. As water sits on a property for an extended amount of time, it creeps its way into the constructive materials of the building, therefore weakening the structure substantially. This could eventually lead to mold if it is not taken care of in a timely manner. The sooner you call; you are minimizing the risk of any further damage, and maximizing the success rate! When we arrive, one of our IICRC certified water damage technicians will assess the damage to your property and formulate a plan with you to mitigate both structural damage and personal property damage due to water and flooding. No matter the cause of your water damage we will assess your property fully and find the source of the water leak. From there, we will remove any standing water and perform any necessary repairs that need to be addressed. If any of your personal items have been damaged, do not worry. We can take your items to our offsite facility to have them dried out, sanitized, deodorized, and looking as good as new in no time at all.

Sewer Backup Cleaning and Decontamination Services- Disaster Cleanup Contractors

Denver, Seattle, Detroit, Dallas, Columbus, Little Rock, Minneapolis, Rochester, Fort Worth, Indianapolis, Fort Lauderdale, Los Angeles, Brooklyn, Miami, Cleveland

We are professionals in this field, and our number one goal is complete customer satisfaction. We will work around the clock if that’s what it takes to ensure that you are satisfied with the job we are doing on your property. Also, no job is too big or too small for the Water Damage Pros. We can undertake either a small residence or a large commercial property with ease and expertise. We are fully equipped to handle any type of situation that you may have pertaining to water damage.
If you are having a water/flood damage issue on your property, call the professionals at Water Damage Pros today.

Local restoration and cleanup for basement flooding, sewage, mold, burst pipes

Specializing in large loss recovery service for schools, manufacturing facilities, office building, commercial properties and hotels – call us now for priority service

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  • FAQ’s for Sewer Backups and Basement Water Damage Problems

    Sewage backup and basement flooding are unpleasant and pose lots of dangers such as contamination and biohazard risks. They should be considered an emergency and dealt with efficiently and promptly.
    Using Service Pros professional services will certainly work to your leverage. Our emergency sewage and flood basement cleaning teams have specialized equipment and training to swiftly and safely clear, clean and restore your affected areas.

    What is a sewage backup?

    Houses have incoming water lines and outgoing sewer lines. A sewage backup happens when an obstruction and blockage prevents the normal flow of wastewater from your house to the sanit/ary sewer.
    The wastewater starts to back up into your home as it fills up your drain pipes, and doesn’t properly drain away from the house.

    What are the indications of a sewage backup?

    Several common signs may indicate that you could experience a sewage backup. One of the common indicators is having more than one clogged drain, especially if one of the clogs is in a drain you infrequently use.
    Water usually backs up into a lower drain. However, when your water is backing up into other drains, you should be concerned. One drain should not drain into another drainage system.
    Another suitable method to identify a sewer backup is checking if water gurgles in the sink after flushing the toilet or showering. You should as well check for the appearance of bubbles as they point to trapped air generated by water attempting to pass through the clogged area of the drain.
    At the same time, another common sign includes your toilet not flushing correctly, slow draining in more than one fixture, a soggy or smelly yard, sewage coming out of a cleanout pipe, and foul odors coming from a drain.

    What are the hazards with sewer backups?

    Sewage mainly contains human feces and urine that contains viruses, bacteria, and other contaminants that can cause ailments. These include rotavirus, adenoviruses, norovirus, diarrhea, cramping, vomiting, throat, nose, and eye infections.

    Can I clean a sewer backup myself?

    Cleaning the sewer backup yourself could lead to hazardous activity and result in improper remediation activities and more significant problems. So, you may opt to go for our professional water damage restoration company. Without technical assistance, you may likely spread the contaminated sewer problem from one room to other rooms.
    Our professional team of experts is better suited and knowledgeable in the finest ways to clean up sewage at minimum risk. We will ensure a successful restoration of your property and help you avoid any health hazards.

    Can I use bleach to clean up a sewer backup?

    Odors that come from sewage backups are unpleasant, and you may want to get rid of them. Bleach is a widespread solution for most people and should be avoided as it is a poor solution for sewer backups. More harm may be caused by bleach as it can react with other substances are in the sewer pipes and potentially release harmful fumes.

    Which items can I keep after a sewer backup?

    If any of your absorbable belongings get in touch with sewer water, you need to dispose of it. Nevertheless, our professional team can easily clean and restore if hard materials or unabsorbent material come into contact with sewer water.

    What is basement flooding?

    It is not unusual for many homeowners to go down their basement steps, only to find a pool of murky water. This water may cause damage to your walls, floors, furniture and lead to mold. As the basement is commonly used for storage, the pool of water destroys many irreplaceable and essential items.

    What causes basement flooding?

    Basement flooding may arise because you have an external or internal leak, leaking foundation walls, improperly sealed walls, floors, a clogged gutter system, or your sump pump becoming dysfunctional.

    How do I know if I require basement flooding solutions?

    It is usual that many homeowners are unaware of their need for basement flooding solutions in their homes.
    If your house is situated in a flood-prone area, or if your home lacks effective basement drainage or waterproofing, it might good idea to invest in Service Pros basement flooding solutions.

    What are the signs of basement flooding?

    Indicators of basement flooding include a musty smell in your basement, water damage to your foundation or walls, discolored water stains on an affected area on the wall or floor, calcification build-up and standing water in your basement.

    How can I avoid basement flooding in the future?

    A sump pump is mandatory for any basement as it pumps water out immediately it gets inside the basement. You may also install a backwater valve occasionally to prevent sewer clogs and backups, regularly check for pipe damage, clean your gutters regularly, and fix foundation cracks.

    Which immediate steps should I take when I have basement flooding?

    The first step to take when you see that your basement is filled with water is to turn off your electricity and shut off the power in your home. Afterward, call an electrician and our professional team of Service Pros basement flood cleaners.
    The subsequent step to take is to move any water-damaged items to a dry place. However, remember to protect yourself by putting on protective clothing and gear such as face masks, gloves, overalls, and boots.

    How much does it cost to fix basement flood damage?

    There are multiple variables that dictate the cost of repairing and cleaning up basement flood damage. Nevertheless, the ordinary charges of repairs after basement flooding varies from $500-$2,500. This may depend on the depth of the water, the size of the basement, the extent of the damage, and the type of the water (clean, storm, or sewage)