While not always the most dangerous, water damage is common and very destructive as it can quickly spread throughout your home or building and cause thousands of dollars’ worth of damage. The most important step to take is to cut off the source of the water and call a restoration professional for help.
ServiceMaster All Care Restoration is available in Glendale, AZ and the surrounding areas to provide water damage restoration services for homes and businesses affected by flooding, sewage backups, pipe bursts, appliance and roof leaks, and a variety of other sources. Our professionals understand the need to have the water removed and the area dried out right away to prevent the damage from spreading, which is why we are available 24/7.
Flood and Water Damage Issues
When water affects a home or building, it will spread to the areas of least resistance, usually through porous materials like drywall, carpeting, furnishings, floors, and ceilings. If it is allowed to sit in these areas, the affected surfaces will become weakened, stained, and start to buckle. Over time, affected structural elements can potentially collapse, threatening the structural integrity of the home or building.
Mold is another potential issue, which can start developing in as little as 24 – 48 hours after the damage. Once it starts growing, it will feed on the building materials and spread through the air, triggering a number of negative health effects, like coughing, sneezing, headaches and more.
Water Damage Restoration in Glendale, AZ
In any case of water damage, it’s important to contact a restoration professional like ServiceMaster All Care Restoration right away. Our technicians are fully trained and experienced to respond right away in these disasters, extracting all standing water and setting up industrial drying equipment. Using high-velocity air movers and dehumidifiers to pull out the remaining moisture from the affected building materials, we will restore your property to its original condition. Any soiled porous materials will be removed and replaced. Anti-microbials will also be applied during the drying process to prevent any mold growth.
Our water damage restoration process includes each of the following:
- 24/7 availability and emergency response
- Water extraction using industrial equipment
- Drying process using high-velocity air movers and dehumidification equipment
- Removal of soiled porous materials
- Application of anti-microbials
- Mold remediation if needed
- Musty odor removal
- Working with insurance agents during the claims process
Don’t hesitate to contact ServiceMaster All Care Restoration at 623-486-0700 for professional water damage restoration in the Glendale, AZ area if your home or building was recently affected by water or flood damage.
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We hold many CE classes with the goal of helping the insurance industry and our customers gain a more knowledge as well as gaining CE credits in the process. All CE Classes meet in Tempe, Arizona. The CE classes are informative, interactive and our are worth 3 hours of credit. For any other questions or for more information call us at 623-486-0700.
By taking one of our CE classes, we offer you an opportunity to lower your loss ratio and improve the service you provide to your insureds. The training program is designed to educate you and your staff about how to reduce the size of many of your property losses, also called loss mitigation.