The majority of property damage cases involve water damage because there are many ways that water can cause damage in a home or building. Weather conditions like flooding and excessive rain can cause water to get into a home, and water damage can also occur if there is a roof leak, plumbing or appliance issue, or sewage backup. Anything from a leak to standing water can cause property damage as it spreads through porous materials and causes staining, structural damage, and mold. You need to react immediately to water damage on your property to prevent its spread and limit the damage.
At ServiceMaster All Care Restoration, we provide complete water damage restoration services for homes and businesses in Phoenix, AZ and the surrounding areas. Our technicians are certified, licensed, and insured to remove excess water and moisture using advanced equipment and restoration techniques. We will also fully repair and restore structural materials and furnishings damaged by water.
Problems with Water and Flooding
Water can cause a considerable amount of damage in a home or building because of how it spreads through porous building materials and furnishings. Wood, drywall, insulation, flooring, and furniture absorb excess water which can lead to staining, warping, and rotting. If wood and drywall are heavily affected, it can threaten their structural integrity. The presence of water and moisture also increases the risk for mold growth which will add to the damage and create hazardous conditions.
Professional Water Mitigation
If there is water damage on your property, whether it is a leak or a flood, you need to call our professionals right away to contain the damage and begin the restoration. We can handle all levels of water damage and ensure that standing water and moisture is removed effectively using advanced water extraction and drying equipment. We are also prepared to deal with any mold growth, and we will restore the damaged areas to their original condition.
Our water damage restoration services consist of the following steps:
- Thorough assessment of the damage to identify the source of the water and create a restoration plan
- Removal of standing water with water extraction equipment
- Drying of the affected areas using air movers and dehumidification equipment
- Cleaning and restoration of the affected areas and materials
- Application of anti-microbials and odor removal
- Content cleaning and restoration including electronic equipment restoration and data and document recovery
If your home or business in the Phoenix, AZ area is affected by water or flooding, make sure you call ServiceMaster All Care Restoration immediately. Our trained and equipped technicians will arrive ready to contain and remove the water and restore the damage. We can also help you through the claims process with your insurance provider.
You can reach ServiceMaster All Care Restoration 24 hours a day at (623) 486-0700 for water damage emergencies in Phoenix, AZ and the surrounding areas.
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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.