RESIDENTIAL RESTORATION MIAMI
Residential Water Damage Assessment
When we come to your residential property to assess damage, there are a variety of points we will hit to ensure every part of the home has been inspected. This is done for both residential and commercial properties. We will first identify the source of the overflowing water, if it has come from within the home. If it has not already been stopped, we will terminate it. The next step is to determine what type of water has flooded the property, whether it’d be clean, gray, or black water. The type of water found may warrant additional treatments. For example, extensive black water may mean higher chances of microbes that have been swept in from the ground outside, meaning extra precautions must be taken during the sanitization process. A complete inventory of damage to the home is taken, noting every rotted or otherwise damaged structure. Mold and mold growth is identified, both with tools designed to detect them as well as a general intake of the air to detect the distinctive odor of the organism. We will then perform water extraction in the home. Extra attention will be paid to the floor area, assessing both the carpet and the floor beneath it. You can relax in knowing you won’t have to move any furniture or other items unless you want. We will do that and return them to their original place when the job is completed.
Cleanup after Restoration
The “cleanup” after restoration can be our job as well. We can remove items you no longer need or that are too damaged for you to keep. We will of course remove refuse/rubbish and other waste materials. Finally, we will take steps to ensure the air in your home is fresh and clean for you to breathe. We have several options for deodorizing. Many of our treatments also include disinfecting and applying anti-microbial treatments, which can be power steps in eliminating unpleasant smells.
Contact Water Restoration Miami today to schedule a cleanup and restoration of your residential property. To learn more on flood preparations and precautions, please visit our Water Damage FAQ page for more details.