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Cause Of Water Damage
There are numerous different causes of water damage. The most common is burst pipes, which can be caused by anything blocked and backed up toilets and drains and faulty garbage disposals to roots from trees growing into your homes sewer lines. Leaking pipes are another cause of water damage and most often caused by old and rusting pipes. Leaks can also be caused by hoses and joints that are not properly attached. Water damage can also be caused by household appliances, such as dish washers, washing machines and water heaters, malfunctioning, as well as, heating, ventilating and air conditioning units. Another major cause of damage is weather related issues, including flash floods, sudden storms and hurricanes. DryCare Restoration is experienced on dealing with all of these issues.
If any of these things do happen to your homes, the damage may be extensive and many repairs may be needed. Water damage causes floors to buckle and cracks, paint and wallpaper to peel and discolor, and both walls and ceilings to warp, crack and even sag. Odors may appear from stagnate water and mold and mildew could begin to grow causing discoloration of walls. Carpets, most often, need removed and replaced. No matter the extent of the damage, professionals at DryCare Restoration are qualified to handle it.
Drycare Daring process
While every situation is different, DryCare Restoration offers the services to get your home back to the condition it was in before the burst pipes or hurricane. Starting with 24 hour emergency services, you can always reach someone and a restoration specialist will be sent to your home as quick as possible to stop the water flow and assess the damage. After that any stagnant water will be removed, along with furniture and carpet that cannot be saved. Any other debris, such as fallen ceiling tiles, will also be removed.
From there, the process of drying and dehumidifying the water damaged area begins. This is done with the use of industrial sized dehumidifiers and high speed air movers. The drying process is tracked using monitoring equipment to ensure that the moisture is completely removed. Once dry, the restoration process begins. Everything that can be cleaned will be cleaned using methods from wet and dry cleaning to abrasive and subversive cleaning. Your home will also be completely deodorized. The extent of restoration depends on the extent of damage, but DryCare Restoration will handle it all. They remove and install drywall, replace hardwood floors, tile and carpet, and repaint walls. Temporary protective measures, such as tarp roofs and boarding up windows, are also taken to ensure that your home is safe during the restoration process.
Whether caused by a flash flood, broken water heater or leaking pipes, DryCare Restoration will help you every step of the way. While having extensive water damage in your home is stressful and upsetting, calling them will make the process a lot easier to deal with.