Rapid Dry Is Your Local Water Damage Restoration Company
Common Causes Of Water Damage
A clogged toilet and leaky pipe are common plumbing issues, so you rarely panic when they occur on your property. Nevertheless, it’s unwise to take these problems lightly because they can escalate into bigger problems without any warning. Some of these problems include:
Burst & Frozen Pipes
Sewage & Toilet Overflows
Dealing with these types of water disasters is nearly impossible to do alone. Recovering from them will also become a big challenge since they can inflict serious property damages that are expensive to repair.
For this reason, it’s in your best interest to contact Rapid Dry immediately when a water-related disaster takes place in your building.
Damaged Contents Restoration Process
If you suspect, or have found, water damage in your home or business call Rapid Dry for a quick and free, professional water inspection. Upon receiving your call, we will send out one of our certified water damage specialists to conduct a thorough inspection of your property, identifying any water damage and providing us with the information we need to put together a proper damage evaluation and restoration plan.
As soon as you’ve reviewed our restoration plan, we will send out our team to begin the water removal phase. Using professional grade water extraction equipment, our team will work tirelessly to rid your property of any standing water. This step is extremely important as it can save your home or business from any further damage caused by the standing water.
With all the standing water out of your home or business, the Rapid Dry team can start really addressing the damage caused by the water. In this step we will work to identify and remove any materials that have been damaged beyond repair. This is necessary to stop the water from continuing to further saturate and damage absorbant materials like drywall, floorboards, and ceilings.
Water removal is only one half of the water extraction phase, since it focuses on addressing the standing water. Part two of the water extraction phase is the drying and dehumidification, which sucks the lingering water from the saturated materials.
In this step we will keep a tab on the relative moisture content in the various saturated materials in your home or business. By tracking these metrics we are able to predict how long the drying phase will take, and when we have sufficiently dried your property. Conducting this step correctly is an important step in preventing hazardous molds from growing in your home or business.
In our experience, the best way to ensure that you receive fair coverage from your insurance is for us to accurately document the entire restoration process. We will be taking photos of the progress, listing damaged items, and maintaining clear records throughout the entire process.
The extent of water damage can vary greatly depending on the severity of the disaster. Rapid Dry is a licensed general contractor capable of helping you complete all of the repairs necessary to return your home or business back to normal.
Rapid Dry Is Always Ready To Help
How To Spot Water Damage
Water damage is sometimes hidden, but if you know what to look for it can be pretty obvious. Here are a few clear signs that you have water damage:
- Water rings on the walls or ceiling.
- Soft or sagging spots on the floor around bathtubs, toilets, sinks and washing machines.
- Warping and discoloration under any sinks.
- Rust on your water heater can indicate a leak which may cause water damage.
- A musty or mildew smell is a clear sign of water damage and a potential mold issue.
- Water damage to flooring can cause it to be warped, disfigured, split or cracked.
Rapid Dry offers free inspections and estimates that are guaranteed to be quick and accurate so you can get back to your life as soon as possible.
As skilled restoration professionals, we utilize the latest equipment on each job to ensure that your building is quickly returned to its pre-damaged condition.
Help With Insurance
We’re dedicated to helping you recover from the disaster, including working with your insurance agency to file a comprehensive insurance claim on your behalf.