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Water Damage Restoration in Ashburn

If your home or business has experienced water restoration, you know the importance of getting things back on track as soon as possible. With 24-hour availability, you can discuss your needs with a supervisor who will dispatch crews to start working on repairs.

Feel confused and discouraged by a water damage incident? Call us and we’ll do all the cleaning and drying work necessary to get your life back on track.

There are specialized plumbing experts that can come to your house to provide you with a free estimate. This way, you get your life back to normal and you’re in charge of fixing what’s broken.

We specialize in water extraction and restoration for various surfaces and materials, such as wet carpets or hardwood. We can even help with complete water damage repair.

Our services include:

  • Water Damage On Ceilings
  • Hardwood Floors
  • Water Damage From Burst Pipes
  • Water Damaged Roof
  • Drying Water Damage
  • Water Soiled Carpets
  • Water Damage In Basements
  • Damaged Tiles & Flooring
  • Water Damage On Walls

Why is Fast Response So Important?

After a water damage incident, it’s important to mitigate the issue as soon as possible. Experts suggest taking immediate steps such as handling removed items with care. The EPA also notes that this is critical for preventing long-term damage and the growth of microbiological contaminants like mold & bacteria.

One study found that wet drywall, if left untreated for 48 hours, already showed evidence of microbial growth.

Don’t wait for a second more before hiring a water damage contractor to help you out with the most crucial step in this process. It’s not guaranteed that it can be taken care of, so the sooner they arrive the greater your chances are at preventing any permanent damages from happening.

If water is ever involved in a construction zone, it might be necessary to remove and discard materials like carpet, insulation & sheetrock.

Once the water has been cleared from the affected areas, you can then turn to dry equipment that includes high-efficiency dehumidifiers and commercial air movers. These work by removing moisture from the structure and air.

The sooner all this is done, the less damage will occur and the less need there will be for water damage repair.

3 Important Steps to Cleaning up your Water Damage

During a flood, you will always be going through 3 phases of water damage:

1. Water Removal

Standing water can usually be extracted and wet materials like carpet pad, damaged sheetrock, or insulation removed.

You will need a professional cleaner with proper equipment, manpower, and space to undertake the task of cleaning up the water in your home. The sooner you get them on board, the quicker you can work on phase 2.

2. Dry out

There are many different mitigation techniques that are important for controlling the effects of water damage like dehumidifiers and air movers. Fast-drying is really critical, as moisture can cause mold to grow, which can lead to illness.

Building materials can take months to dry out after being flooded. But an industrial-grade dehumidifier paired with a powerful air mover can produce super-dry air, drawing moisture out of the walls and floors, slicing the drying time down to just days.

Dehumidifiers also protect areas that were not directly exposed to water such as paint, carpets, furniture, and others. Humid air can cause them to peel or warp and cause mold in the future.

To keep your drywall, wood, and other structural materials from getting wet again during clean-up, it’s important to remove excess water from the air.

3. Water Damage Restoration

Once the water damage has been fixed, you can start repairing the space to bring things back to normal.

If the water damage was significant enough, it is likely that the baseboards along the bottom of your wall will be taken off and holes drilled to help dry up any water left in your walls. Removal of carpet & pad might also be necessary.

Water damage can cause sagging or even collapse of sheetrock ceilings.

Any items that are permanently damaged from water, such as insulation, items in the basement and other ground-level floors that have come into contact with water, and any wood floors that can’t be saved will have to be replaced.

Most water damage contractors who specialize in water removal will also come with the equipment, expertise, and knowledge to fix the damages caused by the water. If you are happy with how they handled the clean-up, talk to them about the repair process.

Why Choose Reliable Water Restoration?

The experts know that the first 48 hours are critically important to limiting water damage after a wet structure is dealt with.

That’s why we were on our way quickly. We removed all standing water, blocked up furniture to get it away from the moisture, set up advanced drying equipment to dry the structure and contents, and applied an EPA registered mildewcide to all wet areas.

Our crew will continuously monitor the job and keep you and your insurance adjuster up to date throughout the drying process.

Our company information:

Reliable Water Restoration of Ashburn, 43512 Plantation Terrace, Ashburn, Virginia, 20147, (571) 646-4991

https://www.google.com/maps?cid=11670864958583818053

Our service covers those areas and beyond:

20103, 20104, 20146, 20147, 20149, 20166

Ashburn Village, Ashburn Farm, Ryan, Brambleton, Broadlands

More information about Ashburn

Ashburn is located in the state of Virginia and has a population of 46,349 people. The town has 18 constituent neighborhoods with a resident population totaling 46,349 people.

Ashburn VA home prices are both high-priced and one of the most expensive in America.

Ashburn is primarily employed in white-collar work occupations, which consist of management, salespeople, professionals. The town’s workforce is 91.71% white-collar, while 65.74% of people are living below the poverty line.

According to the latest census, 17.23% of people living in Ashburn work in management occupations, 13.28% are in computer science/math and 11.07% are office/administrative support staff.