If your home or business has been affected by water damage, you know how important it is to restore it back to its original state as soon as possible. We provide 24-hour service so you can be sure that a supervisor will be available if you need help with anything.
After a water leak or flood, never face the damage alone. We’ll do all the necessary work to get your life back on track!
If you need water damage help, there are professionals that can give you a free estimate over the phone or in person. They come to your house and you get the support & advice you need to help with your water restoration problem.
If your home has suffered from water damage, our water restoration experts can help. We specialize in a variety of areas and materials. Generally, we manage the complete repair and restoration process for you which includes everything from pumping to drying or extracting contaminated materials
Our services include:
- Water Damage In Basements
- Water Soiled Carpets
- Drying Water Damage
- Water Damaged Roof
- Water Damage From Burst Pipes
- Hardwood Floors
- Damaged Tiles & Flooring
- Water Damage On Ceilings
- Water Damage On Walls
Why is Fast Response So Important?
After water damage, it’s important to take action as soon as possible to protect the things that have been affected. Experts suggest handling items immediately with caution
The EPA suggests that this prevents long-term damage and the growth of bacteria and fungi.
One study found that wet drywall, if left untreated for 48 hours, showed signs of microbial growth.
Don’t wait a second more before hiring a water damage contractor to help you out with the most crucial step in the process. Waiting it out won’t help and it’s not guaranteed that it can be taken care of, so the sooner they arrive, the higher your chances are at preventing pe
If a construction site has experienced water damage, it might be necessary to remove and discard carpets, insulation & drywall.
Once the floodwater has been cleared, you can move into drying equipment that includes high efficiency dehumidifiers and commercial air movers. These work by removing water vapor from the house as well as moisture from the air.
If you do this as soon as possible, we can minimize the damage and won’t need to do a water damage repair.
3 Important Steps to Cleaning up your Water Damage
During a flood, you go through three stages of water damage:
1. Water Removal
Standing water can usually be extracted. Wet materials like damaged sheetrock, carpet pad or insulation can also be removed.
A professional cleaner is going to be needed to take care of any water cleanup where you live. They’ll need the appropriate space and equipment, as well as enough staff to handle all of your needs. The best thing that you can do is get them on board early on, so that they can work quickly and efficiently. Next up, phase two!
2. Dry out
There are many different options for controlling the effects of water damage like dehumidifiers and air movers. Fast drying is crucial for preventing mold, which can lead to illness.
Industrial grade dehumidifiers paired with powerful air movers can dry out flooded building materials in a matter of hours. They create super-dry air which draws moisture out of the walls and floors much more quickly than traditional drying methods.
Another great benefit provided by dehumidifiers is that they protect areas that were not directly exposed to water. Humid air will eventually cause them to peel or warp and can lead to mold in the future.
The moisture in the air can seep into your structures after flood clean up. To avoid this, make sure to remove excess water before it turns into droplets that can continue the spread of wetness.
3. Water Damage Restoration
Once the water damage has been fixed, you should start repairing the space to bring things back to normal.
If the water damage to your property has left it in a very bad state, you might need to engage the services of experts in the restoration of your home. This process could involve removing baseboards and drilling holes through wall surfaces that are thought to have been more severely damaged.
Water damage can cause your ceiling to sag or collapse over time. If you see any water damage, get it fixed quickly!
Anything that’s been permanently damaged from water – such as insulation, ground level floors and wood that can’t be saved – will need to be replaced.
If you are happy with how they handled the clean-up, consider talking to them about water damage repair. Most contractors know how to do both.
Why Choose Reliable Water Restoration?
The experts say that the first 48 hours following water damage in an occupied building are crucial. Do everything you can during this period to limit permanent damage!
That’s why we were there as soon as possible. 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 work to monitor your job and keep you and your insurance adjuster up to date throughout the drying process.
More information about our company:
Reliable Water Restoration of The Colony, 5104 Nash Dr, The Colony, Texas, 75056, (469) 896-4391
We have many other locations outside The Colony:
75010, 75036, 75056
Fm 423 / N Colony Blvd, Camey, Fm 423 / Overlake Dr, Overlake Dr / Pine Ct, City Center, Taylor St / Turner St
More information about The Colony
The Colony is a city located in the state of Texas. With 44,534 people and six neighborhoods, it is the 84th most populous city in Texas.
The Colony is an expensive place to live but its real estate prices don’t rival the most expensive places in the U.S.
The Colony is a very white-collar city with around 86% of the population working in professional fields. Compared to the national average, this is high and may be a sign that the economy there is good. Most of these positions are sales and office workers, managers, and professionals.
That’s a lot of people living in The Colony who work in sales (14.19%), management occupations (14.18%), and office and administrative support (13.26%).