Water Damage Restoration
8 am to 5 pm Emergency Service - A Higher Standard of Restoration
Business, Non-profit, and Goverment Entities
These are a few clients where we have completed some or all of the water damage restoration process for one or more of their facilities.
We Reduce Downtime vs Other Options
The savings from downtime alone is reason commercial customers choose us. But our process delivers superior quality indoor air too!
Homeowners, Property Managers, and Landlords
We provide free visual inspections and estimates for homeowners, property managers, and landlords.
If you are a renter and need a professional inspection and mold test so you have the information you need to persuade your property management to take action, we charge $99 to come out + $300 for two air quality mold test samples which pays for third-party lab fees.
Water Damage Restoration Process
If your situation is urgent and you need a water damage professional to walk you through what you need to do, call us immediately.
Is water entering the property from outside or from a pipe, fixture or appliance inside?
If it is related to a pipe, fixture or appliance, turn off the water main.
If the source is coming from outside . . . Is it weather-related, groundwater, or a possible sprinkler pipe?
You may need to turn off the sprinkler main or "plug" the hole in the building envelope allowing water in.
Water Damage Inspection
We can be at your place within the hour if you call between 8 am and 5 pm, any day of the week
The purpose of the inspection is to...
- accurately assess the work required to fully restore your home's previous appeal and its air to perfect health.
- Give you a timeline for getting back to normal
- Provide a cost estimate
- And if desired discuss next steps to find out how much your insurance will cover
This step may or may not be required. For flooding or extensive water buildup we will vacuum up the water and moisture.
Drying + Dehumidificiation
With the bulk of the water removed, the next step is to dry out your belongings and the structure of your home. Mold can grow with 60% relative humidity and 24 hours. All moisture must be eliminated to prevent any additional mold from growing and sporing.
We minimize the need for demolition with the use of our dry fog, but there are instances where physical removal of damaged and moldy materials is unavoidable. We will communicate what we leave and what we remove so you know how much transformation to expect.
HEPA scrubbers are the next step to clean the air of your property. Like water extraction gets the bulk of moisture out, air scrubbing gets the bulk of the mold spores and other air contaminants out of your air.
Dry Fogging is the last step of air and surface remediation. If occupant health is important to you, then dry fogging is a must.
We dry fog your home twice. Once with an EPA registered, hospital-grade sterilant and once with an FDA registered antimicrobial that provides 90 days of ongoing cleaning and protection. Treating all types of mold, viruses and bacteria on surfaces and in the air.
Your home will be healthier and more sanitary than the day it was built.
Indoor + Outdoor Mold Tests
To confirm air quality, we include two air quality mold tests after dry fogging. We take an indoor sample, then take an outdoor sample and compare the two.
We guarantee fresh air indoors, or we fog again.
If any deconstruction of walls, flooring, and other materials had to happen, then painting and reconstruction come next.
Like every other step, we will work with you and general contractors to the extent necessary to ensure business and life are back to normal.
We understand that in a perfect world, we could always afford the professional. If you are determined to take a project on by yourself to save money but would like advice and perhaps just one or two of the services done by Pure Maintenance. Give us a call, we will work with you.
This includes sending you a mold test kit.
Will Insurance Pay?
Most property insurance companies will cover the cost of water damage restoration and mold remediation. Pull out your policy and call your insurance company to find out, and ask whether they require mold testing before you start your project, in order to prove you have mold. If so, this is an extra cost., but well worth it.
The process to submit and recoup costs from insurance companies can be daunting. If you want to maximize what your insurance pays, we will recommend a public claims adjuster with a success rate in getting insurance companies to pay. We can also assist with direct submissions to save you the hassle.
Get the Restoration Process Started
An emergency visit, visual water damage restoration inspection, and estimate are always FREE.
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Urgent? ... We can visit within 24 hours