We service and surrounding cities/areas within a 60 Minute Response Time!
AdvantaClean is available 24 hours a day. We will be there to regain control, stop further damage and manage the recovery process.
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When you find out your home has water damage, don’t panic! You should immediately call AdvantaClean, regardless of what day or time it is. Time is of the essence to minimize damage to your home, and we are always on call, 24/7. We will immediately come to your home, assess the situation, and begin the process of preventing further damage. After that, we will help you file a claim with your insurance company and handle all dealings with adjusters, etc. Prompt action is especially important in cases where sewage has entered your home.
Full restoration consists of two major phases. The first, mitigation, consists of demolition, cleaning and drying out the structure and belongings. This phase usually takes no more than 3 – 4 days. The second phase, repairs, can range from a few days to a couple of weeks depending on the degree of damage and lead time of materials such as carpeting, cabinets, or other flooring materials. Your AdvantaClean project manager will work closely with you and your insurance company to develop a full timeline for your mitigation and repairs so that your property is back to normal as quickly as possible.
Water damage certainly has the potential to cause mold growth. Because mold thrives in moist environments, any place that is wet (and especially humid) is a perfect place for mold to grow. Actually, mold can begin to grow within 24-48 hours on anything that contains moisture. It’s very important to take immediate action – waiting only increases the expense of water damage restoration services.
Some signs of hidden water damage include peeling paint and wallpaper, visible mold, moisture and condensation, musty odors, and moisture or dampness in your carpet or other flooring.
Floors will be evaluated as part of the drying process. The equipment that we use is able to dehumidify and dry out wood so that often times it is able to return back to its original shape. The final decision, whether or not to replace the wood, will be made by you and your insurance adjuster if you filed a claim.