Water Damage Restoration In Pennsylvania
- IICRC Certified
- Mold Testing
- Fast Turn Around Rate
- Low Cost
- Residential & Commercial
- Licensed and Insured
- Members of the Better Business Bureau
- 24 Hour Emergency Service
- 2 Hour On-Site Guarantee for Pike County
- Complete Remediation Services
- Locally Owned and Operated
THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW
Water damage restoration is held to a certain standard in Pennsylvania. It is regulated by the Department of Consumer Affairs. Our Registration number is # 13VH07774500. We are also Nationally Certified by the IICRC (the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification). The IICRC is a certification and standard-setting nonprofit organization for the inspection, cleaning, and restoration companies. It formulates health and safety related industry standards and creates standards to help develop common, industry-accepted language and terminology regarding cleaning, inspection and restoration. We follow the ANSI/IICRC S500 Standard and Reference Guide for Professional Water Damage Restoration. This Standard provides a specific set of practical standards for water damage restoration and provides the foundation for basic principles of proper restoration practices.
THE STEPS TO RESTORATION
There are a number of steps included in the process. These steps include determining what category of contamination (sanitary, non sanitary, grossly contaminated or as illustrated in the photo; clean, grey, and black) you are dealing with and also what level of water damage you have (minimal damage through detrimental damage). Once we investigate the class and category of water loss or water damage we are dealing with, we can create a plan of action and being the restoration process. Our goal is to provide you with the best services possible at an affordable rate, to protect you and your loved ones from hazardous areas and illness and to get you back into your home as quickly as possible.
It is very important that the restoration process starts as soon as possible. The purpose is to reduce overall damage and reduce the chance of mold. If you allow items to stay wet for longer than 72 hours it is highly probable that mold will begin to grow. Once there is mold, the restoration process becomes much harder and much more expensive to remediate. It is important to eliminate all excess water and dry the remainder. The best approach is to clean and sanitize these areas, removing as much of the wetness as soon as possible by using commercial grade dehumidification units (fastest and most efficient method used for absorbing moisture) These steps, along with a variety of techniques and specialized equipment, will provide you with fast and efficient services that will adhere to the IICRC health and safety standards; all at the lowest cost to you!
Does your home need flood or water damage cleanup?
- Are the walls discolored or looking a little out of sorts?
- Are there leftover water marks that are on the walls looking a bit odd and disgusting?
- Sagging paint or walls? Is the wood around your windows warped or bulging?
**Unattended water damage can quickly become a mold and fungal issue**
What to look for when it comes to possible mold or fungal spores that are left behind:
- Look for spots where moisture accumulates and
- Check around areas in your home where water flows; pipes, sinks, faucets etc.
- Are there any water leaks underneath certain areas of the house or office?
- Look under everything. And everything includes carpets, furniture, drapes and cabinets and any other items within all areas where water damage is suspected.
Water loss cleanup tips for the do-it-yourself individual.
- Clean all areas within 24 to 48 hours. Open up doors and windows to get rid of the odors as well as excess humidity-especially if it is dryer outside.
- Clean all surfaces with water and detergent. A light bleach and water mixture works well to not only clean but disinfect. Leave no surface untouched. The idea is to get to the mold before it gets to you and your family.
Systematic Cleaning and Restoration is the IICRC firm you need to call for all your water damage questions and needs, Call today!
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