Paul Davis Flood Damage Removal
Water damage occurs in many various ways and can hit even the most prepared business or homeowner. Various flood damage scenarios need different solutions. Whatever the origin or size of flood damage in your business, Paul Davis Emergency Services respond fast and professionally.
Continue for more about a few of the most common types of flood damage below:
Long periods of rain will put any building’s foundation on trial. When storms get dangerous, water becomes a powerful force. Whether it’s a flood, hurricane, or blizzard, if water harms your property, it’s a serious issue. Nobody is prepared for every scenario, but if something goes wrong, you’ll have our expertise.
Basements attract lots of runoff water, be it from rain, roof damage, a broken water pump, or other sources. It just takes a single break in the foundation for water to invade. Paul Davis professionals are highly trained to eliminate flooding from cellars, sanitize and restore your home goods, and dry everything effectively to minimize damage. Our team doesn’t rest until we have confirmed that the work is done.
Problems with Sewer Backups
Sewer flooding is not just nasty, it’s dangerous. Black or grey water contamination carries microbes that can lead to serious illness. Flooding from sewer blockages should be considered an emergency and be handled right away. Qualified Paul Davis technicians inspect and remove the damage from the backup and all stagnant water damage may have happened. Our technology and years of education will fix the issues with safety and quality.
Appliance Malfunctions & Busted Pipes
If a sink, tub, washing machine or other appliance breaks, the outcome can range from annoying to hazardous. Standing flooding on the floor can drain into tight spots, and pool in hard-to-reach areas. You then cause floor damage and invite a mold contamination. If your water damage starts from bathroom or kitchen malfunction, you additionally risk spreading pathogens. Call a specialist inspect the area to avoid further costs later on.
It’s tragic enough for a property to take on fire damage, but it’s worse to be left with water damage in the days after the blaze. In the process of killing an indoor fire, your property can be left with water damage. Such a one-two punch of severe damage can leave your space devastated. Paul Davis has the training to eliminate all fire or water damage left.