Columbus Water Damage Restoration

Water damage to your home and its contents can be effectively addressed with the help of our experienced team. After a flood, you may feel that your furniture, carpets and other items are damaged beyond repair. However, in most cases, we can use proven cleaning techniques to restore items that have been affected by flood waters.

Heirlooms that have been in your family for generations and even recent acquisitions that have sentimental or financial value, can be restored. Call us as soon as you realize that a leak or another source of water has caused a problem. We will come directly to you and take steps to prevent further damage.

Your doors may swell after they’ve been affected by moisture. The same will happen to your windows and wood floors,, which are likely to warp. Metal throughout your home may exhibit signs of corrosion.

 All of the changes to wood and metal in your home can result in structural deterioration and you might not realize it until it’s extensive. This is why it’s important to have a professional team do a thorough inspection.

Types of Water Damage

Water damage in your home can come from relatively clean sources, such as a damaged pipe or overflowing sink. We also have considerable experience with helping people who have been negatively impacted by contaminated water.

As long as there are no electrical problems, clean water damage can be resolved fairly quickly, so you can get back to your regular activities. There are no health risks associated with it, so our team can move on to the next stage of cleanup.

Gray water damage is different, since it does pose a health risk to you and our team. If the water is cloudy or otherwise appears to be contaminated, cleanup will have to be done in a different way. However, we can still restore your home, so that you can feel comfortable again. 

All of the wet areas in your home that were exposed to water must be dried out. Even areas that were only a bit damp will have to be dried out completely to prevent additional mold growth. When we speed the process with our industrial tools, we help to prevent long-term damage.