Even though water damage to your home may appear minor, there may be hidden damages that you can't see which could cause potential health hazards if left untreated. We will assess and remediate you water damages and make sure that all hidden damages are addressed.
Mold and Mildew will grow fast in any area of your home where moisture has contacted an organic substrate such as wood or drywall paper. They can cause irreversible damage to your property and pose a major risk to your health and the wellbeing of your family.
Accidental fires can strike at any moment. Fires can originate from faulty wiring and faulty appliances. Human error can also be a cause of fire damage. If your home is affected by fire, it’s important to act quickly and decisively to prevent further damage.
If your home has been affected by a fire, there can be plenty of smoke damage residue throughout the property. Smoke and soot residue are extremely corrosive and will destroy materials if they are left to sit and penetrate.
Flood damage can strike your home unexpectedly. Any large scale flooding that carries seawater and water from rivers, lakes, and swamps poses an immediate health risk to you and your family members.
Storms are very common in Florida. When a storm hits, freshwater and saltwater get mixed. They can be carried almost a mile inland by the storm surge and break into your house causing serious damage to your property.
Floods, sump pump damage, and water tank leaks can affect your home unexpectedly. If water is not extracted immediately and the area dried completely, damage to your property can become irreversible.
Moisture or humidity are not always visible to the naked eye. An affected structure may look and feel dry, but resistant moisture can continue damaging your property beyond what you can sense.
Damaged or neglected surfaces such as flooring, counters, and marble will look dull over time, and require a professional upkeep. Our specialty restoration services will give them the polish they need to look their best again.
The type of water damage you are dealing with will determine the procedure to follow. The Institute of International Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) groups water damage in three main categories according to the quality of water. https://t.co/BK5JHbEQSG— Liberty Restores (@LibertyRestores) August 20, 2018