Water Damage Restoration Process

If you’ve experienced water damage due to a leaky pipe or other reason, then you know how frustrating fixing the problem can be to take care of the problem. Water damage is a serious problem that could significantly damage your home and lead to bacteria growth. To ensure that you take care of the problem and reduce the need for subsequent mold remediation, you should have a better idea of what to expect when it comes to the process of water damage restoration.

Step 1. Our Team Assesses the Damage

Our team will meet you at your home to determine the extent of the damage caused by the water in your home. We will check your walls and flooring to determine the areas of your home that are affected by water damage. One this is done, we will develop an effective, yet efficient strategy for remedying the damage.

Step 2. Water Removal

Once hired, we start the process by removing excess water from your home. We use a variety of tools to do this, including pumps that rapidly remove large amounts of water from your home. Time is of the essence when you have water damage because mold can start to grow within 48 hours.

Step 3. Dehumidification

The next step in our process is ensuring that your home is dry. This step is critical to ensure you don’t have to battle with mold following the process. We use proprietary techniques to bring the moisture levels within the air down. Additionally, we make sure that your floors and walls are dry.

Step 4. Cleanup

Once your home is dry, we work to ensure that your belongings are cleaned. This step is the next step in reducing the instance of mold in your home.

Step 5. Repairs and Renovations

The last step in the process is renovating your home. We work to ensure that anything that is damaged by the water is restored to its original glory.

If you are in need of water damage restoration, we encourage you to give ICON Restoration a call immediately. The sooner we can assess your home; the sooner you can be back in your home stress-free.

From custom home building to claim consulting, we've got you covered. Contact us today!

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ICON was at my home the same day that I called them. They helped me to work with my insurance and made sure that I had the right documentation to get enough money to cover my restoration. All of the damages were covered and ICON handled the entire project quickly. Janice L., Rochester, MI
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