We know that when you are looking for a water damage restoration company, you need a team that is fast, reliable, and experienced. We pride ourselves on excelling at all three.
Starting the drying process quickly can remove moisture from the affected areas, and reduce the risk of mold growth – helping you avoid potentially costly mold removal services – which often involve tear-out and reconstruction. If you already have an issue, mold remediation is necessary, but whenever possible, avoiding lingering moisture, and mold is the healthiest and most cost-effective route to go.
Whether your home is wet from storm damage, roof leaks, burst pipes, sewage backups, or even fire damage, our team is here to help you navigate the water damage restoration process.
Our water damage restoration service is locally owned and operated. We work directly with your insurance, our team is IICRC certified, and has over 15 years of experience.
Here are just a few reasons our customers love working with us:
If you find yourself with standing water in your home for any reason, don’t hesitate to reach out for a free estimate. Our friendly service professionals are standing by and ready to help.
Hopefully, you never need mold remediation or water damage restoration services, but if you do, our team would love to help you get back to normal. We live in, work in, and love Nashville, TN. If you want a locally owned service that cares about your home or office, we hope you will give us a call.
We will always go above and beyond to keep our reputation as one of the top water damage restoration services in Nashville because it means we are doing an excellent job for our customers – which makes it possible for us to keep doing what we love – helping people get back to normal life ASAP.
Let us minimize the damaging effects of standing water in your home through our water removal and structural drying process.
As soon as you notice water intrusion into your home, you should first look for and stop the cause when possible. This could include shutting off your main water supply valve or calling an emergency plumber. In the event of flood damage, you would need to wait for flood waters to recede before you begin pumping water from your home.
Once you stop the source, you should contact a water damage restoration company to begin the drying process as quickly as possible – as well as let your insurance agent know about the issue to see if you have coverage.
Yes. If you do not promptly dry wet/water-damaged areas, the total damage is likely to increase. It is important that you begin the drying and extraction process as quickly as possible once you discover water in your home. However, you should also consult with a certified water damage company to make sure you are doing so safely. For example, if you have mold, you wouldn’t want to turn on air movers and spread it around the space.
Microbial growth can begin in as little as 24-48 hours of water exposure. Until treated and dried, mold can continue to grow and spread, causing more damage. This means it is important to start the drying process as soon as possible, while also taking steps to treat or eliminate the mold.
Hidden water damage is not uncommon, so knowing what to look for is always a good idea. If you see staining on walls or ceilings, bubbling, cracking, or even notice a bad smell, those could all be warning signs of hidden water damage.
Many professionals use specialized meters and IR cameras to verify whether or not hidden water is present. Depending upon the severity, you made need to completely remove the affected materials and replace them, along with drying the structure. If you are not certain, reach out for a free inspection.
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