Water damage is stressful, and it can take a long time to recover. In addition to removing mold, tearing out floorboards, tearing down walls, replacing sidings, or completely overhauling your basement, it also may require you to remove mold and rip out floorboards. If the list of repairs needed seems endless, you aren’t alone. 

Cleaning and restoring a property differs depending on the situation, but the general process remains the same. Our team will provide the following services to you:  

Damage assessment and inspection 

To restore the area, we first need to identify and stop the source of the water. We will thoroughly inspect your property before beginning the water removal phase. It will be helpful for us to develop an effective action plan if we know how severe and widespread the damage is. 

Getting Rid of Water  

The water will be removed from your property with the help of powerful vacuums and pumps. It doesn’t matter how much you have, and whether you have a few inches or thousands of gallons, our advanced machines can handle it all! 

Drying and dehumidifying  

We will remove all existing moisture from your property after all water has been removed. Water can be retained in porous materials such as drywall. Consequently, mold growth will be a consequence of this. With our team, you can be sure that this will not happen. Our equipment includes advanced drying and dehumidification tools and tools to monitor the progress of the process. 

Sanitation and Cleaning 

You’ll likely need to hire a professional cleaner at this point. Every item in your home is sanitized and cleaned. Furniture, clothing, as well as upholstering, are included in this list!  

The restoration process 

Finally, you will need to restore your home or business to its original condition before the flood. It is possible that minor repairs, such as installing new carpet, or more extensive ones, such as reconstruction, are involved in property restoration.

Does water damage your property? 

Are you looking for a water damage restoration company? 

Connect with one of our water damage experts by calling Commercial Water Damage Colorado today.