It can happen to anyone and when they least expect it. Water damage to your St. Louis County property can result in serious problems in your home, and putting off the water damage restoration process can end up costing you thousands in the future. Whether your area has just experienced flooding conditions, your toilet overflowed, or you just have a small leak in your sink that went unnoticed, you owe it to yourself to seek out professional water damage restoration service to get to the root of the problem before it gets even worse.
Understanding the Process
While the general nature of water damage can vary, the restoration process remains relatively the same in St. Louis county or anywhere else in the Missouri area. After making initial contact with the pros, you will schedule a time for them to assess the water damage and home. It’s important to find a restoration company willing to meet you at your St. Louis County location as soon as possible to quickly get the process started. Next, the water extraction process will begin, and this includes:
- Moving belongings susceptible to damage
- Removing excess water using submersible pumps and industrial wet-dry vacuums
- Inspection of carpet and carpet pad and removal if necessary
- Inspection to detect possible development of mold, fungus and spores
To finish off, our crew will dry and dehumidify the impacted area as well as clean and sanitize to get your home or office back to its original condition.
On the Scene When You Need Us
The experienced staff here at Rapid Dry in St. Louis County understands that each water damage restoration call we take requires expedience. When you work with us, you will find that we treat your home as if it were our own, and we are with you every step of the way. We will send a crew to your site quickly upon initial contact, and we’re there to answer questions and address concerns from start to finish.
For a FREE water damage estimate in St. Louis County, call Rapid Dry, LLC right now at:
Chesterfield, Florissant and University City Missouri.