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Water Damage Repair in Worcester

When your house floods, it doesn’t matter how big or small the water damage is, you need a team of restoration service experts that can guide you through the clean up process. That’s ServiceMaster By Williams.

For more than 30 years, we’ve been helping business and homeowners like you cope with the disastrous effects of water damage. We restore more than your property. We help restore your life.

What Do I Do When I have water damage?

Over the years, we’ve dealt with thousands of homeowners and fielded even more questions. Based on our experience, here is what you should do if your house floods. While our restoration contractors are on the way, you should:

  • Get yourself and your family to a safe place
  • Turn off the circuit breakers in the areas of your home that are affected by water
  • If appropriate, see if you can shut off the main water supply to stop the flooding
  • Always stay safe, but if you can work to remove all valuable items from water damaged are.
  • If you suspect the water is contaminated, get out of the area immediately to avoid health hazards.
  • Do not eat in the area. Seek medical attention for any open wounds that occur in the area immediately.

Water Damage Repair & Your Insurance Company

After you call us to repair your water damage, the next call you should make needs to be to your insurance company. The good news here is that over the decades we’ve been doing water mitigation, we’ve established excellent relationships with all the insurance companies that cover homes or businesses in Massachusetts.

This means we can leverage our relationships to help you get a quick assessment of the water damage along with a realistic expectation of the costs and timeline required to restore your property. Not only do we work on the water extraction and cleanup, we’ll help you work through all the paperwork to get you properly reimbursed quickly.

The Water Damage Repair Company in Worcester

Water is the most destructive force on earth, so when you have water damage in your home or office, we understand how devastating it can be. For more than 30 years, we’ve been providing expert water damage restoration and repair services for people living in central Massachusetts.

Let us help you with:

  • Burst and Leaking Pipes
  • Flooded Basement
  • Roof leaks and failures
  • Ice Dam Water Damage
  • Contaminated Water and Sewage Back-Ups
  • Appliance Ruptures and Leaks
  • Flooding from Rising Water
  • Drying and Dehumidification
  • Carpet, Flooring and Upholstered Furniture
  • Content and Document Drying

Most people understand that water damage needs to be addressed immediately and aggressively. Delaying action will only increase the damage. It’s essential to immediately begin removing the water and drying the area as the initial stage of proper water damage cleanup.

Water Damage Repair in Worcester: Summary of Procedures

  • Conduct an onsite water damage assessment
  • Photograph the damage for documentation
  • Immediate Water Damage Repair including:
    • Removal services
    • Set up fans and dehumidifiers
    • Inspect & move furniture
    • Remove/dispose of soaked carpet, padding or flooring
    • Begin mold prevention & repair
    • Apply microbial or moldicide to prevent bacterial growth
    • Set up monitoring equipment

Why Choose ServiceMaster for your Water Damage Repair?

We understand that your business can’t tolerate business interruption. That’s why we work quickly and efficiently on your water mitigation. ServiceMaster by Williams has the expertise to quickly restore hospitality venues that include dining and meeting areas, guest rooms and entertainment spaces. If necessary, our restoration contractors will even work around-the-clock to get you back to normal as quickly as possible.

Water damage or in a hotel or convention center requires an immediate response and considerable resources. Repairing water damage in a large facility requires not only the right equipment but the right experience. Since guest are booked and conventions have been planned for months, the potential revenue damage can be daunting. At ServiceMasters By Williams, we have the resources of a nationally recognized brand to help mitigate your water damage. We have the available staff and equipment to properly handle any sized water damage restoration project. We’ll get you back in business quickly and help you recover long after the business has been restored.
If you’re business has suffered from water damage, don’t hesitate to call us. We’re ready to help when you need us.

Ways to Prevent Water Damage

  • Use fans to circulate the air and assist drying.
  • Remove as much water as possible by mopping and blotting.
  • Wipe furniture dry.
  • If the outside temperature is above 60 degrees, you can use dehumidifiers.
  • Lift draperies off carpet, loop through a plastic or wood coat hanger, and place the hanger on the drapery rod.
  • Prop up wet furniture cushions for even drying and place small wood blocks or aluminum foil under furniture legs.
  • Remove wet area rugs or other floor coverings.
  • Open drawers and doors to enhance drying.
  • Move photos, paintings, and art objects to a safe, dry location.
  • Remove wet fabrics and dry them as soon as possible. Hang furs and leather goods to dry separately at room temperature.
  • Remove damp books from shelves and spread out to dry.
  • If your air system has been inspected by a professional and has been deemed safe for use, you can use your air conditioner or heater to assist with drying
  • Do it yourself water repair
  • Switch off the circuit breakers that provide power to the area that is affected by water damage.
  • If it is safe, try to stop the flow of water by shutting off your main water supply.
  • Call ServiceMaster and our experts will be on their way promptly.
  • Remove all valuable items from the flooded/damaged area. This should include important documents and valuable personal items.
  • If you suspect that the water damage is occurring due to a contaminated source, such as the sewer line, vacate the area immediately to prevent any serious health hazards.