Water Removal Services in Connecticut, Massachusetts & New York
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When flooding threatens your home, ServiceMaster Restoration by Wills is the water damage restoration company to call. We have years of experience dealing with all types of flooding and the damage it wreaks. Just ask for a list of our satisfied customers.
Whether your problem is due to burst pipes, a leaking water heater, sump pump failure, a sewer backup, a severe storm, a damaged roof, or a river or tidal surge ServiceMaster Restoration by Wills is ready to help. We offer water pumping and water extraction services around the clock. In addition, our mobile drying equipment can be set up quickly. We're water damage repair experts serving New Haven, Hartford, Stamford, Norwalk, New Rochelle, Springfield and nearby areas throughout Connecticut, Massachusetts & New York!
Delay can cause additional damage. Some of the hidden dangers of water damage include:
- Explosive growth of mold, bacteria, and other potentially harmful microorganisms
- Deterioration of indoor air quality
- Persistent odors
- Toxic chemical contamination due to spilled solvents and fuels
- Contamination due to sewage waste backups
- Tough-to-remove silt residue on all submerged surfaces after natural flooding
- Electrocution hazards and appliance fires when power returns
Avoid these potential hazards by contacting ServiceMaster Restoration by Wills' emergency hotline to have one of our experts come out right away to begin with flood cleanup services. Whatever the source of your water troubles, we can help!
Common Household Sources of Water Damage
The scope of water damage restoration depends largely upon the source of the water and types of materials affected. Professional water damage remediation specialists recognize three categories of water sources. Category 1 is from a clean or sanitary source, such as a water heater, a burst water heater or dishwasher hose, or clean water in a toilet tank. Category 2 water contains some level of contaminants, such as washing machine and dishwasher overflow. Category 3 water, sometimes known as black water, is from unsanitary sources, such as sewage, rivers, sea, and standing water with microbial populations. Whether you are dealing with water damage from ice dams or a burst pipe, we can stop the flooding and repair the damage quickly and effectively.
We Can Handle All Types of Flood Damage Restoration
Water damage may also be defined by the types of materials affected by flooding. Class 1 damage is relatively limited, such as the corner of a room. Materials in contact with the water are not very porous and may include structural wood, hardwood flooring, and ceramic tile. Evaporation is minimal. Class 2 water damage may encompass an entire room and has soaked into porous materials, such as carpeting and upholstered furnishings. Class 3 damage is often due to water coming into lower floors from overhead, such as when an upstairs bathroom leaks undetected for a longer period of time. Walls, ceilings, insulation, carpeting and sub-floor have become saturated. Class 4 damage is when the water has infiltrated materials that are difficult to dry, such as concrete and plaster. No matter how the water got there, we know we want the water out; and with our emergency water removal service, we can restore your property faster than you think!
Some specialized restoration jobs require advanced techniques. We can restore artwork to its original condition, as well as documents and print photos. If your electronics that were affected by water, we can test and, in many cases, restore them to working order. When it comes to water damage restoration, it's important to have a contractor that you can trust to restore your property.
ServiceMaster Restoration by Wills will work with your flood insurance company, taking care of the paperwork, and setting up direct billing.