We Help You Go with the Flow & Get Back to Normal After Flood Damage in the Greater Tampa Bay area

When your home or business experiences flooding, whether it be from a storm-related incident or a property matter, our team will help you get to the source and help you recover. You may be wondering how flood damage differs from water damage, it sounds like the same thing right? Well, flood damage is typically more severe with water damage being only one part of this larger natural disaster. Floods have the ability to leave feet of water in your home and endanger the safety and stability of your property with shifted walls and damaged foundations in an instant.

That’s why hiring the right team is critical for the safety, security, and future of your home or business – that’s what Disaster Recovery Pros can promise!

The Risks of Flood Damage

Florida is one of the top states for flood risk, due to our proximity to beautiful beaches and our frequent storms and hurricanes. Even low-risk areas can be affected by flood damage, so while you may not think it will happen to you, it’s good to be prepared just in case.

Risks of flood damage include:

  • Structural Damage
  • Broken Pipes
  • Electrical Damage & Exposed Wires
  • Exposure to Bacteria & Disease
  • Growth of Harmful Mold
  • And More…

For these reasons and more, it’s important to get your home inspected after flood damage, regardless of severity as long-term property damage can happen quickly.

Flood Damage Restoration & Repair Services

Our process aims to diagnose the cause of the flood damage and provide you with a fair estimate to quickly restore your property to pre-disaster condition.

Here’s how:

  • Property Evaluation & Safety Assessment
  • Free Estimate
  • Restoration Plans with Clear Timeline & Budgets
  • Water Extraction
  • Dry Out & Dehumidification
  • Mold Remediation
  • Restorative Construction
  • Insurance Claims & Billing

Our team makes stressful flood damage situations as hassle-free as possible, which includes handling the insurance claim and direct insurance billing post-flood disaster.

Flood Damage Checklist for Emergency Situations

While our emergency response teams arrive at your property in less than two hours, to prevent further damage we recommend you do the following:

  • Identify the water source if possible.
  • Before moving items and furniture, make sure it is safe to do so. Water from a sink should be safe, but water from sewage pipes will be highly contaminated, posing a health risk, so wait until help arrives.
  • Use a dehumidifier to reduce excess water in the air, which will decrease the risk of mold growth.
  • Keep the air flowing. Use box fans, oscillating fans, and ceiling fans to create as much airflow as possible throughout the wet room(s).
  • Clean and dry any wet curtains, following normal washing instructions. However, if they have been sitting in contaminated water, consult a professional cleaner.

Standing water can be detrimental to your health and your home. That is why our team is available 24/7 to help with your flood damage recovery and restoration needs – we’ve got your back and will make sure your home or business is returned to pre-loss condition on-time and on-budget.