Water damage from flooding or other sources can ruin your home or business in more ways than one. From immediate harmful mold growth to weakened structures, your safety can be put at risk in moments. That’s why it is important to hire professionals like Disaster Restoration Pros who can help keep your family and employees safe in water damage situations.
At Disaster Recovery Pros, our experts prevent and minimize the devastating effects of water damage with project management that is on-time and on-budget.

The Risks of Water Damage

Whether from a busted pipe, a broken water heater, or a leaking roof, whatever the source of the water damage, it poses risk to your family or employees.

Risks of water 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 water damage, regardless of severity. Water can seep into cracks and corners you didn’t know exist, leading to harmful long-term damage.

Water Damage Restoration & Repair Services

Our process aims to diagnose the cause of the water damage, repair it, and restore your property to pre-disaster condition. Here’s how:

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

Our team makes stressful water damage situations as hassle-free as possible, which includes handling the insurance claim and direct insurance billing!

Water Damage Checklist for Emergency Water Damage Situations

Our service teams will arrive at your home or business within 90-minutes of your call… but in the interim, follow these tips to prevent and contain water damage.

  • Don’t enter a room that has exposed outlets or circuit breakers near standing water.
  • If you can safely and easily access the circuit breakers, turn off the power to all affected areas to decrease the chance of electric shock.
  • Turn off the water if the source of the flooding is a pipe or appliance.
  • Try to absorb as much fluid as possible with towels or a mop.
  • Remove as much furniture as you can to prevent or decrease upholstery damage.

Depending on the source of the water there may not be much you can do. If the leak is sewage related, it’s best to simply wait for the professionals to arrive – don’t worry, we’ll be there soon!