In the wake of a flood that has covered your home with water, it is important to begin clean up as soon as possible in order to prevent permanent damage. For results you can have confidence in, the Poughkeepsie water damage restoration contractor of choice will respond immediately to guide you and explain the entire process to return your home to its pre-loss condition, thoroughly.
Since this is not the job for a do-it-yourself property owner it is recommended that you hire a certified Poughkeepsie water damage restoration professional. Restoration to a property can be complex. Proper water removal tasks that require the experts at Peak Construction who are trained technicians certified in these specific areas:
• Formal and up-to-date specialized training;
• Health and safety certifications;
• Experience in a wide range of restoration projects;
• Proof of proper insurance and licenses.
The services we provide for water damage restoration could involve the following:
• Ventilate the home by opening windows and using fans to remove dampness;
• Cleaning that begins from the top down to the bottom – ceilings, walls and fixtures – down to the contents of the rooms, then to the floor;
• Vacuuming floors, with high efficiency commercial equipment;
• Some draperies, clothing and machine-washable items may be laundered using mild alkaline cleaner and dry cleaning any items;
• Most exterior walls (brick, stone, wood, paint, siding) and eaves can be cleaned with specialized pressure-washing equipment;
• When water damage is extensive your Poughkeepsie water damage restoration team have experience using the most innovative technology to clean, restore, refinish or refurbish salvageable items;
• Check with your insurance company about coverage according to your policy;
• If the water has warped or distorted the structure, or in the event of a complete loss – guide you through the devastating process
Professional water damage restoration technicians know that damage increases and restoration costs escalate the longer neutralization, corrosion control and cleaning is delayed. When homeowners prolong the restoration of their home, they extend the effects brought on by the water exposure.