Here at Predator Restoration, we have an expert staff in water damage, and we understand that urgency is the number one priority when handling water damage. Water damage can lead to various issues such as mold and bacterial growth, rotting and swelling of wood, rusting of steel, and delamination of materials. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have or suspect any leaking, damp spots, or standing water of the following:
- AC lines
- Sinks and vanities
- Frozen pipes
- Hot water heater
- Freezers, Refrigerators or Deep Freezers
- Water Softeners
Water damage can lead to many problems, including mold, structural damage, and rust. If you have or suspect water damage within your home, please contact us at Predator Restoration.
Water damage is common but don’t worry; Predator Restoration works 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, to assist you with all your water damage needs.
Water damage is common but don’t worry, Predator Restoration works 24/7/365 to assist you with all your water damage needs.
There is a multitude of issues that arise with water damage, but the biggest concern is mold-related issues. Here at Predator Restoration, our certified technicians are there for you throughout the entire process to protect you and your home.
Predator Restoration has years of experience with insurance claims for water damage. Call us today and have one of our experienced technicians come out and determine the cause of your water damage, and our licensed adjuster will help your work through the insurance process.
The typical dry time for water damage can be expected to be about 5 days. Other factors contribute to the dry time, such as how long the area has been wet, climate, the source of the water damage, and what has been affected by the water damage. To gain more insight about your water damage, contact us today.
Water removal is the process of removing standing water from the affected areas in your home. Predator Restoration has the equipment and certified technicians to help you with all your water removal needs.
Predator Restoration has years of experience with water damage insurance claims. Call us today, and one of our experienced technicians will come out and determine the cause of your water damage. Our licensed adjuster will help your work through the insurance process.
There is a multitude of issues that arise with water damage, but the biggest concern is mold growth. Here at Predator Restoration, our certified technicians are there for you throughout the entire process to protect you and your home.
Unlike traditional vacuum cleaners, all contaminated surfaces will be vacuumed with a HEPA vacuum to trap the mold spores while releasing clean air, unlike traditional vacuum cleaners. Next, a professional will spray and wipe down the once contaminated surface with microfiber cleaning cloths.
Traditional mold remediation methods typically take around seven days, depending on the scope and severity of the problem. However, this doesn’t mean you’ll return to normal life within a week.
Although most policies will not offer universal cover against mold, most insurers will offer a mold-insurance clause as an optional extra (for a fee, of course). All-in-all, prevention is the safest way to save the cost of mold removal.
No. Mold can’t just be wiped off. It is imperative that the mold is properly cleaned or scrubbed away and that the area is dried thoroughly. Doing so will assist mold growth since the dampness remains.
If your home insurance company agrees to pay your water damage claim, chances are they will pay at least some of your mold remediation costs.
While mold removal is the process of removing the mold, it does not address identifying the source. However, mold remediation centers on all actions taken to combat mold infestation and return mold levels to the point that is not dangerous to the health of inhabitants and the building’s structure.
Cutting into moldy drywall causes mold spores to become airborne and spread. Since mold cannot be completely removed from drywall, the drywall must be removed and replaced. A professional is recommended for this process.
There is no general guideline for how much mold exposure is harmful. The effects of mold exposure manifest differently in each person. For people who have asthma, are allergic to mold, or have weakened immune systems, just a small amount of exposure can be harmful.