Time is critical when responding to water or sewage damage in your home and all types of losses require an immediate response. The longer you wait, the worse it gets. We have worked on many types of jobs and take pride utilizing industry standards for water loss removal. Below are a few simple steps to take in every situation.
This is an excellent question! While attempting to restore damage yourself may seem like a cost saving, it can become a long-term expense in the end. Why? Well, trained water restoration contractors adhere to a strict set of remediation guidelines. Examples of such certifications are: Clean Trust (IICRC), ASCR, WLI, or WLS. These indicate that the company and the technicians all have extensive training in the science of water damage and clean-up, with a keen eye for safety and utilizing preventative removal methods to ensure there are no future damage issues, such as mold.
Moreover, you will want to choose a company with many years of experience. Personal recommendations from your insurance agent, friends or neighbors may help in deciding. Finally, ensure the contractor follows the IICRC S500 standards for professional water damage restoration. This standard is for the safety and health of your family, property and insurance needs.
Lamunyon Restoration strictly adheres to IICRC S500 guidelines for water-damage restoration, insurance loss assessment & evaluation, categorization of the water, professional drying methods, structural and content considerations, detailed monitoring of the drying progress and final inspection details.
In fact, when you call us, a uniformed team of trained technicians will meet you on-site and thoroughly discuss the actions needed to bring your home back to a safe environment. We work with you based on your needs and that of your insurance company so that you understand each part of your loss. We always get your permission prior to starting any type of work and come prepared to begin the clean-up process. Specific details of your property’s clean-up process will be provided once we arrive on-site and assess the damage; we value the importance of your home.