Water Damage Clean Up in Sarasota
We know that water damage in a home or business can be stressful and impact both your wallet and your family. We are available 24 hours a day to receive your call. The moment you have a broken pipe, a toilet overflowing or a washing machine break, you don’t want to wait to call someone. The sooner we get called the better for you and
your property. Getting your property back in shape and your life back on track is our highest priority. We Clean Up Water Damage has established working relationships with numerous insurance companies for speedy claims processing. In addition, we have the Insurance claim software that delivers your loss information instantly to your insurance company.
We will get the water extracted and dry the area within 72 hours. At We Clean Up Water Damage, we have the specialized equipment and staff to get on the job, get it done quickly and get out quickly. The quicker we do our job, the sooner you can get the walls, flooring, equipment, etc. repaired.
Once you call us we come to your property to inspect what must be done and implement a plan of action. Getting the water out is always the first step. We use our high capacity air movers to pull up the moisture while our low grain refrigerant dehumidifiers take in the small particles from the air.
If you will be needing us to work with an insurance company….NO PROBLEM. Our Staff is happy to work with insurance companies. We have experience in doing this, using the insurance companies billing format and pricing.
And the best part is our staff is IICRC (Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification) Certified that serves more than 25 countries. You can be confident that your Technician has had to study and have vast field experience and pass comprehensive exams to be able to have this certification.
- Inspection and Assessment
- Water Removal
- Anti-Microbial Application
- Drying with Air Movers
- Drying with Dehumidifiers
- Drying: Monitoring Areas and Machinery
There are different types of water situations and will need to be addressed upon finding the water damage:
Clean Water Damage: From a water source that does not pose a threat to humans.
Grey Water Damage: Could have chemical or physical contaminants such as toilets or areas containing chemicals.
Black Water Damage: Very unsanitary and contains harmful bacteria; usually from contaminated outside water sources.