Water & Flood Damage Restoration

Water Damage Restoration

As a company we are fully equipped to handle floods, roof or plumbing leaks. As with most Water Restoration work, in the Orlando community, the sooner the area is dried out the cheaper the job will be in the long run. We utilize thermal imaging equipment to detect the source of the leaks.

Water Damage Restoration in Orlando, FLWe are very experienced in leak and water damage detection in the Orlando, FL area. We use all the necessary air moving and drying equipment, so as in some cases we dry out the area before mold growth starts.

Mold will start within 24-48 hours so it is very important to get the water out as quickly as possible.

Because common building materials are capable of sustaining mold growth, and mold spores are ubiquitous, mold growth in an indoor environment is typically related to water or moisture indoors.

Mold growth may also be caused by incomplete drying of flooring materials such as concrete. Flooding, leaky roofs, building maintenance problems, or indoor plumbing problems can lead to mold growth inside homes, schools, or office buildings.

Mold can be the result of a flood or water damage left after a fire, burst water pipes, backed up sewage and other plumbing as well as the more common mishaps of overflowing tubs, sinks and household appliances. We are experts at water restoration and can perform mold testing to determine the extent of the damage if needed.

You may think you have cleaned and dried the entire house and your belongings but mold can grow where you can’t see it like under floorboards, behind wallboard and in ceiling areas damaged by a leaky roof. Mold removal is not always possible and we will be able to advise you on what is salvageable and what you should dispose of.

It’s important to remember that once mold gets a foot-hold in a home, it can become a major health concern. The introduction of black mold and other varieties of molds have been found to cause some health issues and long term contact can become serious. Using over the counter mold removers or chlorine bleach will not be effective in ridding your home of black mold. Bleach and other chemicals are on average 90-95% water. Any parts of the building structure damaged by water or mold we can put back where most companies are not licensed as both, and will not be able to repair the damage.