WATER DAMAGE

Water damage can be quite common, and will ruin wood fixtures, electronics, flooring, carpet, furniture, baseboards, finishings, and bedding. Losses due to water exposure are so common the insurance industry has reported them to be the most frequent claim type they see. They have also started excluding or capping them in a lot of insurance policies.

COMMON TYPES WATER DAMAGE

  • Leaks due to roof and/or shingle damage

  • Ceiling damage

  • Sewer Line Damage 

  • Burst Water heater 

  • Broken drain lines

  • Broken supply lines

  • Broken angle stops

  • Shower Pan Leak

  •  Pipe Break

  •  Dishwasher Water Leak 

  • A/C Unit leak

  • Garbage Disposal Leak

  • P-Trap Leak

WATER DAMAGE PROCESS

DRY OUT WATER DAMAGE

CUT OUT WATER DAMAGE

ADJUSTER INSPECTION

 

FULL KITCHEN / BATHROOM  REMODEL

Wood framing, subfloors, and drywall become saturated with water during a flood, so it’s important to dry them out fast to minimize the growth of bacteria and mold. Commercially available fans are helpful, but professionals typically use industrial air movers, which are much more powerful and help speed the evaporation process along exponentially. We generally use one of these industrial air movers for every 10 feet of wall space.

 

 

It’s critical to remove wet carpet and furniture when mitigating an area. Some carpet can be dried and saved, but if your flood was caused by a sewer backup, it will need to be thrown away. Either way, this is usually a hefty job and best saved for the professionals.

 

An insurance adjuster works for the insurance company. After the adjuster submits a report on your claim, the adjuster will come to personally assess the damages on your property. We will be there at every step of this process.

 

Your insurance company may issue a settlement, which is the money they agree to give you to fix or replace your damaged property, for example, remodel your kitchen or bathroom with one of our affiliated general contractors.

Contact

7323 Shepherd St

Sarasota, FL 34243

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