After a flood, you should determine the extent of water damage to your property with a water damage assessment. We can assess the damage to your structure by looking for cracks, stains, leaks, and other damages to your roof, walls, windows, yard, bathrooms, and basement. Additionally, we will assess the damage to your personal belongings, including your furniture, carpets, and appliances.
If you wait too long after a flood to perform water extraction services, your structure will likely sustain more long-term damage.
Drywall and other building materials can absorb a surprising amount of water.
We offer structural dehumidifying and daily monitoring as the final step of our water remediation process. We use electric sensing equipment to monitor the temperature, dew point and humidity of your structure each day until the job is complete.
No matter the scope of the flooding after a storm, we will remove the water and restore your area as if nothing happened.
Not only is a sewage overflow unpleasant, it’s dangerous. Our professional services will clean up the mess and restore the area.
When temperatures drop below freezing during the winter, it isn’t uncommon for older homes or ill-insulated homes to have pipes that burst.
Floors and carpets aren’t the only places that get water damage. When your walls, ceilings, and other structural elements have water damage, we have the tools to stop the damage before it gets out of hand.
Leaking appliances can cause water damage by seeping into the cracks of your walls and into your floorboards to compromise the integrity of your home or business which can cause mold without you knowing it.
Nothing is worse than soaked carpets. We can assessment of the condition of your carpets and if recovery is possible, we will use leading technology to clean and repair your carpets.
When the water has nowhere to go, it will sit in your basement and cause mold and mildew, not only in the basement, but in the ventilation vents around your HVAC unit as well, EWRR, LLC can remove the water and help prevent any further damage.
Standing water can turn into mold if action is not taken within 48-72 hours. Exposure to water-damaged indoor environments is associated with exposure to molds. The most common types of mold that are found indoors include Cladosporium, Penicillium, Alternaria, and Aspergillus, all of which can cause illnesses due to long-time exposure.
Emergency Water Removal and Restoration is dedicated to helping you and your family after your home and property suffers water, fire, or smoke damage. WV Lic #WV056099