Water Damage Restoration & Repair

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We are Certified Water Restoration Technicians Extensively Trained in Moisture Detection, Water Extraction, & Advanced Drying Methods

Safer Home Services LLC is an IICRC Certified firm. Certification #70029206 that employs Certified Water Restoration Technicians. The IICRC is the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification, a non-profit organization for the Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration industries.

IICRC Certification #70029206
Certified Water Restoration Technicians
Interfaces directly with insurance companies
State-of-the-art industrial equipment

What We Do - Water Damage Restoration & Repair

Safer Home Services LLC is your trusted partner in water mitigation and repair services. With a commitment to excellence and a deep understanding of the devastating impact of excess water, our team is equipped with state-of-the-art industrial, advanced drying equipment, ensuring a swift and thorough removal of water from affected areas. Our highly trained technicians possess the expertise needed to tackle water damage, employing HEPA vacuum systems to eliminate debris and industrial-strength disinfectants to ensure the health and safety of your space. Additionally, our utilization of ULV Fog treatments (Ultra Low Volume) sets us apart, further guaranteeing a comprehensive disinfection process. When the situation calls for it, our professionals are prepared to undertake demolition and reconstruction to restore your property to its pre-loss condition, ensuring your peace of mind during challenging times.

Identifying water damage in your home or office is crucial to maintaining a healthy and safe environment. Here are some steps to assist you in recognizing signs of potential water damage:

Water damage can be caused by various factors including heavy rains, plumbing leaks, burst pipes, sewage backups, appliance malfunctions, roof leaks and flooding. Many Homeowners Policies cover water damage, but the extent of the coverage can vary. Insurance Companies classify water damage into 3 categories which is identified by our Inspectors when we perform an inspection. When necessary, we work along with your insurance company providing necessary documentation to substantiate your claim.

Hidden water damage can be a serious issue in homes and buildings as it can lead to structural damage, mold growth, and other problems. Inspect the attic for signs of leaks or moisture. Water staining is an indication of a water leak that has dried indicating a possible roof leak. Look for peeled or damaged grout in bathrooms and kitchens. Damaged caulk and grout can allow water to seep behind tiles and fixtures. These are only a few of the areas where hidden water damage may be found by a qualified inspector.

Condensation on ceilings can occur in rooms with high humidity levels like bathroom ceilings, or other areas if they lack proper ventilation. Condensation can form on interior walls particularly in areas where there is poor insulation and when there’s a temperature difference between indoor and outdoor environments.

There are ways to help protect your space from excess moisture. Check your home or office for proper ventilation. Make sure that your gutters and downspouts are clear from debris and that they are being directed away from the building’s foundation. Check the exterior grading to ensure the pitch of the ground area is away from the building. Lastly, it’s important to check your attic, crawl space or basement after a storm for any possible water intrusion. If you suspect a water or moisture problem in your home or workplace, it’s advisable to promptly consult with professionals for proper assessment and remediation to stop any damage before it begins.

Many obvious signs of water leaks are missed because they appear in places where a leak isn’t suspected. One example of this is wet or soggy ground in your yard. This can indicate an underground water leak and can go undetected causing significant unforeseen damage. Clogged sewer grates are often the cause of flooding in the street, which then may affect the lower levels of your home. Standing water in your basement or crawlspace after a storm may be caused by sump pump failure. Additionally, if you notice an increase in your water bill, this too may indicate a water leak.

Safer Home Services LLC excels in addressing water problems in your home through a well-structured and efficient process. When you encounter water damage, our skilled technicians use state-of-the-art techniques to clean up and mitigate the situation. This includes thorough water extraction, moisture detection, and advanced drying methods all aimed at preventing further damage and mold growth. What truly sets us apart is our commitment to restoring your space to its pre-loss condition. With a meticulous approach, we repair structural and aesthetic damages, replacing or repairing materials as needed, ensuring that your home or office not only looks, but functions as it did before the incident. Safer Home Services LLC goes the extra mile to provide comprehensive water damage solutions, leaving both homeowners, businessowners and landlords with peace of mind and a beautifully restored living environment.

Don’t Let Your Water Problems Overflow. Call Us To Stop It at the Source!