A question people often have is whether restoration is really necessary for a bit of water? Unfortunately, whether a big flood or a small leak, the consequences of water damage can be devastating for several reasons.
Most materials in the home absorb water quickly and are structurally damaged by it. Water quickly ruins furniture, floorboards, carpet, cabinetry, doors, skirtings, and even plaster walls. Identifying, containing, and drying escaped water are essential to preserving your home and contents.
Whether from a roof leak, a burst wall pipe, or a bathroom backup, escaped water often transports microbes and chemicals which can be hazardous to the health of you and your family. Even if it seems fresh and dry, restoration-grade cleaning and sanitisation are essential to preventing health risks.
Mould grows in damp, dark environments, precisely the kind of environment water leaks find and create. As such, it is very common for the slow or ineffective drying of a water leak to begin an initial mould growth that only grows and worsens over time. It is therefore essential to nip the seeds of future chaos in the bud by quickly and thoroughly dealing with escaped water.
When a water leak effects your home, the team at Insurance Restorations are just a call away. We have the personnel, the equipment, and the expertise to restore building and contents to their original condition. Some of the tools we use and services we provide include: