How Does Water Damage Restoration Work?
Water Damage Inspection
Upon arrival, our water damage technicians perform a thorough inspection of your property. This includes moisture metering and the use of infrared cameras to determine the extent of the damage.
Our water damage inspection process includes:
- Determining the class and category of water damage
- Creating a comprehensive plan to restore your property
- Explaining the process and answering any questions
- Working with your insurance company
Once inspection is complete and a process set in place, our crew initiates water extraction to halt the water damage. Then, we begin restoration. Our professional water extraction systems get rid of both standing water and unseen water from the flooring. We extract moisture from the air by strategically placing dehumidifiers and air movers throughout your property.
After all of the water is removed, our team begins the drying process. All drying equipment remains in place until everything is dried to the proper Standard of Care as determined by the IICRC. The equipment is monitored daily by a technician who documents the restoration progress and performs relative humidity and structural moisture level readings.
Restoring Water-Damaged Household Belongings
If the water damage affects your personal belongings, Compleat works with you and your insurance company to determine what can be restored and what is an insurance replacement claim. Non-damaged items are protected from the affected area. Restorable items are transported to our facility for restoration and storage while your property is stabilized and dried.
From the smallest water leak to large-scale flood damage, Compleat Restorations is committed to taking care of any water damage in your home in a quick and efficient manner. Contact us now to learn more about our professional water damage restoration services.