Clairemont Mesa Flood Service
Clairemont Mesa Flood Service understands that floods and fires can strike any time and without warning. Has your home or office had a flood or fire ?, sewage backup and overflow ? Pipe or waterline burst causing damage? This can certainly put a crimp on things for awhile. Flood or fire damage is more than an inconvenience for anyone at anytime.
Whatever the reason, be it a clogged drain or burst pipe, you know you need Flood Services and Now! With the help of 24/7 Clairemont Mesa Flood Service property cleaning and restoration, you can feel confident knowing the Flood cleanup is being handled by proven Restoration pros. Clairemont Mesa Flood Service stands ready 24/7 – 365 days a year to take your call.
We dispatch trained flood technicians to your location right away – day or night – usually within 60 Minutes. Immediate on site damage assessment and no obligation estimate is provided. Emergency clean-up can begin immediately if necessary.
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Depending on the extent of the damage, some of the work will likely include water extraction, tearing out and removing damaged building materials and sewage if needed, mold remediation, structural drying, deodorizing, asbestos removal and possible other restoration work. Packing and storage of your possessions is often needed for extensive cleanup. Structures generally take 3-4 days to dry, though some Flooding jobs require more time.
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Insurance policies differ from one another and each dictate the terms of coverage. In most cases, insurance covers the costs to remedy your property damage. Many years of flood experience in making fair and reasonable appraisals of damaged property are employed, preparing the necessary reports required in order to settle a timely claim.
Upon arrival, immediate inspection is conducted on the property to determine the extent of the damage. Followed by a no obligation estimate for the restoration process. Usually, water extraction and cleanup is employed. The longer water remains soaking the structure and possessions… the larger the damage.