Who Decides Who Will Repair the Water Damage in Your Home? YOU do.
In Washington State, homeowners are used to all kinds of weather, and as we approach winter we are expecting freezing temperatures. With freezing temperatures comes the potential for frozen pipes. When major water damage occurs, you typically call a plumber first and then your homeowner’s insurance company. One of the myths is that you have to work with the water damage company recommended to you by your homeowner’s insurance company.
Not true - you choose who repairs the water damage in your home!
If the water damage is extensive, water may have seeped into the walls, under carpets and hardwood floors, and may already be starting the formation of dangerous mold. The longer you wait to remediate these problems, the worse the damage will be and the longer it will take to get your home - and your life - back in order.
Our Water Damage Restoration and Repair Process
At EnviroShield, we offer complete water damage services including dryouts, mold remediation and restoration services to get your home back to its original condition. Plus, we’ll help you through the process of handling your insurance company claim.
Our water damage restoration process includes the following basic steps:
1. We meet you at your home to understand your needs, address your concerns and explain the process.
2. We then complete a water damage inspection to understand the extent of the damage to your home.
3. We’ll give you a fair-price estimate for the water damage restoration based on IICRC standards.
4. Then, we’ll start by removing all traces of standing water because even a half inch of water left for too long can start breeding mold.
5. Next, we’ll implement the latest dryout methods that quickly contain and eliminate water and stop potential migration.
6. We will make every effort to salvage your original flooring materials, however, if needed, carpets and flooring may need to be replaced. You will find that all surfaces are clean and dry upon completion.
It’s important to note that we won’t stop working with you and your home until we’re sure it meets industry standards for quality.
EnviroShield is certified in the latest practices of water damage restoration through the IICRC and follows strict industry guidelines. The EnviroShield staff understands the stress a water damage disaster in your home can cause – and approaches each situation with compassion and confidence. Our objective is to get your home back to pre-damage condition as quickly as possible.
As one of our clients Larry Williams in Lacey, WA, said:
“Thorough attention to detail…prompt courteous staff…very pleased with the work completed. I definitely will recommend to anyone who needs your service.”
When you engage EnviroShield, you have the confidence in knowing you’re working with a local water damage restoration and remediation specialist with decades of experience in the field. Our established track record will also ensure your peace of mind.