There’s nothing worse than having a water problem in your home.
You need to find someone right now that will get started on fixing it.
You Need Two Things:
1. You need to find a company with lots of experience
2. You need a company that will get to your place today
But What About the Cost?
An emergency water cleanup service will not be cheap. And because you really aren’t in a situation where you can have several companies come out and leisurely get estimates, trying to save a little bit isn’t your biggest concern right now.
Plus, in most situations, the cost of your emergency water removal service will be covered by your homeowner’s insurance policy.
What Will This Service Do?
The company you hire will examine and test your home for moisture. They will tell you the extent of your water damage and make some recommendations.
But their main focus is to get to work on drying your home as fast as possible.
In order to do so, they may pull up carpeting, remove molding, move appliances and open up drywall.
As they progress, you will start building a list of the elements of your home that should either be removed and replaced or just repaired. For example, sometimes sections of wood flooring need to be replaced, but sometimes they can be just sanded and refinished.
Who Else Can Help?
Your insurance agent should be one of your first phone calls. This is what they do and why you have insurance in the first place.
This will be a long process. So don’t wait to get started.
And don’t forget about your water line backflow shut off valves either. They need to be checked so that in case of a flood or water backup, they don’t accidentally allow contaminated water to get into a fresh water supply line. You can find a backflow company in Seattle to inspect yours. Or, if you are elsewhere, you can use Backflow Finder to get someone to your property and take care of your pipes and equipment.