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WATER DAMAGE


Water damage is one of the most common but underestimated forms of damage to residential and commercial properties.  Arising from a variety of sources such as water from extinguishing fire, to broken pipes, blocked drains, faulty appliances, storm water and other causes. Property owners can be astounded by the damage water can cause in a very short period of time. When water damage is not attended to immediately or thoroughly, it leads to “secondary damage”.  Secondary damage is usually more expensive and inconvenient, generally occurs when property owners or managers try and dry out their own premises without help from professional water remediators.  Secondary water damage can also happen when extensive time has elapsed and water intrusion has drifted behind walls and begun to wick through drywall, carpet and other building materials.  When water intrudes to these areas without professional remediation, it often results in inevitable mold issues when the untracked moisture is met with heat and other factors that facilitate microbial growth. To keep water damage to a minimum, Heritage Restoration relies on the latest moisture detection equipment, including infrared cameras to identify all moisture points. With 24/7 availability and state-of-the-art equipment, Heritage Restoration will locate all the water damage, thereby eliminating future repair costs and ensuring an accurate diagnosis of the damage. Working directly with property owners, and their insurance companies, Heritage Restoration restores homes and business to their original states with leading industry techniques and equipment allowing the client peace of mind during the remediation process.

Services we provide:

•24/7 Water Removal

•Residential Properties

•Multi-Level Commercial Structures, apartment complexes, offices, medical facilities

•Infrared Cameras for Moisture Detection

•Rapid Response, in most cases under an hour

•Certified Water Technicians

•Wood Floor Drying Specialists

•Moisture Mapping and Drying Plans

•Emergency Pack-Out and Climate Controlled Storage

•”Wet-Document” Recovery and Restoration (industry term? Or restoration of wet documents?)