What Should You Do
When You need Sewage
Call Houston RestorePros Sewage Damage Restoration in
Houston before you call a plumber!
- Owner operated- personal service
- Always talk to a real person
- Emergency response 24/7
- We work directly with all insurance companies and claims
- IICRC certified
- State of the art equipment
- $0 down on insurance jobs
Do you have an emergency? Let us help!
Sewage Backup Cleanup
We offer sewage cleanup and damage restoration services for both commercial and residential clients. When you call us, we will provide you with a consultation free of charge to help answer your questions and alleviate your anxieties. Well tell you about your options and help you understand what to expect, and how we can help.
Our team is professionally trained and certified by the Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA) and the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning &Restoration Certification (IICRC). We know how to provide excellent and thorough cleanup services that allow you to get your life back as soon as possible. Our crew can mobilize quickly-and we’re available anytime, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. When disaster strikes, we’ll be there to help you reclaim your home.
At Houston RestorePros we will get your job done correctly. We’ll sanitize the affected areas and anywhere that may have been cross-contaminated by the standing water. We always deodorize all affected areas in the structure to reduce odor and airborne illnesses. Our team comes to your job ready to work and with all the tools needed to complete your water damage restoration. We have air movers, dehumidifiers, sub floor drying equipment, and wood floor drying systems.
What Happens When You Call HRP?
When flood damage in Houston TX affects you in your home or business, you need to keep in mind that you will be dealing with three phases of repairing water damage and getting your life back to normal.
TO CLEANING UP YOUR HOUSTON WATER DAMAGE
1. WATER REMOVAL
The first step is to remove the standing water, and to remove all wet materials that may have absorbed water
such as; carpet pad, damaged sheet rock, and insulation. Our professional water damage contractors will have the proper vacuum equipment and the manpower to handle the water removal and the removal of the materials
retaining water, which will get you quickly on to phase 2.
2. DRY OUT
Dehumidifiers and air movers will aid in quick and efficient drying, a step which is critical for controlling the damaging effects of water and moister lingering in the air. Generating super dry air, through the use of dehumidifiers and directing that air with powerful air movers, draws the moisture out of structural materials, aiding in a fast drying process. The dehumidifiers also prevent secondary damage to areas that weren’t originally affected by the water, something that is very common after your home has been damaged by water, especially if it is not looked at right away. High moisture levels in the air can cause paint to peel, building materials to warp, and mold to grow in areas even if they remained untouched by water. This step is extremely important for limiting the damage during water damage clean up, which brings us to phase 3.
3. WATER DAMAGE RESTORATION
Before you start repairing damage, you’ll need to get your home tested by a water damage contractor to ensure that it is completely dry. Once they give the go ahead, the damage remediation company will typically start by removing baseboards and drilling holes along the bottom of the walls to facilitate the dying of the wall cavities. Water sodden Carpet and damaged sheet rock in the ceiling will have to be removed and repaired. Any items permanently damaged from water, such as insulation, will have to be replaced. Most water damage contractors who perform the water removal and drying will also offer water damage repair.
Do you have an emergency? Let us help!