Water Damage

Wet Basements Demand Special Drying Procedures

It’s a rule of nature: pulled by gravity, water always flows downward, relentlessly seeking the lowest point through even tiny openings. For many homeowners, that natural law sets up a constant struggle to keep water out of the lowest part of their house: the basement. Water may pour in suddenly[...]

How Experts Locate Hidden Damage After Roof Leaks

Of all the pesky structural problems that afflict houses, roof leaks are the ones that can drive homeowners certifiably batty. They come in so many moist and irritating varieties. Slow leaks over months that finally create tiny damp patches on the ceiling – aren’t you glad you happened to look[...]

Paul Davis Excels at Restoring Properties Affected by Severe Flooding

Swollen by a storm, a creek surges beyond its banks, devastating a business, ruining inventory, chasing employees, flooding office space and more. A home’s water heater bursts and, in just hours, soaks flooring, carpeting, wallboard, appliances, everything below knee level. The deluge is stemmed[...]

Hidden Contamination May Lurk When Sewage Water Floods Ceramic Tile Floors

When an overflowing toilet or severe storm floods a property, most cleanup efforts focus on items obviously affected by sewage like drywall and carpeting, furnishings and appliances or equipment. These materials and possessions are clearly ruined because they stain and fall apart, won’t start or[...]

The Importance of Avoiding Asbestos Release In Public Buildings With Water Damage

After a rainstorm flooded an elementary school, a restoration company removed the wet carpet and floor tiles within 24 hours. Staff and students appreciated the timely, cost-effective and professional project – until records revealed that the tiles contained asbestos. Just like that, the[...]