Water & Sewage Damage
When disaster strikes, you need a restoration team that is ready to respond at a moment’s notice. That’s where 365 Restoration comes in. We are available 24/7 to handle any emergency, from sewage messes to frozen water lines.
Our team is skilled in controlling contamination and preventing the spread of damage. We understand that water intrusions and sewage backups can be overwhelming, which is why we work quickly to get you back to clean and dry. Trust us to handle any disaster with the utmost care and expertise.
Water damage in a residential setting can be caused by a variety of factors, including plumbing issues, natural disasters, and appliance failures.
It’s important to address water damage quickly in order to prevent further damage to the property and potential health hazards caused by mold growth.
Commercial water damage can be especially disruptive to a business, as it can result in lost revenue and productivity.
It’s crucial for business owners to address water damage promptly in order to minimize the impact on their operations and ensure a speedy recovery.
Water damage in a school setting can be caused by a variety of factors, including burst pipes, roof leaks, and flooding.
It’s important for school administrators to address water damage promptly in order to minimize disruption to the educational process and ensure the safety and well-being of students and staff.
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Water & Sewage Mitigation
Upon your notice of water intrusion or a sewage back 365 Restoration will respond and begin to determine the initial cause of the damage. Once the source has been identified and controlled mitigation will begin.
The water extraction and or sewage extraction will begin until it has all be removed. After extraction a decontamination process will take place and drying will begin. Along with drying, dehumidifiers will be placed and air scrubbers for air purification.
Assessment & Repair
Water damage assessment and repair is a crucial step in the restoration process. A thorough assessment helps to determine the extent of the damage and the necessary steps to take in order to repair and restore the affected area.
This may involve water extraction, drying and dehumidification, cleaning and decontamination, and repair and reconstruction work. It’s important to address water damage promptly in order to minimize the risk of further damage and potential health hazards caused by mold growth.