Water damage restoration is your key to a fresh start after floods damage your home, and 911 Restoration of Upstate South Carolina is available 24/7 to offer you that peace of mind.
When a woman called at 7am, stopped on her way out of her house by a leaking toilet, Thomas Wilson and the water damage restoration Greenville crew came to the rescue.
She was able to turn off the water to her toilet and place a bucket under the drip, but not before the water had seeped through the second floor into the first floor ceiling.
She had tried to clean the water, but there was just too much for towels to absorb and it had already sunk into the floor. The interesting thing was, that she was having a great week, until a bird flew into her window. She was told this meant bad luck was in her future. And so it was.
However, our water damage restoration Greenville team was the positive in this negative situation, taking the incident and flipping it into a positive.
Her apartment manager did not provide an emergency contact number, so she took it upon herself to call 911 Restoration of Upstate South Carolina. Thomas answered her call and explained how the water damage restoration Greenville team would be there within the hour to take care of the incident.
By the end of the repair 911 Restoration took care the signs of the crisis had been fully remediated.
In this case, the key component was that the landlord had no emergency number so 911 Restoration was contacted out of immediate necessity. It is vital you follow suit if you ever find similar circumstances in your property.
The longer water sits the worse it gets.
Water damage from the interior of your home contains risky bacteria that causes severe illness. Plumbing can falter at any time, however, there are a few steps you can take to stave off disaster:
- Replace water based appliances after a decade of use
- Maintain clean gutters and downspouts
- Keep your water line insulated during the winter
Adding these three simple steps to your preventative maintenance regimen can mean years without seeing water damage. Failing to complete these preemptive measures could bring floods to your home often.Read more