Lutz Water Damage Restoration Companies
Having a water damage in your Lutz home can be a traumatic experience. And having the Lutz water damage restoration can be even more traumatic.
Traditionally, a Lutz water damage restoration company would come into your home and extract the carpet, then rip out the carpet, the drywall, your cabinets and any other structural material that they thought was damaged. Then everything would have to be restored or replaced by a contractor, taking weeks or months of time and causing you major headaches.
And trying to take care of the water damage yourself can lead to further damage from mold growth or termite infestation.
Today, with newer, proven drying technology, most water damages can be successfully dried, without the hassle of removing any of the building materials, including the carpet. This saves not only thousands of dollars, but weeks or months of headaches.
Water damage today is an exact science. Buildings are successfully dried over and over again. In fact, the water damage schools teach applied structural drying have been flooded thousands of times, and dried successfully over and over again with no microbial growth or other damages.
So why aren’t all the Lutz water damage restoration companies using this new technology?
It takes a lot of time and money to obtain the required certifications, and there is a large investment in equipment, and the company makes less money using the newer technology. Many so-called water damage restoration companies are actually general contractors who have no real training or certification in water damage restoration.
Why do we do it?
Why do we do it? Because we made a commitment to our clients when we started this company in 1985 to provide the best service possible. The new technology calls for Thermal Imaging Inspection of the building, which can locate hidden moisture in the wall cavities. Directing the equipment to the precise area to be dried by showing where the moisture is.
The thermal images we have on our site are of a home that had the hot water heater rupture in the attic from a pipe break. It flooded the second and first floors. The thermal images show all the hidden water damage in the walls, ceilings, studs and insulation. Thermal Imaging
The digital photos of the same home show no indication of damage. We were able to dry this unit in two days. Removed the baseboards and drilled holes to force dehumidified air into wall cavities. The restorations consisted of replacing the baseboards, and caulking the 3/16’s inch holes we drilled above the casings to dry the walls behind the vanity upstairs.
If these clients had called in other water damage restoration companies, the clients would have been out of their homes for 3 to 6 months. Removing and replacing the drywall and the ceiling. The cost would have been around $60,000. The homeowners cost was less than 5% of that amount. Their home was back to normal in less than a week.
Contractors utilize this technology on 90% of water damage claims. This is because 90% of all claims are from 3 sources. Aa broken pipe, rain water falling through roof leaks or wind driven rain through windows. If you have sewage or rising waters from rivers and streams this is an entirely different category of water loss. These losses we approach totally differently due to bacterial contaminants which may be present in the water.
People worry about mold in their homes. The best way to prevent mold is to dry the building quickly. If you suspect there is a water damage in your home, you should have a thermal imaging inspection. Done by a qualified inspector, no matter how small. Call only properly certified water damage restoration companies like Accent American. The IICRC website is where you can check for certifications.