Are you dealing with water damage in your home or business? You may be wondering how long it will take to restore your property to its original condition. The answer depends on several factors, such as the extent of the damage and the materials used to repair it. In this blog post, we’ll explain how long it typically takes for water damage restoration and what factors could affect the timeline. We’ll also discuss the importance of professional services and when it’s best to enlist help. Read on to learn more about water damage restoration and how long it takes to repair them.
If you’re dealing with a water damage problem in your home or business, you may not be aware of the full range of services a water damage restoration company can provide. A water damage restoration company is a specialized service that provides a variety of services to help repair and restore properties that have been damaged by water. From flood damage remediation to mold removal, a water damage company can help get your property back in working order. In this blog post, we’ll discuss the five things you didn’t know a water damage restoration company could do.
With Summer coming to an end, Fall is right around the corner. Fall is usually a time when Vancouver residents shut down their barbeques, winterize their gardens, and fold up their lawn chairs. It’s also the best time to start preparing your home for the rainy Vancouver winters. With how quickly the weather changes in Vancouver and the lower mainland, preparing your home for the coming months is crucial. The Incredible Restoration’s Expert Water Damage Restoration Team put these tips together to prepare the inside and outside of your home for fall and winter weather.
This guide will touch upon interior and exterior home preparation for the winter months, to help keep you and your family safe from any possible water damage.
Hopefully, this article hasn’t reached you too late, and instead, you are being a responsible homeowner and want to know how to prevent water damage or prevent your house from flooding. Or perhaps someone you know recently had a water damage incident in their home and now you are trying to avoid it from happening in yours. Well, that is what we want to help you with…
The following tips will not only apply during stormy weather but also the day-to-day things you can do to prevent water damage issues. Continue reading “13 Tips To Prevent Water Damage In Your Home (2021)”
Water damage and flooding is extremely frustrating and can cost you thousands in repairs if you can’t detect it.
Depending on the type of home you live in…
you may be at a higher risk of water damage.
The age of your home and how it was built plays a big part in the structure and insulation which…
could prove to be a source for potential water damage.
What if I told you that the spill you forgot to clean yesterday would get moldy tomorrow?
Did you know, mold inside a home can begin growing in as little as two to three days?
Yeah we know, it’s insane.
Mold in your home is a scary topic considering how it can grow almost everywhere.
Doing a simple google search on the topic could have anyone concerned about their health.
Finding mold in our homes is concerning enough, but without proper knowledge, assessment, and testing it’s difficult to determine how severe the situation is.
When we buy home insurance, the last thing we want to do is file a claim.
Protecting our families and our homes are our first priority and we do whatever we can to ensure our safety and well being.
However, having to claim insurance comes when you least expect…
With the COVID-19 pandemic requiring most of us to stay and work from home, it seems like there’s no better time to tackle any DIY restoration jobs we have.
When it comes to any property damage restoration, the safety of you and your family comes first.
Safety, however, is often overlooked by an amateur restorer.
Before taking on the project,
You should first assess the situation,
and think of what safety gear (PPE or Personal protective equipment) is appropriate for the project.
“My home has flooded and experienced water damage, what do I do?”
What if I told you I could give you a checklist of things to do to mitigate water damage in your home?
Rainy weather in Vancouver might be making you concerned about the possibility of a flood or leak in your home.
Keep in mind that being aware of the risks and possible sources of water damage can be crucial to preventing a flood in your home.
By following these tips, you’ll know exactly what to do during a flood in your home.
So what do we mean by flooding? Well, the word flooding is loosely interchanged with water damage, and really what it refers to is any kind of water that has leaked, spilled, or intruded into your home and thus causing damage.
Anything from a leaking roof, toilet overflow, broken water pipe, excess water from rain, water appearing on your drywall, wet flooring, or a drainage problem causing your bathroom, kitchen, basement, or anywhere in your home to flood are examples of water damage.
So, if you happen to find yourself in this situation here are our 6 expert tips for dealing with a flood or water damage in your home.
Water heaters are one of the most common reasons for water damage in your home. Your average water heater only has a lifespan of 10 years.
They experience wear and tear, malfunctions and generally degrades over time.
The last thing you want is to wake up during a cold winter day, hop in the shower and get drenched with freezing cold water.
I’ve had it happen to me and I wouldn’t wish it upon my worst enemy.
That’s why we should consider replacing our water heaters when it’s time.