The Top Name for Water Damage Restoration in Asheville, NC, Western North Carolina and the South Carolina Upstate
At Secure Restoration, we understand the stress and heartache that can be caused by water damage in your home. Our team has years of experience in helping our customers with every step of water damage restoration in Asheville, NC, and nearby areas we serve. From water extraction to working with your insurance company we are here to help.
Why Hire Us for Water Damage Repair and Restoration?
Since 2012, Secure Restoration has been a dependable and consistently reliable source for water damage repair and restoration. A+ rated and accredited by the Better Business Bureau, we’re an IICRC certified company that keeps client satisfaction in mind at all times with:
- 24/7 Emergency Service
- 12+ Years of Experience
- Licensed & Insured in NC, SC, AL, and FL
- We work with all Insurance Companies
- IICRC Certified
- A+ Accredited by the Better Business Bureau
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When you’re dealing with water damage it’s crucial that you act quickly in order to minimize the destruction. Your first port of call is to avoid further damage by plugging the leak or stopping the flooding. From there, you and your water damage restoration company can get to work undoing any damage and making repairs to your belongings and your property.
In this detailed overview, we’ll look at what water damage service entails and how you can go about preventing further damage to your things.
WHAT IS WATER DAMAGE RESTORATION?
Water damage restoration refers to the process of reversing the damage done to a property by water. This damage might be caused by a leak, by flooding, or by another event. At any rate, a number of different procedures and tools can be used in order to minimize the cost of the water damage and to salvage belongings that may be financially or sentimentally valuable. When it comes to water damage restoration there are two large certifying bodies that oversee procedures and that ensure everything is handled as it should be. These are the IICRC and the RIA. The majority of water damage restoration companies will use the procedural standards laid out by the IICRC (Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification) which is called the ‘S500′. Looking for a service that adheres to these guidelines is a good way to ensure a certain quality of service and the best possible outcome. The S500 uses reliable and standardized restoration principles based on research and experience.
Many water damage restoration companies will even go as far as to provide building and construction services to physically restore your property for a low cost. This might be necessary where damage has led to a negative impact on the structural integrity of your property for instance, or where it has caused damage to the walls and flooring. You can also supplement these services yourself with other services in order to repair and replace your damaged and lost items. In other cases, building and repair work may need to take place earlier in the water damage restoration process. For instance, if you have a hole in your roofing that is causing water to come in, then it may be necessary to repair this damage before the rest of the restoration services can begin.
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- Asheville, NC
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- All of Western North Carolina
- The Upstate of South Carolina
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