Water Damage Restoration

Regardless of the cause; quick and effective water removal is crucial for preventing additional damage to property. Thoroughly drying the structure can prevent mold and mildew, as well as rust and corrosion damage to machinery, equipment and appliances.

Our team will extract water and dry out the structure as well by using special extraction equipment, air movers and dehumidification equipments.

Why Choose Us

We provide quality and timely water damage restoration services in Ontario. Our reliable technicians can be reached whenever you need them. Our water damage restoration services are trusted to handle your requirements as:

  • We are well-equipped with state-of-the-art technology and follow industry standards for restoring your property to pre-loss state.
  • Our certified technicians and experts repair numerous damages caused by flood or sewer damage efficiently and in a timely manner.
  • We identify and estimate damage, manage sewer backflow and neutralize harmful molds and bacteria.
  • Our trained professionals help you determine the proper value of the materials lost to establish restoration procedures.
  • We monitor the drying process daily and reposition the drying equipment as needed.

The Water Damage Stages

Our trained professionals use proper procedures to remediate severe backflows, flooding and contamination as per industry standards. We take into account individual circumstances for each restoration job. The water damage is assessed in five stages.

The 5 Stages of Water Damage


Stage 1: The Free-Flow of Water by Gravity.

Gravity will level out standing water and cause it to find cracks in the floor, penetrate plumbing and many other openings. This affects the floors as well as other adjacent spaces.

Quick action at earlier stages of water damage will reduce the additional costs and the resulting cleanup. On the other hand, delayed action increases both exponentially.

Stage 2: The Wicking of Moisture Into Materials That Are in Direct Contact.

Damage continues to increase as long as standing water touches gypsum board, wood floors, furniture and documents due to the tendency of materials to draw in moisture through capillary action.

This damage can be mitigated by quick and thorough water-extraction, as it will remove the standing water and stop the wicking. Effective action at this stage will drastically reduce the time and effort to dry out the wet building materials.

Stage 3: Damage Due to High Humidity.

This occurs when the moisture in the wet materials begins to evaporate, saturating the surrounding air. Previously unaffected materials now take in the moisture.

Early signs of high humidity damage include condensation forming on walls, ceiling tiles sagging from high moisture content and paper stock taking on moisture to the point it cannot be used for copying. This damage is mitigated by controlling the relative humidity inside the building through the use of high-capacity LGR dehumidifiers.

Quick action at this stage will keep the moisture content of the building material and contents below the threshold at which they support microbial growth.

Stage 4: Active Microbial Growth.

Active microbial growth begins when materials have taken on sufficient moisture to be able to support mold. The threshold for most cellulose-based material (i.e., wood, documents and the paper covering on gypsum board) is when their moisture content exceeds 20 to 25 percent of their weight.

This damage can be reduced by controlling three key conditions of the building's air: relative humidity, temperature and air circulation. Controlling these will create an environment that will rapidly dry the materials back to their pre-loss moisture content.

Effective action at this point will generally confine the damage to the area that was directly affected by the water damage event.

Stage 5: The Spreading of Microbes to Other Areas of the Building.

The spreading of microbes (i.e., mold, odors and other pathogens) may eventually occur due to unchecked microbial growth in the affected area, the movement of people throughout the building, air circulation systems and/or elevator movement from floor-to-floor.

If this stage of water damage occurs, a comprehensive plan must be put together involving various indoor air quality professionals and contractors.

Quick and effective action at the earliest possible stage will reduce interruption to the business, reduce overall restoration costs and increase the likelihood that irreplaceable items will still be usable.

This type of needed action can be facilitated by contacting our 24 hour number for immediate assistance. Our fleet of dehumidifiers and turbo dryers will be ready to go at a moment’s notice.

Our goal is to recover not replace your valuables!

We understand your budget and the job costs. Water damage doesn't have to impact your budget. When a water issue occurs it is usually a direct result of poor workmanship or failed materials. Someone should be held accountable for your damages.

Our documentation depicts cause and origin, which will help you defend and enforce charge back to your subcontractors or suppliers.

Contact us today to get 24/7 assistance in water damage restoration in Ontario.

 

24/7 Emergency Contact

  • 24/7 Emergency number
    (909) 259-9905 or (310) 405-0782
  • Instant response and outstanding service
  • Restoration and reconstruction
  • Professional high quality work from start to finish
  • We accepted all types of insurance (Direct Billing)
  • 100% satisfaction guarantee

We specialize in

  • Complete Structural Drying and Dehumidification
  • Commercial Restoration
  • Content Restoration
  • Fire and Smoke Damage (Cleanup & Assessment)
  • Emergency Board Ups
  • Environmental Services