Residential Restoration Services
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Limegreen Restoration is ready to help 24 Hours a day, 7 days a week. No matter what the emergency, we have certified technicians and emergency equipment ready day and night. Whether you are experiencing a water, fire, smoke, mold, or storm emergency, we will be able to respond to your needs immediately. When your home is on the line, you cannot afford to wait for a restoration service that does not respond in the fastest manner possible.
We offer free estimates, and can begin work immediately.
Our service crews will be on the move within 15 minutes. It doesn’t matter if its 9 am or 2 am. We are always standing by ready to tackle any size damage from water.
Why Choose Limegreen Restoration?
- We have an A+ Rating with the BBB
- We are IICRC Certified (quality control)
- You will speak with a live person – 24/7
- Our trucks are on the way within 15 minutes, often arriving within an hour.
- We work directly with your insurance company
- We stay in communication with you throughout the entire process
- Family owned and operated
Your satisfaction is our goal. As a matter of fact, when we arrive we will tell you that we want to earn a 5-Star rating for our remediation work. Thus, if you are not satisfied with our work at any time, we ask you to please let us know immediately. With respect to the cleanup process, we will be with you every step of the way through your restoration, from the initial emergency cleanup, to dealing with the insurance company.
Our Six Step Satisfaction Process
We genuinely want to do the best job possible with the goal of having you back in your home as soon as possible. To accomplish this, our restoration team observes the following process:
Step 1 - Stop The Leak
Our accredited technicians use the latest leak detecting equipment to moisture map & moisture read all potential areas. This technology allows us to identify any potential active leaks of water. It also assures we are able to find all point of water intrusion. The faster we can stop the leak, the less damage you will have with your building and its contents.
Step 2 - Extract The Water
Our crews will then extract & remove the water using our specialized extraction equipment. This may include a flood extractor, a hydro-xtreme extractor, a water claw or a wand. We will test and retest moisture levels of the affected areas. Contents that can not be saved, will be carefully removed from the building. The goal is to get the water out of your home as fast as possible.
Step 3 - Dry The Affected Areas
Once the majority of the water has been removed, Lime Green Restoration will use our commercial air movers and dehumidifiers to begin drying your premises. The key is not just which equipment you use, but how to set it up to ensure your home is dried properly. In this step, the humidity and temperature monitoring continues to be essential in ensuring that a flood job is dried properly.
Step 4 - Sanitize The Affected Areas
Sanitizing the affected areas is the final step in the mitigation process. We want to assure that your property is safe for its occupants to return. Depending on the intensity of the job, we may utilize antibacterial, disinfectant or antimicrobial solutions. The goal of this process is to remedy the home of any further exposure to bacteria, viruses or mold.
Step 5 - Help File The Claim
As part of our remediation services, we will help you file your claim with your insurance company. Damage from water is a common type of claim insurance experience. We help you through the process step by step to assure the insurance company compensates you for everything that needs to be done to keep your house clean and your family safe.
Step 6 - Recheck
Depending on the job at hand, we may opt to recheck the work after several weeks. We want to assure everything is in good order and that you are satisfied with the work we have done. Your satisfaction is always our biggest goal.
Common Restoration Questions
Is Damage from Water Considered An Emergency?
Yes. Unwanted water will cause considerable structural damage because many building materials like drywall, carpeting and wood soak up water. Ignoring the damage is a bad idea, as it will surely spread further and cause additional damage throughout your home. Even small leaks can lead to major structural damage over time. The presence of water also causes mold growth which can affect your health and your property. If the water comes from an outside sources, such as a flood or sewage backup, it will contain bacteria that can spread disease. We recommend addressing any damage immediately.
Is Damage from Water Covered By My Homeowners Insurance?
It depends. A standard homeowner’s insurance policy usually only covers damage from water if it was sudden or accidental. Examples of this include burst pipes, burst valves, overflowing tubs or sinks, washer machine malfunctions, etc. Depending on where you live, normal homeowner’s insurances do not cover any type of flooding which is caused by rising rivers, rain, or sewer backups. A homeowners must purchase a separate flood policy if he/she wants to be protected against such events.
We encourage all homeowners to be aware of the possibility of damage from water and to assure they know what to do if such an incident occurs. While it is not 100%, being prepared and maintenance prevention is the best defense against any type of water or flooding. In case of such an incident, you should always call a trusted restoration professional. You do not want to do the job yourself. The right professionals have the type of equipment that is designed to remove the water from your property and restore the damage to the affected furnishings the right way.
What Are The Common Causes Of Damage From Water?
Natural floods are the most major cause of damage. Natural disasters such as flooding and heavy rain, can contribute to the damage in homes and buildings. There are also many structural causes including roof leaks, burst pipes, leaking washers, tub overflows, or sewage backups. It is imperative to be aware of these potential issues so you can take preventative measures to avoid any costly repairs.
What Steps Should I Take After Experiencing Damage?
Time is of the essence. As soon as you realize you have a water problem, you must contact a licensed technician who will be able to mitigate the problem based on governmental health code standards. These restoration professionals will stop the spread of the water to impede further damage. Always shut off all utilities, as you don’t know where live electrical wires may be conducting electricity in the water. After the water has been stopped, you should document all damage immediately. You should certainly not enter a flooded room if the electricity is still on or if the room may contain sewage water. Leave your home if you believe there is structural damage.
What Will A Restoration Company Do?
Our technicians begin by stopping the source of the excess water. Any professional must stop the flow of water before any cleanup can commence. Once the water has been removed, the Limegreen restoration crew would remove any of the affected furniture, carpeting, drywall, woodwork, insulation, etc. These building materials will either be dried, cleaned and restored or they will be disposed of depending on the severity of the damage. Following the packout, the technicians then set up specialized drying and dehumidification equipment to treat the affected area. If necessary, they will also clean and disinfect the affected areas to assure no mold will grow in the future.
Emergency Services include the following:
The process of removing water from a dwelling to stop the destructive processes of rotting of wood, mold growth, rusting of steel, de-laminating of materials, warping of plywood etc.
The process of removing burned structural components such as walls, ceilings, floor coverings, etc. Including the inspection of the structural framing to assure everything is safe.
The process of removing, cleaning, sanitizing, or other treatment, including preventive work, of mold or mold-contaminated matter that was not intentionally grown at that location.
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