Sanitizing After Damage From Water
Our residential services division handles all types of emergency response and restoration work.
- Water Mitigation
- Fire Restoration
- Mold Remediation
Trucks dispatched within 15 minutes.
dWater damaging is one of the most devastating problems that a homeowner can ever have to face. From burst pipes, flooding and leaking faucets, water damaging can lead to unprecedented damage to your home or furniture. Lime Green Restoration is a trusted company that has worked with residents to curb such problems. Our services range from water cleanup removal, flood cleanup, complete restoration and even plumbing services. Our experienced and qualified team has a reputation for getting the job done and getting it done the right way. Our services are available any time of the week. Give us a call to experience our outstanding services.
About our professional services
At Lime Green Restoration, we guarantee top-notch professional services. Additionally, our technicians are IICRC (Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification) certified, and this means that they have a reputation for attaining the expectations of our customers.
Lime Green Restoration also stands out because it helps owners to file insurance claims after damage happens. We understand that most homeowners have not submitted an insurance claim before and we take it upon ourselves to handle the task and save you the hassle.
Importance of fixing residential water damaging quickly
Failure to deal with water damaging immediately it happens can cause irreversible problems and make the homeowner incur unnecessary costs. Thus, a prompt response can significantly reduce the damage, and in turn, save you a lot of money. Damages happen when water begins to evaporate on its own. What happens is air absorbs the water and distributes it to other items and the ceiling, tiles and the walls. The resulting disaster is called secondary damage, and is responsible for; sagging and cracking of plaster and sheetrock, loosening of vinyl from the floor, the presence of molds within 48 hours, and buckling of hardwood floors. Lime Green Restoration takes the responsibility to reverse such damages and make your home habitable just like before.
Steps in the cleaning and sanitizing process
Step 1– Emergency contact- our team will call you to understand the situation better. We ask questions that will help us to respond more swiftly.
Step 2– Water inspection and assessment- at this stage, we assess the extent of damage to create a practical plan for restoration. We also determine the areas most affected as well as the type of damage from water.
Step 3– Water extraction and removal- We use our sophisticated machinery to conduct this process. We also ensure that we embark on extraction as soon as we can to minimize further damages.
Step 4– Drying and dehumidification- This is where we use specialized equipment to remove the water that is hard to reach after the bulk of it is removed. We use less intrusive scientific methods to remove the water, and then remove the remaining moisture using air movers and dehumidifiers.
Step 5– Cleaning and Sanitization- We clean and sanitize personal items such as clothes and furniture using antimicrobial treatments. Also, we use industrial air scrubbers and fogging equipment to remove odors.
Step 6– Restoration- This is where we embark on restoring your home to pre-damage conditions. The restoration process happens depending on the extent of damage caused. It can range from replacing drywall cells to significant reconstructions like rebuilding entire rooms.
No doubt, Lime Green Restoration is the only company that can solve all the damaging water issues mentioned above. Our services are custom-made for every customer, with the focus on giving your home a better look after damages happen. Our quick response team is always ready to help you protect your home, and bringing your pride back is our priority.
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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.