Water Damage Restoration

Water damage is an issue that needs to be handled quickly and correctly by professional water damage restoration professionals. Otherwise, it can lead to more harm to your home and family. The first step to damage restoration is locating and addressing the source of the water. It may be a damaged pipe, crack in the foundation, or something else entirely. Be sure to contact a professional to aid you in this vital step. Once you ensure that no more water can enter your home, you can start the cleanup and restoration process.

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To do so, you will need to hire a professional restoration company like KHR. We are here to walk you through every step of the process and prevent your home from becoming even more damaged. Special tools and equipment are needed to gauge the extent of the damage and to restore the property. Only experienced and skilled companies are able to complete a water damage restoration project from start to finish. We are thorough, detail-oriented, and committed to completing your restoration project properly.

Our Process

Our water restoration services offer complete floor drying and sanitation
solutions to help rebuild damaged sections of your home. The steps we
will take to repair and water damage in your home includes:

1Inspection

First, we must inspect your property to ensure the source of the water is addressed and to determine the extent of the damage.

2Water Removal

Then, we will remove any excess water that is still in your home. This step is especially necessary in cases of flooding.

3Drying

Before we can begin restoring, we must remove all the excess moisture from the area.

4Cleaning

Next, we will clean anything in the area that can be cleaned.

5Restoration

Lastly, we will begin the restoration process, repairing or replacing anything that needs it like flooring, cabinets, walls, and more.

Classes of Water Damage

Class 1 – this is the lowest level of damage where only part of a room may have absorbed moisture.

Class 2 – this level has affected an entire room where the flooring and walls have absorbed moisture.

Class 3 – damages are elevated, absorbed water into the walls and ceiling and most of the room is saturated with water.

Class 4 – this level of damage requires specialty drying and remediation procedures due to damages to specialty materials like hardwood, stonework and concrete.

Categories of Water Damage

Category 1 – involves damage from a clean source of water such as toilet tanks or broken pipes that supply clean water.

Category 2 – “grey water” damage comes from water sources with other components like urine, clothes or dishwasher detergents.

Category 3 – this water is completely unsanitary and can cause illness, disease or death. This water comes from sewage, river flooding or standing bacteria infected waters.