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Lake Forest Plumbers say, discovering water damage in your home can be a traumatic experience.

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Lake Forest Plumbers say, from the initial discovery to finding a quality restoration and cleanup company, understanding the whole cleanup process can be stressful for some homeowners.

If you believe you have damage at home from water, find out what to expect from the water damage cleanup process from a professional restoration company.

Check for Water Damage

Lake Forest Plumbers say, if you believe that the home has water damage, there are a few key areas to test.

Even if there’s only a small leak or a small musty smell, take steps immediately to be sure the challenge is correctly taken care of.

Here are a few important areas to track for water damage:

Symptoms of water damage in any of these locations needs to be taken seriously.

If you suspect any water damage, or if you should be sure your home has extensive damage, contact a restoration company immediately.

Dry Your Home

After the majority of the water is removed, our specialists can start drying your home.

This measure can vary, depending on the magnitude of the damage.

Specialists make work with of a range of dehumidifiers and professional drying machines to help keep the structural elements of your home dry and safe from mold damage.

Drying is not important for the walls and floors but is also essential for rebuilding the air quality of your home.

Airborne bacteria, as well as musty, unpleasant scents, can often linger after water or mold from your home.

Select a company that can assist you to restore not just the construction materials of one’s home but also the clean air. We have an array of great contacts

Assess for Mold

Mold and water damage are often found together in houses that have undergone large amounts of water over a span of time.

There are many harmful effects of mold in your home, and dozens of places mold growth can hide hidden in your home.

A key part of any inspection and restoration process is assessing for mold.

If your home also has mold damage, we can easily include mold cleanup to a in depth restoration process.

Mold cleanup utilizes many of the same steps as water cleanup, such as:

  • Assessing the damage
  • Containing the spread of mold
  • Filtering the area
  • Removing harmful mould
  • Drying your home
  • Repairing damaged materials
  • Testing for any lingering mould growth



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