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  • Hurricane Damage
  • Mold Removal
  • Structural Repair
  • Reconstruction
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    Water Damage Restoration

    Roof Leaking

    For a quote or to schedule an appointment with one of our water damage experts, call 1(855) 24-RESTORE. National Restoration is your premier local water damage restoration team

    Water damage can be a minor roof leak, broken pipe or even a devastating flood. Whichever the case, water can affect your home's structure, belongings and furnishings. Water can also carry a lot of bacteria. If it's not treated right away, it can affect you and your family's health. This can also be very expensive if not taken care of right away.

    5 Steps To Check For Possible Water Damage

    Step 1: Check all the pipes, seals, faucets and fittings in your home. First, look for any drips or pools of water. Also, check for musty smells under kitchen and bathroom cabinets. All of these issues tend to point to possible water damage. They may not seam like a big deal, but you still should get them fixed before the problem gets worse.

    Step 2: Check behind your washing machine and under all the sinks in your home. Look for dry, cracked hoses that are no longer flexible. They should be replaced because they are most likely to break and start leaking large amounts of water.

    Step 3: Check the overflow pans on your air conditioner and even your refrigerator. They should be draining properly. If they are not, this could be a potential water damage hazard and should be taken care of.

    Step 4: Check your roof. Walk around on your roof and look for discoloration in the shingles or soft spots. You should also check in your attic if you have one.

    Step 5: Check the walls, ceiling, carpets and hardwood floors. Look for any slight discoloration. If you see anything, this could indicate a slow leak problem. It may not be damp in that area, but the discoloration is your first clue and should be taken care of. This will prevent further water damage.

    A Fast Response From National is Crucial

    By calling National Restoration and getting us out to resolve the problem right away, you can greatly reduce the repair cost as well as possible health risks. We have a team of technicians that will stabilize the water damage and stop it from getting worse. This makes it easier to begin the process of restoring your home and belongings.

    Restoring Your Home and Belongings

    At National Restoration, we can save or restore your personal belongings. Including everything from furniture, appliances, electronic equipment and your precious family heirlooms. Our professionally trained estimators are quick to access the damage and put together a cost effective scope to help us restore your home as fast as possible.

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    Safety Tips

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    Sewage Clean Up

    Sewage backflows are a severe health threat to indoor air quality environment. It can particularly affect small children, the elderly, and those with immune system or respiratory problems. The longer the contamination continues to persist, the greater the potential for mold growth. Sewage can come from several sources:

    The institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) offers these facts to dispel some typical myths:

    Fact # 1

    Sewage from oceans, lakes or rivers is not clean. This water contains contaminants such as microorganisms, bacteria and pesticides. Trapped inside walls or under floor coverings, it doesn't take long to become a "smelly" health hazard.

    Fact #2

    Sewage-saturated carpets can not be "saved. " Absolutely not! Porous materials, such as carpet, pad, upholstery, bedding, wicker, paper goods, or fabrics that can't be washed in hot water, must be disposed of safely.

    Fact #3

    Partially sewage-flooded buildings are not safe. Unless contaminated areas can be sealed off to prevent cross-contamination of other areas, the structure is not safe to reside in. Only trained professionals using specialized equipment are qualified to restore sewage damage.

    We at National Restoration have trained technicians to deal with sewage clean ups and floods. We encourage you NOT to attempt to clean up sewage contamination. Leave it up to the professionals that are equipped to deal with it.