Our team of restoration specialists is ready to help you with water removal cleanup. For over 30 years, our crews have worked promptly and courteously to restore homes and peace of mind after devastating water damage. As certified technicians, we are here to help restore your home to better than it was prior to the incident. After arriving on the scene, we will work to mitigate the damage, safely remove 97% of the water, and properly dry out the rest.
Common Causes Of Water Damage
Some of the common scenarios that require water damage restoration services include:
- Flooded Bathroom Cleanup
- Flooded Kitchen Cleanup
- Busted Pipes
- Plumbing Leaks
- Flooding and Roof Damage from Storms
- Water damage from Water Heater Overflow
The 3 Types of Water Damage
Depending on the source of your water damage, you could have hazardous pathogens in your home as a result of flooding. We provide residential restoration services for the following scenarios:
Category 1 Water Damage
Also known as clean water floods, these involve water that doesn't contain harmful pathogens and therefore isn't a threat. Examples are water from broken pipes, falling rain, or an overflowing sink or tub. Water may also come from rainwater or snowmelt. Since the water originates from a sanitary source, this type of damage is the least dangerous of the three categories. However, the water may come into contact with contaminants such as dirt or bacteria if left unattended. This can result in unsafe and unsanitary conditions and may escalate the damage from category 1 to category 2 or 3.
In most cases, a professional restoration team will be able to salvage a building that's experienced category 1 water damage. This generally involves removing excess water and drying out damaged drywall, flooring, and carpet.
Category 2 Water Damage
Category 2 or gray water floods come from significantly contaminated sources and can be very harmful to humans. The water could come from toilets, washing machines, aquariums, or dishwashers. Burst water beds and hydrostatic pressure seepage can also cause this type of damage. The pathogens found in these water sources are a serious risk to the health and safety of building inhabitants and left untreated, gray water can escalate to category 3 damage.
If you experience gray water flooding, it's vital to get in contact with a water damage restoration team immediately. Aside from removing excess water and drying floors and walls, your residential restoration team will also have the know-how and expertise to disinfect the damaged areas and protect you and your loved ones from illness.
Category 3 Water Damage
Black water or category 3 water damage is the most dangerous type of flooding your home can experience. Water sources that contain pathogenic agents from sewage, waste line backflows, streams, rivers, lakes, and hurricanes can cause this type of damage. If your home experiences black water flooding, you should evacuate immediately and contact a professional water damage restoration crew.
Technicians performing black water restoration must be trained in proper health and safety practices. In these cases, the restoration process usually includes the draining of excess water and the removal of damaged materials, including drywall, carpets, and hardwood floors. An extensive sanitation process and replacement of most surfaces will follow.
Water Damage Restoration Services
We Can Restore The Damage Left on Your Home by Floods
At Anderson Restoration, we offer a range of water damage restoration services to help you preserve your home and protect your family in Houston and across Texas and beyond. These are some of the services that we can perform for you today:
- Pack-out: When the team arrives, they'll make an initial inspection to gauge the extent of the damage, pack up all the items that can be saved, and transport them to a different location where they can be sanitized, dried, and restored. In some cases, sanitation, cleaning, and restoration will take place on-site.
- Mitigation: Mitigation refers to a range of steps that your restoration team will take to prevent further damage. This usually involves making an initial inspection, shutting off any water supplies that are still running, extracting standing water, and drying the affected areas.
- Rebuilding: Flooding frequently causes structural damage and can make many surfaces unusable. At Anderson Restoration, we can help you rebuild sections of your home that were damaged. We can also remove and replace flooring and walls to restore the look of your home and prevent harmful mold from growing.
Schedule a Free Estimate Today!
If you live in the Cypress, Texas, area and have suffered water damage to your home, look no further than Anderson Restoration LLC. Our team of certified and experienced restoration technicians is standing by, ready to help you recover and get your home back to its original condition. Don't delay the restoration of your property from water damage. Call us today for a free water damage restoration estimate at (281) 376-7474 or (817) 226-2111, or fill out our contact form for more information.