Why is Water Damage Restoration so Important?

After a wet disaster such as a flood or burst pipes, moisture will affect substructures such as plaster,drywall, wood, concrete and carpet. Mould is of course a primary concern, but there may be other problems related to water damage – crumbling drywall and plaster, rusting metal surfaces, weakening supports, electrical faults and more. If the…

Tips for Water Emergencies

If you have been affected by a flooding disaster in your home, follow these tips to minimise damage as much as possible. Move all family members and pets to a hygienic and secure location If you are able to, turn off your water supply Turn off the power before moving any electrical appliances or devices…

Signs of Water Damage in your Home

From severe weather events such as floods and cyclones to more insidious incidents such as faulty pipes and plumbing problems, water can find its way into our homes and cause extensive damage. While extensive flooding in your home is easy to spot, there are many causes of water damage that may not be immediately noticeable.…

The Water Damage Restoration Process.

Excess water removal is the beginning point of restoration procedures. This can be achieved by physical means such as mopping or soaking up excess moisture from hard surfaces and furnishings. However, it can also involve the use of more sophisticated techniques and equipment such as pumps or commercial wet vacuuming equipment. The next step in…

Tips for Water Emergencies

If you have been affected by a flooding disaster in your home, follow these tips to minimise damage as much as possible. Move all family members and pets to a hygienic and secure location If you are able to, turn off your water supply Turn off the power before moving any electrical appliances or devices…