Extensive and problematic water damage comes as a result of a storm, flooding, or plumbing problems. Quick action is needed to keep the damage to a minimum. Peak Performance’s pros specialize in restoration and repairing after water damage has made its mark. We’ll help you understand the complexity and severity of the damage to your home so you’re able to make the best decision for restoration
Peak Performance uses advanced equipment to detect moisture and remove standing water. After this process, we can assist in creating a plan for remodeling and reconstructing your home to its pre-damaged condition.
When your home floods, it is a stressful and traumatic situation. There isn’t an instruction manual that is readily available to homeowners when this situation occurs. Most people will panic and have no idea what to do before a professional water damage restoration company can help. Have a plan in place before something like this happens, and you can be prepared in case you ever need to deal with it.
Steps to Take Before Professionals Arrive:
- Shut down power to your home (for severe flooding)
- Locate and turn off the main water valve
- Contact Peak Restoration immediately
As a business owner, you need need fast action to remedy any sort of water damage to your building. After all, it IS your livelihood! Getting back to working condition is a top priority for Peak Performance. We will help cut the downtime your business experiences due to water damage.
No matter what level of damage your business has, we can handle it. From drywall replacement to a full reconstruction, Peak Performance are the ones to call! We will work with you and the occupants of your building to develop a plan of action to prevent and minimize disruption.
Water damage caused by a flood is a problem that will only get worse over time. Depending on the source of the flooding, you could be dealing with contaminants such as human waste, urine, fecal matter, bacteria, and other contaminants that can cause illness or even death. This is considered “black water” and should only be removed by trained water damage restoration professionals.
If the source of the flooding is coming from a kitchen sink, bathroom sink, dishwasher, or shower, this is considered “grey water” and is safe to be around. Grey water may contain some bacteria but is harmless to humans as long as it is cleaned up quickly. Grey water can turn into black water if not cleaned up in as little as 48 hours.
Contact Peak Restoration immediately after a flood event as we can prevent systemic water damage to your home or business.
Our water damage repair specialists are fully trained and certified in water damage restoration by the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC). You can trust that our water damage flood restoration experts will make repairs consistent with the established codes and regulations. We will gladly work with your insurance if you need to make a claim.
Give us a call today to speak to one of our water damage restoration specialists.