Water Damage Inspection In Homes & Businesses
Identifying the cause of water damage involves a keen eye for detail. It often requires the right kind of techniques to be able to make an accurate assessment of the problem. The Mold Girl maintains a dedicated team of experienced specialists who have extensive experience in detecting and measuring symptoms of water damage.
Understanding exactly what causes indoor flooding to your South Carolina home or business, how much water damage it may have caused, and what could be done about it, are the vital first steps toward a more successful recovery project. Here at The Mold Girl, we understand only too well, and all these three acts create the core of our flood damage assessment process.
When you contact us for aid, our polite and competent representatives will schedule a free and comprehensive inspection of the water damage done to your property. In fact, we will give you lots of of our advice on restoration recommendations.
Here's what you can anticipate when The Mold Girl comes to your home or business place for a flood damage inspection:
Identification of the water source–When we arrive at the scene and the water damage is not yet under control, don't worry, we will take good care of everything for you. We're going to find out where the water comes from and avoid it at the origin. We can then collect the water so that it will not disperse to other parts of your property.
Water Sanitation–There are three kinds of floodwaters: white water, which would be non-harmful, non-contaminated water, which originates from taps, water heaters, and toilet water tanks. Gray water also comprises of contaminants which are not highly toxic. Types include washing machine air, kitchen sink, and dishwasher spill. There's black water, too. This type of water is harmful to human health, and interaction with it must be averted at all times. Water from bathroom backflows, wastewater, and floodwaters from natural catastrophes are prime examples.
Moisture Damage Mapping–In this portion of the assessment process, we hunt down the last pockets of unwanted water in your home. We need to make sure your house is totally dry before we begin repairs, general maintenance work. Utilizing state-of-the-art equipment, we'll let you clearly understand where all of the water is and what kind of potential harm it creates.
Classification of the Damage Category – They need to be very thorough with the details of the flood damage in order to make a good insurance claim. It includes classifying damage to your property as pre-existing, flood-induced or secondary.
Pre-existing damage, as the title suggests, is physical harm to your property that occurred before the indoor flood occurred. Flooding-caused is the damage your house takes as a direct consequence of the flood. Secondary concerns damage that occurs as a side effect of direct flood damage. Mold growth is a great example of secondary damage.
Based on the terms of your insurance contract, you may have flood-related and secondary damages covered.
Recommendation and Quote – Following conclusion of the review, we will provide you with the best rehabilitation plan to restore the property to pre-flooding conditions. This will include details of the work and materials involved in the project.
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