Water & Flood Damage

Whether it comes from a burst pipe, natural disaster, or accident, water can cause devastating consequences to your property and personal belongings. A water intrusion event in your home or business has the potential to cause serious health issues if not dealt with properly and promptly.

When water damage affects you, the most crucial element in mitigating your loss is time. Mold can begin to grow in as little as 24-48 hours after a water intrusion event. You need to act fast to protect your property and insure you will have optimum coverage from your insurance company. Insurers may not cover your mold claim if water is left unattended in your home or business.

Mold growth can be avoided if you remove water immediately and stop the source of the leak. Applied Restoration Group will quickly respond with sophisticated commercial-dehumidification equipment to quickly and efficiently return your property to its pre-loss condition.

We work with all insurance companies and will guide you through the insurance claim process. Applied Restoration Group can answer your questions and will work directly with your insurance company to get your claim settled quickly and hassle free.

Water Facts

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Water categories a property owner should be familiar with:

Water from a clean source with no substantial risk of causing sickness or discomfort is said to be “clean”. Examples include broken water supply lines, tub or sink overflows with no contaminants, and appliance malfunctions involving water supply lines.
Water that does carry a significant degree of chemical, biological, and/or physical contamination. Examples include aquarium leaks, waterbed leaks, toilet bowl overflows, dishwasher or clothes washer discharges, and water that enters the structure from hydrostatic pressure (from below grade).
When water intrusion results from a grossly unsanitary source or carries pathogenic (disease causing) agents. Examples include discharge from toilets that originate from beyond the toilet trap (from the sewer or septic system) and intrusions from the surface of ground water into the structure (flood waters).

Prevent secondary water damage