When it comes to water damage restoration, timing is everything.
There are some restoration jobs that can be put off, but water damage restoration is definitely not one of them. It is only going to get worse if you wait. If you have experienced water damage at your home or business in Asheville, North Carolina, you can call us here at Warren Restoration for immediate help. We are available seven days a week and 24 hours a day to help with all your water damage restoration needs.
When you call us about water damage restoration, we are going to want to know what kind of water we are dealing with if possible. Here are the three types of water that could damage your home or business:
- Clean water: If the water is rainwater coming in through a roof leaf, water from a leaky pipe or some sort of condensation, it is considered clean water. This means that it is less likely to have dangerous pathogens.
- Grey water: If the water is coming from appliances like your washing machine, your dishwasher or a clean toilet, it is considered grey water.
- Black water: If the water could contain sewage or is coming from a significant flood of a river or creek, it is called black water. We will need to use special equipment and procedures to handle this type of water damage restoration.
Whatever type of water damage you are experiencing, you will need a knowledgeable team of trained professionals to help. We will stop the water from coming in, dry your property out and access the situation, give you a quote and our plan for the restoration and then complete the restoration. Call right away if you need our help.
Warren Restoration Follows Through
The last thing you need is more worry. You deserve a multi-faceted company with an established track record and a full range of services to take the stress off your shoulders.
Trust a company that cares enough to follow up with you even after the work is completed. The Warren family wants to help you get past your current trouble and help you take preventative measures to guard against falling victim to the tragedy of another fire in the future.
“They are the best.”