Electrical Safety and Water Losses

When you have a water loss in your house electrical systems are bound to be involved. Water is a natural conductor of electricity so safety precautions must be followed. If you have a water loss it is best to stay out of the affected area. Also, don’t touch or unplug any electrical equipment that is … Continued

Category 3

Water losses are broken up into different categories. Category 3 is the worst. Category 3 means that the water contains lots of contaminants. Usually when we deal with category 3 losses we are dealing with sewage. So when we do a this kind of cleanup we have to take extra steps to make sure everything … Continued

Scoping for Insurance and Records

When The Flood Team or any water restoration company visits a potential customer one of the most important things is building a scope. Building a scope, or “scoping” is taking in all applicable data from a water loss and identifying the cost and time frame it will take to fix it. The scope is so … Continued

Why we Always extract carpet and pad

When you have a water damage loss involving carpeted floors you need to think of it less like carpet and more like a swimming pool. A carpeted floor can hold a lot of water. Imagine you wanted to remove all the water from you swimming pool. How would you start? You wouldn’t start by putting … Continued

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