Residential Water Damage
Water damage is one of the most devastating problems you can have as a homeowner in Charlotte. If you have experienced a pipe burst, flood, or even a leaking faucet which has caused damage to your home, call the water damage experts today at United Water Restoration of Charlotte.
Commercial Water Damage
24 Hour Emergency Service
Step 1 : Contact United Water Restoration of Charlotte
Call the experts at United Water Restoration of Charlotte and provide the necessary information regarding your property loss. Our representative will immediately dispatch a technician to assess your property damage.
Step 2 : Water Damage Assessment
Once damages are assessed, a quote is written and presented. Payment can either be submitted via cash, credit card or an insurance claim. Although filing a claim can be quite intimidating, we are here to offer our assistance throughout the whole process.
Step 3 : Water Removal / Water Extraction
Our highly experienced specialists will begin the water removal process promptly. Water removal will be completed by industry standard wet/dry vacuums. This step helps to reduce drying time and helps to prevent mold and secondary water damage.
Step 4 : Drying / Dehumidification
Our water damage technicians will install state of the art equipment. This includes industrial dehumidifiers, air movers and the use of the Injectidry System to dry out cabinets, walls and flooring. For the elimination of odors, we use air scrubbers with a carbon filter, a Hydroxyl generator or a fogging machine which consists of antimicrobial agents.
Step 5 : Sanitation / Sterilization
Areas are kept clean throughout the restoration process. Once materials are dried within the requisite drying standards, equipment is removed and technicians start the final cleaning process. This includes but is not limited to wipe down of walls, the mopping of floors, cleaning of vertical surfaces, sweeping and vacuuming all affected areas.
Step 6 : Restoration
After all these steps are performed to the owner’s satisfaction, the property should be restored in accordance with the IICRC standards.