FLOOD RESTORATION

Our Denver flood damage restoration experts have the equipment, personnel and know-how to address your Colorado flood damaged property and safeguard you from flooding hazards.

Abbotts Cleanup & Restoration

(303) 975-4000

24 / 7 Water damage restoration service

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Do I need a flood damage restoration company?

Water is one of the most destructive elements to your home. While water damage and flood damage sound similar, they are quite different. Specifically, the difference between flood damage and water damage is the source of the water.

  • Flood damage is caused by water from a natural external source. You and your neighbors are likely dealing with the same source.
  • Water damage is created from water inside your property and you are the only one impacted.

Just a few inches of flood water could cause major damage to the structure and contents of your property. Flood waters complicate the water damage with health and safety risks, especially if repair services are postponed. Flood waters hide many dangers including toxins and chemicals. Sharp objects may be hidden under the water.

Standing water is a provides ideal conditions for the growth of bacteria, mold and parasites. Flood damage repair costs increase as cleanup is delayed. In order to minimize high flood damage repair costs, work with a trusted Colorado flood cleanup company quickly after damage occurs.

We work with ALL insurance providers.

How do I choose a Denver Flood Damage Restoration Company?

Flood restoration is a job that demands quick action. The damage revealed when flood waters withdraw is only part of the problem. The damage you cannot see is often just as dangerous. Sewage and chemical contamination pose health risks but are not always visible.

Find a Qualified Water Damage Restoration Company

Given the high risks associated with flood damage cleanup, property owners will want to hire a professional and reputable flood cleanup services company. While it can be tempting to “do it yourself” or hire the local handyman, this is situation when it is critically important to focus on quality rather than price. A qualified flood damage repair service has the latest technology, education and training to do the best work. This will save you from having to spend more money on expensive repairs down the road.

Mold remediation is an example of training that any good flood cleaning company should possess. Content cleaning services are a must as well. Even if your belongings are soaked, many of them can be recovered by flood damage restoration specialists.

 

 

A reputable flood damage cleanup company will have protective equipment and offer immediate response 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Quality. Trust. Hope.

Expertise

A Colorado flood cleanup company that offers a wide range of flood repair and restoration services is going to be preferable compared to a company that offers limited options. This is the easiest way to determine general expertise. A company with many options is more likely to have had training in all of the different options. Look for a flood cleanup service that uses industry-specific estimating software, too.

Reputation

Also, look for a Colorado flood cleanup services company whose online reviews demonstrate a history of consistency and reliability. A quick check with the Denver Better Business Bureau is always a good idea, too.

Common Causes of Flood Damage

What is the Flood Damage Cleanup & Restoration Process?

The water damage restoration process involves removing water, drying the structure and contents then fixing damage caused by the water. Standing water, humidity, contaminants, and mold growth are all considerations when developing a water damage restoration response plan. Water damage restoration professionals like Abbotts know how to get you back to normal quickly.

How does the water damage restoration process work?

  • Detailed inspection of the water damage
  • High-tech infrared cameras and moisture meters determine extent of water damage
  • Containment systems developed
  • Water extraction, drying systems and dehumidification units put into place
  • Additional water damage cleanup including decontamination, anti-microbials and sanitizers.

After water damage mitigation and cleanup is complete, detailed estimates are prepared for the reconstruction and restoration including structural and cosmetic repairs to your building such as the roof, walls, ceiling, and/or flooring.

Answering Your Water Damage Restoration Questions

How much does it cost for water damage restoration?

Average water damage restoration costs range from $2000 to $5000. This includes water extraction and drying as well as repairs to ceiling and walls resulting from the water damage.

How long does it take to repair water damage?

The length of time it takes to repair water damage depends on a variety of factors including how much water there is and what kind of material is impacted. Once the water is extracted, drying equipment like air movers and dehumidifiers are installed. For small areas with clean water, the entire process is usually completed in just a few days. For larger areas or contaminated water, it can take several weeks, even months, to get you back to normal.

What causes water damage?

Water damage results from an excessive amount of water. Common causes of water damage include broken pipes, frozen pipes, broken sprinklers, leaking appliances, toilet overflow, sump pump failure, clogged gutters, rain water, roof leak, foundation leak, basement leak, attic leak, HVAC leak, and floods. The longer water sits, the more damage it will cause.

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Why Choose Abbotts?

Customers Come First

Our Customers Come First

When we ask ourselves why we do what we do, it's about the people. Helping people and property recover is our mission!

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We coordinate with your insurance company to manage your claim.

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Immediate Emergency Response

24 hours a day. 7 days a week. We'll be there when you need us to cleanup and restore your damaged property.

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Industry Standard Pricing

Used by every insurance carrier across the nation and preferred for seamlessly resolving cleanup & restoration claims.

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We are a property damage restoration company that puts specialized knowledge and experience to work for you. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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