What should I do if I experience water intrusion in my home, office, etc?
If the water is coming from a broken plumbing pipe, shut off the water to that pipe or the entire home. If the water is coming from the roof of your structure, you need to have the area that is leaking protected so that further damage is minimized. Both of these types of unfortunate incidents are usually covered by insurance or at least partially covered.
If water is entering your building or home through the walls, floor, or basement, you are more than likely only covered if you have flood insurance. Also, these types of water infiltration are more difficult to stop but are usually the result of poor drainage around the foundation or flooding due to excessive rainfall. In either case, we can help solve these problems.
Where can I find information on mold, fire, water damage, and other disaster related topics?
EPA - Environmental Protection Agency - Mold Resources
FEMA - Federal Emergency Management Agency
NFPA - National Fire Protection Association
NHSI - National Hurricane Survival Initiative
How much will my claim cost?
If your claim is covered by your insurance carrier, Restore All will be happy to work directly with them to ensure that your bill is sent directly to them. You may be responsible for your deductible. If your claim is not covered by insurance, a Restore All Estimator will provide a full written and guaranteed estimate before any work is started. We do accept Matercard, Visa, American Express, and Discover Cards.