Flash floods, broken pipes, and roof leaks can all lead to unexpected mass water damage in your home or business. Water damage required immediate attention, otherwise it can lead to serious damages. The number 1 thing to do if you ever have any kind of water damage is to obtain emergency services to extract and clear the water and immediately begin drying. Water can seep into cracks and corners and begin creating the perfect environment from mold and mildew to begin setting in, causing even more damage. Bolmer helps you prevent this from Step 1, remaining in constant contact with your insurance company, and throughout the mitigation process.
We understand the stress these types of unexpected events can cause, and we will use our expertise to identify the problem and work side by side with the insurance company for you from beginning to end to ensure the most accurate scope of work is identified to bring your home back to it’s original condition. Once your property is dried, we will immediately begin helping you repair any damages to their original state.
There are currently no government regulations in the US dictating water damage procedures, there are 2 large certifying bodies, IICRC and the RIA who are looked to as the highest standards of care. Most companies use the IICRC procedural standard, which is the S500.
Bolmer is certified by the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) to handle the mitigation and restoration of any kind of water damage. According to these standard water damage is described out of 3 categories of level of contamination, and 4 levels of water intrusion. For more information on this please go to: http://www.aboutrestoration.com/categories-and-classes-of-water-damage/
Bolmer will be with you every step of the way, and make sure home or office is safely restored.
For more information on Standard Guide for Professional Water Damage restoration please go here: http://www.iicrc.org/standards/iicrc-s500/
There is a distinction between “Flood Damage” and “Water Damage”. Flood waters enter the structure from outside, while water damage occurs from water entering your property from within the structure.
If your home has experienced water damages here is a great list of do’s and don’ts prior to emergency contacts arriving: http://www.aboutrestoration.com/dos-and-don%E2%80%99ts-water-damage-to-residential-property/
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