Water Damage Scenarios

Water damage takes many shapes and can harm even the most prepared business or homeowner. Various water damage circumstances need appropriate solutions. Regardless of the source or size of water damage in your business, Paul Davis Emergency Services respond quickly and efficiently.

Continue for more about several of the most common types of water damage below:

Severe Storms

Serious weather will test any structure’s integrity. If weather gets dangerous, water becomes a strong element. Be it a flash flood, hurricane, or blizzard, if water hits your home or business, it becomes a grave matter. No one can be ready for a problem like this, but if water damage strikes, you’ll have our help.

Basement Flooding

Cellars are magnets for runoff water, be it from rain, a leaky roof, a malfunctioning sump pump, or some other source. It just takes one ding in the basement for water to flow in. Paul Davis professionals are highly trained to remove water from basements, sanitize and restore your possessions, and dry everything effectively to minimize damage. Our team doesn’t stop until we verify that the task is done.

Issues with Sewer Backups

Sewer back up is not just gross, it’s a health concern. Grey or black water contamination contains toxins that may lead to infection. Flooding caused by sewer blockages should be considered an emergency and should be remedied immediately. Trained Paul Davis technicians evaluate and eliminate the damage from the backup and all standing water damage may have occurred. Our technology and years of education can solve the problem with safety and speed.

Appliance Leaks & Damaged Plumbing

If your faucet, tub, water heater or other appliance floods, the outcome can vary from annoying to devastating. Standing water left on the floor can drain into tight spots, collecting in out of reach areas. You may cause floor damage and invite a mold invasion. If your water damage results from sewage or dishwasher overflow, you additionally risk fostering microbes. Call a professional inspect the area to avoid larger expenses later on.

Water after Fire Damage

It’s terrible enough for your home to sustain fire damage, but it’s even worse to be left with water damage after the blaze. In the process of extinguishing an indoor fire, your property may be left soaked. This surplus of severe damage can leave your area ruined. Paul Davis has the skills to remove all fire or water damage left.