Damage Restoration Company FAQs in Saratoga County, NY & the Capital Region
When disaster strikes, you have a lot of questions. Find answers to your damage restoration questions here & contact us today for emergency services.
In short, minor water damage may dry out on its own if the conditions are right, but not without causing secondary damages as time passes and contributing to mold growth in the future.
After a fire, the restoration professionals at Quick Response start with post-fire temporary repairs. This protects your structure against the elements so that restoration work can begin. Next, we’ll deodorize your structure and clean your walls, ceilings, and ductwork to remove harmful and unpleasant smoke residue and odors. Finally, we’ll dehumidify the affected area to prevent mold.
Biohazard situations may include sewage, blood, bodily fluids, bacteria, viruses, human waste, and other harmful substances. Common after traumatic or natural deaths, these substances can cause harm to untrained professionals and require special biohazard services to remove safely and sufficiently.
There are three categories of water damage. Category 1 water poses no immediate threat. Category 2 waste water (gray water) may be contaminated and can cause harm during cleanup. Finally, category 3 black water (sewage, flood water from sewers, etc.) is incredibly harmful to your health. To clean sewage, you need extensive PPE, training, and equipment. Trust the pros at Quick Response Restoration to take care of it for you.
To prepare for the unexpected, we offer homeowners and business owners Emergency Response Plans (ERPs). By using 3D imaging technology, we can document your structure and property, making any future restoration projects more successful and efficient.