Flooding can happen quickly and is never something you plan for or expect. Signs of flooding are leaking appliances, walls with water spots, and broken bathroom fixtures. Clogged gutters, drain pipes, and downspouts or a failing septic tank can be signs of trouble ahead. Inclement weather is also a major cause of water damage. Storms and persistent rain can flood your basement and/or attic space, as well as cause serious foundation problems.
When water damage wreaks havoc on your home, you need to get help right away to minimize the damage. Kade Cleaning Systems is here to help. We will handle all of your water damage restoration needs any time of day. We are available 24/7 to come to your location and immediately begin the process of removing standing water and drying your possessions and your property. Simply call Kade Cleaning Systems and we’ll take care of the rest.
When flooding occurs, if the damage isn’t controlled and your property isn’t restored quickly, the damage can become more extensive. It can ruin your furnishings, your possessions, and can damage the structure of your home or business, which can result in expensive repairs and replacement of property. Once the flood is over and everything is a complete mess, the thought of cleaning up can be overwhelming. You don’t have much time to act, as the damage worsens the longer you wait. Call Kade Cleaning Systems first thing. We are highly skilled and provide quick response to your emergency. We are dedicated to getting your world back to normal as quickly as possible.
Kade Cleaning Systems is a professional water damage restoration company that can help minimize the damage and make the necessary repairs to get your home restored to pre-loss condition. After we perform water clean up, we start the restoration process immediately.
Roof Water Damage
Water damage may come from nearly any area of your home. Starting at the top of your home, a damaged roof or a roof in need of repairs puts your property at risk. Inspecting your roof flashing is critical to minimize any potential damage. Flashing exists for the purpose of reducing the amount of water seepage. It is necessary around the chimney, vents, and skylights. If incorrectly installed, water can seep through gaps between shingles and create a possibility for leaks. The smallest leak in a roof can turn into a huge problem. Be on the lookout for broken shingles or hail damage that can be signs of trouble in the future.
Basement Water Damage
Basements are more prone to flooding as they are the bottom level of your home. Heavy storms and long periods of rain are something to keep an eye out for potential problems in your basement. Basements are also the typical location for sump pumps, sewer lines, and other drainage – all water sources that can malfunction and cause flooding. Foundation cracks, suspect ceilings, drafty windows and walls can invite water seepage. Kade Cleaning can help you with these problem areas and damage that may arise.
Bathroom Water Damage
Water damage doesn’t come just from your roof or basement; any room in your house can become water damaged. Some rooms are more prone to water damage than others, such as bathrooms. Water damage commonly occurs in bathrooms as a result of the many water sources in that room. On top of that, add all the pipes that lead in and out of the bathroom and it can become a recipe for disaster. If you have blocked pipes or a leaky bathtub, sink or toilet, you are susceptible to water damage in your bathroom.
Leaks and other Sources of Water Damage
Many appliances in your home use water and are connected to the plumbing throughout your home. Washing machines, water heaters, disposals, and dishwashers can be potential problems for water damage. It’s recommended you perform monthly checks on any appliances hooked up to water lines to make sure there are no signs of damage or wear that can cause a disaster. It’s crucial there are no leaks in the water connections to your appliances. Should any appliances fall into disrepair, get an inspection and fix the problems right away before serious damage occurs. Your air conditioner may also create water damage issues because of condensation. Make sure the AC lines aren’t clogged, and if they are, have an HVAC professional repair or replace them.
Even though you can’t see water pipes, they are running through walls, floors, ceilings, and even on the outside of your home. If pipes are clogged, drains won’t drain. Inspect pipes for clogs and leaks to keep them functioning properly. A plumber can inspect and repair damaged pipes.
Kade Cleaning Systems offers a comprehensive water damage restoration process including working with your insurance company, removing water, drying, and reconstruction. The first thing we’ll do is contact your insurance company to begin the claims process on your behalf and determine the details of your claim. We then remove all standing water from the building. This should be done with caution since the water may contain toxins. All damaged drywall, unsalvageable carpet and padding, and subfloors will be removed and disposed of properly.
Next, all water is extracted from the floors using our XL LGR Dehumidifiers to dry your home and possessions. Your wall interiors and cabinets are aerated and treated with an antimicrobial solution. Any structural items that were damaged beyond repair may now be replaced. This can include subfloors, carpets, drywall, and paint. Lastly, when the reconstruction is finished we’ll process the claim with your insurance company.
We take care of it all. Contact Kade Cleaning Systems today for your water damage restoration needs.