A few drops of water, here and there, on your bathroom floor is normal, but if you find a pool of water growing by the minute surrounding your toilet, you have a cause for concern. Whether your water damage is from a toilet, bathtub, sink, or basement flood, it’s a serious issue.

As calm and peaceful as water can be, its power to erode and invite mildew and mold into your home is powerful. That’s why in this post All Phase Restoration in Denver is going to share the three-phase water removal process to a successful water damage restoration project. Read on to learn more!

Phase #1. Inspect And Analyze

Most would think that the best first move to water removal is to simply get rid of the water. What’s more, the water will do more damage the longer it stays in your home. Granted, this is true; however, you want to make sure that the water is not contaminated with anything harmful to the environment or other people — to simply pump it out into the yard or street can be hazardous in some cases. The type of water that’s damaging your home will also give clues as to how to restore your home later.

Phase #2. Remove And Remediate

First, you want to remove as much water as possible from the damaged area. Second, you want to remove the water. Finally, you want to make sure your home’s integrity is still intact. One of the worst feelings is discovering weeks after your water damage event that mold as spored behind your walls and caused tons of damage. It’s best to complete the water removal and remediation process correctly the first time.

Phase #3. Repair And Restore

Now that all of your damaged belongings and the water has been removed from your home, it’s time to begin the repair and restoration phase. In this phase, your home will be brought to as close to its original state before the water damage. In most cases, a flood will prompt building materials to be removed and replaced. In some cases, the water damage is not serious enough to need new sheetrock, flooring, or appliances. These decisions all depends on the level of water damage sustained.

If any structural damage is discovered, you will need to find a general contractor in Denver to repair the water damaged structures. Although this may cost you more, it’s better to take care of it now while you have all of your belongings removed and the space clear.

All Phase Restoration: Water Removal Services In Denver

As your experienced water removal and restoration company in Denver, All Phase Restoration is here to serve you and your water damage needs. We understand a burst pipe or flooded basement can be devastating. That’s why we offer you water restoration services to get your home back to its original state. Take action now to mitigate as much damage as possible. Contact us today to schedule your appointment!