Our Water Damage Restoration Process
Simply pick up the phone and call us: 877-732-8471. We’re available 24/7 and ready to serve you.
When we arrive we complete a thorough inspection and damage assessment.
Using specialized equipment we expedite the drying process with powerful pumps and vacuums.
Walls and floors are thoroughly dried and dehumidified to stop mold growth.
Cleaning & Sanitizing
Water damage can leave unpleasant messes and odors behind. We clean and sanitize your property and personal belongings.
Repair & Restoration
From minor carpet and drywall replacements and repairs, to complete recontructions. We can restore your property to like-new condition.
Why Choose Paul Davis?
We Work with Insurance Companies
We work with your insurance company to get your immediate needs taken care of and your life restored to number.
Highly Trained Water Damage Experts
You’ll be working with some of the best water damage restoration professional in the business.
Advanced Equipment and Techniques
We use state-of-the-art water damage restoration equipment and techniques.
24/7 Emergency Service
You may not be ready for an emergency, but we are! We offer 24/7 emergency service
We’re the Water Damage Restoration Experts
With so many options in water damage restoration, it can be hard to choose a company that truly offers what they claim. How do you know which company is right for your home or business? Let’s explain…
At Paul Davis you’re getting a company with more than 50 years of combined experience in the restoration and building industries. We are nationally-certified in Water Damage Restoration, Advanced structural Drying, and AMRT Microbial Remediation. With that you can rest assured that the restoration of your property is in professional and capable hands. You’re also getting a professional customer support staff that will help you from your initial service call to working out the details with your insurance company.
So, how do you know which water damage restoration company is right for you? Sometimes finding out is as simple as picking up the phone. Give us a call at: 877-732-8471.
We Handle All 3 Types of Contaminated Water
The Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) sets water damage guidelines. Paul Davis Restoration and Remodeling handles all three of the IICRC categories:
Category 1 – Clean Water: Clean water intrusion, such as a pipe breaking in a wall. Water needs to be extracted and the home or building can be dried with minimal to no deconstruction. The drying process usually takes one to three days. Time and temperature can turn a Category I situation into a Category II, as well as existing conditions like soiled carpets or existing pet contamination.
Category 2 – Grey Water: The presence of “grey water” – some level of biological contaminants in the water source. This could be from a toilet bowl or washing machine overflow. Category II water can cause allergenic discomfort and possible sickness with certain conditions. The contaminated water needs to be extracted and porous materials must be removed, disinfected and/or cleaned. A Category II situation can escalate into a Category III quickly, also due to time and temperature.
Category 3 – Black Water: “Black water” is water with high levels of contamination present. This can cause serious health issues and make a building inhabitable. Cleanup can take as little as a day, but it can take much longer if specialized cleanup processes are required.
We Handle All Classifications of Water Loss
Class 1: Water has only affected part of a room and moisture has wicked up the walls and structure less than one foot, or 12 inches. If handled immediately, most water losses can be contained to this class.
Class 2: Water has affected the entire room, including the carpeting and padding. Water has wicked up the walls two feet (24 inches) or less. There is moisture in structural materials like wood framing, subfloors, plywood and concrete.
Class 3: Source of water is from overhead such as a pipe in the attic or from a second story. All building materials are potentially affected. Humidity would be elevated compared to the unaffected sections of the property.
Class 4: Specialty drying situations where materials like hardwood floors or plaster walls are dramatically affected. Drying out these materials can require very focused humidity control or slow, controlled efforts with specialty equipment so as not to damage them.