Residents and business owners in the Brazos County areas may experience the unfortunate crisis involved with unexpected flooding. Water damage can originate from any area of the home that has water pipelines. Your business is not exempt as long as it has windows and a roof. Whatever the cause, PuroClean of Brazos County is prepared to provide an immediate response to any standing water, as well as moisture build-up, in your property. We work hard to fully restore your home or business to its pre-damaged state. Let us help you. Don’t wait to call us anytime, at (979) 213-4060.
PuroClean of Bryan/College Station and Brazos Valley takes pride in the ability to respond quickly to water damage issues and emergencies in Bryan/College Station and Brazos Valley and surrounding areas. We understand that water damage can be caused by all sorts of issues ranging from leaky faucets to something more serious like frozen or burst pipes. Your home is in good hands with our experienced and trained technicians. Our goal here at PuroClean of Bryan/College Station and Brazos Valley is to avoid any further problems and avoid the risk of mold that could impact the structure of your property. Don’t hesitate to contact us anytime at (979) 213-4060.
Our QuickDry systems is designed to dry affected structural materials and contents and in a timely and effective manner can include:
During our Process of Water Removal: The Bryan/College Station and Brazos Valley certified water damage professionals are there to ensure that the obvious and hidden water damaged areas of your property are restored – while giving special care to all of your belongings and property.
Mold and Odor Removal: Water losses not handled and dried down quickly can lead to secondary damage such as microbial growth, as well as cause structural components to lose their integrity, possibly impact indoor air quality, and may ultimately result in compromised occupant health issues. PuroClean’s IICRC certified technicians follow industry best practices to properly remediate mold that has infected and/or damaged and return the property to a pre-loss condition. Once a scope of remediation and repair has been determined, they will implement engineering controls and containment to prevent cross-contamination to unaffected sections of a building utilizing negative pressure with HEPA air filtration devices. A remediation protocol is developed to remove contaminants by:
Many people use bleach to clean mold; however, this is an ineffective strategy as bleach does not kill the spores; it only bleaches them. PuroClean’s mission is to return your property to a safe and clean condition.
Odors are a sign that something could still be wet. If something has a musty pungent odor it can indicate microbial issues that can create MVOC’s (microbial volatile organic compounds) and can cause health related issues. PuroClean’s approach is to follow industry standards to develop the right scope of repair for your business or home, which includes employing specialized equipment, cleaning practices, followed by recommending a clearance test to ensure your property has reached the desired goal.
Ongoing Communication: PuroClean of Bryan/College Station and Brazos Valley strives to be transparent in all its work so that all parties are aware and confident in making decisions. Throughout the Bryan/College Station and Brazos Valley water damage repair process, PuroClean will ensure that you and your insurance provider understand what is happening, what to expect, and what you can do.
Trust that PuroClean of Bryan/College Station and Brazos Valley will respond to your Bryan/College Station and Brazos Valley water damage report with urgency and sensitivity, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and to professionally restore your home or property. We understand the trauma you and your family are going through, and we will help you with compassion, and minimal disruption to your daily life.
We will consistently stay in touch with you and your insurance agent through the entire process to make sure you are kept updated on the progress. Our advanced cleaning equipment is used by our certified technicians to accurately measure just how bad the water damage is and completely restore your property by removing visible and invisible water damage.
We begin by extracting any standing water found in your home or business using high-grade equipment strategically placed to extract all water from the premises.
The affected areas that need dried and dehumidified are marked, isolated and prepped to undergo this process.
Odors can form in a carpet that has been water damaged very easily due to soils and potentially from other issues such as mildew and may spread beyond the affected area to your entire home or business. PuroClean’s professional process of cleaning, deodorizing and spot removal will safely and effectively remove soils and organics that are odor-causing.
Water damage restoration in Bryan/College Station and Brazos Valley is very important, but the safety of everyone involved is our first priority. Whether mitigating or restoring water damage, the following tips will help lower the risk of you suffering a setback due to a heavy rain, flood, problem plumbing, leaking AC, or roof.
What happens if I have a flood late at night and need assistance?
We at PuroClean of Bryan/College Station and Brazos Valley are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and will respond to your call for assistance at any time and on any day. We restore your property as if it were our own and will ensure the damage will be in a better state than it originally was. Call us now at (979) 213-4060.
What do I need to do to get a free estimate, or how much does it cost?
Call us now at (979) 213-4060 for a free estimate of our water mitigation services.
Does homeowners insurance cover flooding or water damage? Do you work with insurance companies to minimize the cost and hassle?
Homeowners insurance provides coverage for sudden and accidental damage (such as water heater ruptures or pipe bursts). However, flood damage, no matter the water source, is NOT covered by standard homeowners policies. Also, a standard homeowners insurance policy will not cover water damage that results from a lack of maintenance.
Our PuroClean QuickDry System™ uses applied psychrometric science — a proven process that properly manages dehumidification and temperature to effectively and efficiently facilitate drying.and help ensure the best possible outcome. *We can save almost everything: drywall, wood, carpets, and most contents!
High-Capacity Air Movers create a vortex, similar to the motion of a tornado. This method speeds up the drying process.
A Low-Grain Refrigerant Dehumidifier draws in cool, wet air and blows out warm, dry air.
We measure and log the moisture content of materials, and monitor and log progress so we know the actual drying time and ensure restoration to the appropriate dry standard.
The PuroClean QuickDry™ Guarantee — Back to Normal in Three Days or Less.* PuroClean will monitor and mitigate water damage to your property and in most cases have it back to normal in three days or less*. Don’t wait, call us immediately.
We provide a complete estimate, including photos, to the agent or adjuster within 24-48 hours
*Certain extreme conditions may warrant additional drying time and/or the removal of carpet pad and structural components.
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