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.
You can trust PuroClean of Brazos County to respond to your water damage incident with urgency and sensitivity, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and to salvage your property with professional water damage restoration services. We understand the trauma you and your family are experiencing, and we will assist you with compassion and minimal disruption to your daily life.
Our IICRC certified technicians use state-of-the-science equipment to measure the extent of the water damage accurately and to thoroughly restore your property that has been affected by both visible and invisible water damage. We will keep you and your insurance agent updated on our progress every step of the way.
Recognizing that water damage causes a devastating setback to families or businesses, our Paramedics of Property Damage™ respond with urgency and sensitivity 24 hours a day, seven days a week to professionally salvage your property. We understand the trauma you are facing so we rescue your property with compassion and minimal disruption to your daily life. ..
Our professionals identify the full extent of water damage, both visible and unseen, by using sensors such as moisture detectors and hygrometers. Meanwhile, we help homeowners overcome their feeling of helplessness by explaining the process in a way that they can understand what is happening, what to expect, and what they can do.
We begin by extracting any standing water found in your home or business using high-grade equipment, strategically placed to remove water from the area.
Once all areas requiring this process have been identified, the areas are isolated and prepped for drying and dehumidification.
Carpet restoration is the process that PuroClean uses to take your damaged carpet and restore it to its previous state.
Any carpet that has been affected by water damage is subject to mildew being formed, which can cause an odor to spread not only in the affected room but throughout the entire home or office. Any such odors can be removed from your carpet with proper cleaning, deodorization, and/or spot removal.
We at PuroClean of Brazos County will tend to your mold damage and ensure your home or business is fully restored by following a strict process that involves the following. Please note that getting a professional on-site quickly to address water damage is essential to preventing mold growth.
We will then use HEPA Air Filtration and HEPA Vacuuming equipment to evaporate water and eliminate moisture.
The need to repair the water-damaged property is important, but our priority is the safety of all parties involved. The following tips will help prevent further water damage when unexpected flooding happens in your business or home:
Below are questions typically asked by our PuroClean customers:
What happens if I have a flood late at night and need assistance?
PuroClean of Brazos County is available to take your call 24/7. We will respond to your call for assistance at any time, any day. We will work diligently to restore your residential or commercial property back to its livable or workable condition. 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 damage restoration 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 damage that is sudden and accidental (such as water heater ruptures or pipe bursts). However, flood damage, no matter the source of the water, is NOT covered by standard homeowners’ policies. Also, the water damage that results from a lack of maintenance is not covered on a standard homeowner’s insurance policy.
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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