Water is a leading cause of major damage in the home. Many homeowners experience flooding due to heavy rains, broken pipes or sewage backups. Standing water can cause serious structural damage and, if not dried out quickly, contribute to mold growth.
Midwest Comfort Homes has years of experience restoring water damaged homes. No matter how large or small your restoration project is, our team of experienced technicians are standing by. We will work with your insurance adjusters to make sure your restoration bid is approved quickly, so you can get back into your home.
Our goal is to have you back in your home as soon as possible. Call (816) 988-8297 to start your restoration today.
Commercial Restoration Services
Midwest Comfort Homes also offers water and sewage damage restoration services for your business. While the process is very similar to residential restoration, we can also help you get your business back up and running as quickly as is possible. Call (816) 988-8297 to start your business restoration process today.
Water & Sewage Damage Restoration Process
Standing water needs to be dried out as soon as possible. Call a disaster mitigation company to dry out and remediate the damage. Disaster mitigation is the process of reducing or preventing damage caused by a disaster such as flooding or sewage backup. Before restoration work can begin, a disaster mitigation company will clean out the damaged space, leaving a blank slate for the restoration process. We recommend Emergency Mitigation Services.
Contact your insurance carrier, who will work with the mitigation company to remediate the damage.
Contact MCH, who will send a certified technician to conduct a walk-through inspection, creating a 3D scan of the damage. Following the inspection, a detailed damage report will be created which is sent to your insurance carrier. MCH will contact and work with your insurance adjuster for rapid restoration bid approval.
Once the disaster mitigation process is finished, MCH will begin restoration work.
5 Steps You Can Take Today
While you wait for mitigation and restoration to begin on your house, there are a few tasks you can do around your home.