Grafton Water Damage Restoration
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Grafton Water Damage Restoration Company in Grafton Wisconsin,
Offering Water Damage Cleanup & Repair
The #1 reliable source for water damage restoration in Grafton, Wisconsin.
OVER 25 YEARS COMBINED EXPERIENCE, RESTORING YOUR HOME OR BUSINESS LIKE IT’S OUR OWN.
At Harrison’s restoration, we give you our best and expect only the worst. You can trust we are there to solve your problem and restore your home or business.
WHY CHOOSE HARRISON’S FOR GRAFTON WATER DAMAGE RESTORATION?
We have seen it all. When you want someone to restore your home or business you want an expert and a friend. That is exactly what you get with us. We will show you how we continue to meet the highest quality standards and meet your needs. Helping hundreds of clients just like you. Trust us for your water damage.
HOW QUICKLY DO YOU NEED WATER DAMAGE RESTORATION?
Whether it is your pipes, plumbing, a snow storm or heavy rain. We have you covered. All of which can range from a minor fix to a complete project renovation. It is important to know what caused the damage to prevent even further damage and destruction from leading to a more serious problem. Even if you think you have it taken care of it is still important to call a local professional to navigate the issue. Harrison’s will give you a free assessment over the phone or on-site. So make sure you are safe instead of sorry.
I FOUND A WATER LEAK. WHAT SHOULD I DO?
When it is safe, follow the steps below:
Minimal Damage Water Leaks
- Turn off the water in your home.
- Clean up the leak.
- Fix the issue that resulted in the leak. Need a professional? Give us a call.
Significant Damage Water Leaks, Act Quickly!
- Turn off the power and water in your home or business.
- Document any damage.
- Identify the source of damage.
- Call a professional like Harrison’s that can come to the rescue immediately.
- Call your insurance company. Information they will want: The property owner information. Location of the water damage. A detailed inventory of possessions damaged. Cleanup and remediation estimates. Pictures or videos of water damage.
Our team will arrive and immediately stop the spread of water to prevent further damage and removal water until it has been completely restored. Then, we will make repairs and reconstruction where ever needed.
GRAFTON WATER DAMAGE RESTORATION REPAIR & RECONSTRUCTION
After we have mitigated, cleaned and restored the water damage. You can count on us to help you repair and reconstruct the space to bring it back to life and look like new again.
GRAFTON WATER DAMAGE COMMON CAUSES:
- Ruptured water lines
- Leaking roof
- High humidity
- Plumbing leaks
- Appliance malfunctions
- Natural or man-made disasters
24/7 EMERGENCY GRAFTON WATER DAMAGE PROFESSIONALS IN WISCONSIN
Call Harrison’s, our arrival time is usually within an hour day or night. Next, call your insurance company to get the work done immediately. If it is safe to do and you are able to, begin moving your belongings out of the affected areas. Then, we take care of the rest.
Call now for a free assessment. Over the phone or on-site.
HARRISON’S THERMAL IMAGING INSPECTIONS
THREE TYPES OF WATER CATEGORIES
There are three groups of water categories: clean water, gray water and black water.
CATEGORY 1: CLEAN WATER
Clean water does not pose a substantial threat to people. But if left untreated can be re-classified as category 2 of category 3.
- An example of this would be an overflow from a sink, tub, or water line supply. This usually involves a water supply line malfunction.
CATEGORY 2: GRAY WATER
Gray water source usually contains chemical, biological or physical contaminants. These can cause people illness when consumed or exposed. Also, if left untreated this can be re classified as category 3.
- This usually involves toilet bowls with urine, sump pump failures. Essentially water carrying micro-organisms and nutrients of micro-organisms.
CATEGORY 2: BLACK WATER
Black water is the worst type and is very unsanitary that contains harmful bacteria and fungi that can cause severe discomfort or sickness.
- This usually involves sewage, seawater, water from rivers or streams, storm surge, ground surface water or standing water.
FOUR TYPES OF WATER CLASSES
Class 1 is the least harmful form of water damage. It affects part of a room with low permeance or low porosity materials.
Class 2 is an increased form of water damage. The whole room flooring (carpet & pad) and water wicking up walls less than 24 inches.
Class 3 is from a severe form of water damage. Virtually the entire room is affected. The flooring, walls, and ceiling. The materials usually affected are carpet, pad, drywall, insulation, subflooring and framing structure.
Class 4 requires special water restoration procedures. This type of damage would include hardwood, subfloor, concrete, brick, stone plaster, crawlspaces and other semi to non-porous materials.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
I’m experiencing water damage. Should I call my insurance provider first?
Call HCR right away. Dial now. If your home or business is currently experiencing water damage. Your insurance company prefers that you reach out to us before them. When we arrive we’ll perform an inspection. Next, with your permission we will begin removing water off the property. During the process, we will work hand in hand with your insurance company and the adjuster to make the claim.
Will water damage be covered by my insurance?
Water damage done to your home is covered by a standard homeowner’s insurance policy dependent. If it is considered sudden internal water damage. Home insurance does not cover damage done by lack of maintenance or neglect, nor damage resulting from a flood. Most commercial property insurance policies cover leaks and burst pipes. You may need to talk to your insurance company about your standard policy and see if you need additional coverage.
How long does water damage cleanup take?
Timing depends on the type of damage and property size. Full restoration consists of two major phases. The first, mitigation, any demolition, cleaning and drying out the structure and belongings. This phase usually takes no more than 3 to 4 days. But in rare circumstances it may take longer. The second phase, repairs. Can range from a few days to a couple of weeks. It depends on the lead time of materials such as carpeting or flooring.
What is the water damage restoration process?
1. Contact Us If Water Damage Occurs
Following up, Harrison’s will respond to your call. We’ll ask a couple questions to understand the situation.
Upon arrival, we will carefully inspect your property. From there, we will determine the type of damage and areas affected.
3. Water Removal
Next, we will begin water removal with high powered pumps and vacuums.
4. Drying and Dehumidification
Then, using air movers and dehumidifiers we dry out any materials that still contain water and moisture to combat potential mold growth.
5. Water Damage Cleaning and Sanitizing
After that, we perform a deep clean on your personal belongings. Using foam, abrasive or immersion cleaning methods to sanitize the items. This may include antimicrobial treatments and odor removal using industrial air scrubbers and fogging equipment.
6. Complete Water Damage Restoration
Finally, any removed or permanently damaged materials will be fixed and replaced. This could be minor like some drywall or major reconstruction. In the end, you can expect our team will return your home or business back to its original state.
We’ll lead the way. Helping you walk through the insurance process. Count on us to be your partner from start to restored.
If you are currently experiencing water damage in Grafton. Call Harrison’s Cleanup & Restoration. We’ll send you our IICRC Certified Response Team immediately!
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HARRISON’S CLEANUP & RESTORATION
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