Has your home ever had clogged drainpipes? Has your sewer ever backed up, maybe causing household drains to overflow? Have you ever experienced a water heater failure? How about a sump pump failure? Have you ever heard of washing machine water supply hoses bursting and flooding a home? When you’re a homeowner or renter, you’ll eventually experience one or more of the dreadful water damage scenarios just mentioned. But you can avoid some of these pitfalls by being better prepared. If you plan ahead for these disasters, you can avoid them altogether or at least lessen their impact.
Luckily, Roto-Rooter has your back. The smartest preparation plan you can make is to keep Roto-Rooter’s phone number handy. It’s 877-769-7686. We’re often the first call people make when they’re facing water damage problems in their home or business because we’ve been fixing water issues since 1935. Our experienced plumbers are trained to fix the source of the water problem and our team of water damage cleanup experts will extract all the water, remove damaged flooring, furniture and drywall and then they’ll dry out your home so it can be put back together.
Roto-Rooter's vehicles are fully equipped with state-of-the-art water extraction, drying and moisture testing equipment to handle everything from a confined clean water leak to massive filthy sewer backups. We’ll have it cleaned up, deodorized and we’ll even treat with anti-microbial products to decontaminate the area and prevent mold growth. In short, we can help your life get back to normal.
How do we do it? After your home is affected by unexpected water intrusion, the damage to your property and contents will be thoroughly documented with photos of the loss before we start working. We’ll take more photos during the cleanup process and again after our work in completed. The professionals at Roto-Rooter are also trained to prepare sketches and keep drying logs for your insurance company, so that your claim can be processed quickly and accurately. After our work is finished, our advanced equipment is removed only when the temperature, humidity and moisture testing confirms that affected areas have been effectively dried to industry approve standards. Next time disaster strikes in your home, just call Roto-Rooter. One call, one service provider and one less thing for you and your family to worry about during a difficult time.