- Frequently Asked Questions
- Water Damage Restoration
- How Quickly Can Roto-Rooter Respond To Water Damage
How Quickly Can Roto-Rooter Respond to Water Damage?
We had a pipe burst in our home and now we have some water to contend with. How quickly can Roto-Rooter respond to water damage?
When disaster strikes and you are having a water damage emergency, Roto-Rooter is available when you need service most. We are accessible 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, to respond to your emergency.
The water damage restoration professionals at Roto-Rooter are experienced in getting your home or business back in working order as quickly as possible. No matter what time of day, your call will be answered by a live Roto-Rooter customer service representative who will quickly send a specialist to assess the water damage and determine the best course of action.
It is important that water and sewage are removed immediately and your property dried, ventilated and disinfected as quickly as possible to prevent the growth of bacteria, fungi, mold, mildew and other harmful microorganisms. Roto-Rooter’s prompt response times and immediate action can reduce further damage to your home and possessions.
What types of water and sewage damage clean-up services does Roto-Rooter provide?
When your plumbing fixtures fail or when a storm hits your area, flooding in your home can quickly become a problem. Heavy rain and pipe clogs can also cause sewage backups. Within a short amount of time, your walls, carpet, flooring and personal property can become saturated.
The plumbing and water professionals at Roto-Rooter offer prompt water damage clean up and repair, including:
- Broken pipes and failing household plumbing fixtures. The plumbing experts at Roto-Rooter have expertise in water damage clean up and repair, including sump pumps, water heater failures, broken pipes and leaks from your washing machine, dishwasher and ice makers.
- Sewage damage from your toilet and drain backups.
- Storm damage due to heavy rain, ground water seeping into basements, as well as flooding created by severe weather.