Homestead FL Water Damage Cleanup Services
Emergency Water Removal and Drying Services From Flooding and Water Damage Disasters
ServicesPros of Homestead provides 24 hour cleanup and restoration services, 7 days a week. Call us for professional fire and water damage restoration services, we work with all insurance companies, making the claim process super easy. Water can have a devastating effect on your home or business. Damage from floods, broken pipes, and sewer blockages can cause a great deal of damage to your possessions and property. However the water entered your property, you need to ensure that your property is cleaned and restored without delay. Leaving your property untreated can cause much bigger problems for you down the line including rot, mold, mildew, and structural compromise. Eventually, bacteria will develop that can cause a number of serious health problems.
ServicePros – The Leading Restoration Company in Homestead
Our professional team of restorers in the Homestead area can work to salvage and restore as many items as possible, returning them to pre-damaged condition. Restoration can be much cheaper than replacing everything. We will work with you to determine what items we can restore, this will depend on a number of factors:
- Level of damage and contamination
- Health and safety
- Whether the products are still under warranty
- Replacement price
- Special personal or sentimental value
- Impact or disruption to daily life or business
Broken Pipes – Sewer Backups – Storm Damage Disaster Cleanup and Restoration
Once we’ve made sure that the area is safe to work in, we will begin by removing excess water from the property. We then begin drying out the property to prevent mold and odors from occurring at a later date. Our specialist equipment is built to detect moisture deep within the fabric of a building. When drying is complete, we offer a full cleaning and deodorizing service to make your home as good as new.
ServicePros of Homestead – Experts in Water Damage Restoration
The water in your home can be categorized as one of the following types:
Clearwater – often leaking from a boiler, pipe, washer, or dishwasher. This poses minimal risk to health.
Greywater – contains some microorganisms. Poses some risk to health.
Blackwater – water that contains chemicals or sewage. This is a serious health risk.
It is essential that all standing and excess water is removed from your property as quickly as possible. Get in touch with us today if you’re home or business has experienced water damage.
Florida’s Top Rated Disaster Recovery Team
ServicePros of Homestead has a reputation of delivering world class service for all commercial and residential clients we work with. Our team is trained by the IICRC to ensure that your water mitigation project is handled professionally and to all necessary codes, helping prevent the potential for mold growth and minimizing the interruption to your business. For whatever your water damage emergency is caused by, whether its raw sewage, storms or appliance malfunctions, there is only one company to call in Florida for fast and professional cleanup service done right!
City of Homestead
551 SE 8th St,
Homestead, FL 33030
Homestead Plumbing Resources
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Lester’s Plumbing Inc.
504 W Mowry Dr, Homestead, FL 33030
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34 NW 9th Ave, Homestead, FL 33030
Leisure CIty Plumbing
900 NE 23rd Ave, Homestead, FL 33033
Water Restoration Florida is proud to be a community partners in Homestead
Homestead is home to these top companies Century Everglades, Farm Share, Brooks Tropicals, and Greendale Nursery. Homestead has several schools including Avocado Elementary School, Homestead Middle School, and Redland Elementary School. Homestead is a city within Miami-Dade County in the U.S. state of Florida, between Biscayne National Park to the east and Everglades National Park to the west. The population was 69,523 at the 2019 census. Homestead and neighboring South Miami-Dade County communities bore the brunt of Category 5 Hurricane Andrew on August 24, 1992.