Water Damage Restoration
Services in Manhattan
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Water damage can sometimes go undetected, such is the case with an overflowing sink, sewage backup or an overflowing toilet. It is critical to fix the damage as soon as possible, because even a ⅛’’ crack can cause a release of 250 gallons of water per day. Given the climate and geographical location, Manhattan can be heavily affected by floods during hurricane season.
The Manhattan water damage restoration professionals are certified by IICRC to properly dry and clean your property. Mold begins to grow in just 24 hours, which is why immediate action is critical. Our 24/7 Emergency Team is ready to assist you in Manhattan with any type of water damage.
Water Damage Restoration Process
1. Emergency services
• Extract water to prevent mold growth
• Document/Assess of damage in your property.
• Stabilize the environment by setting up drying equipment and air filtration devices.
2. File a claim
After filing the claim, all parties will meet with insurance adjuster onsite to inspect the damage.
3. Dry the property
We take necessary steps to properly dry your property in order to prevent mold growth.
Once all water cleanup is completed the last phase is the rebuilding of your home.
Did you know that on average, Americans waste about 1 trillion gallons of water each year due to leaking pipes, kitchen or bathroom faucets or faulty toilets?
Find out how to handle an overflowing sink, whether it’s in the kitchen or bathroom.
Cities we serve in Manhattan:
- Upper Manhattan
- Marble Hill
- Fort George
- Washington Heights
- Hudson Heights (Part of Washington Heights)
- West Harlem
- Hamilton Heights (West Harlem)
- Manhattanville (West Harlem)
- Morningside Heights, SoHa (or “South of Harlem”)
- Central Harlem
- Marcus Garvey Park, Mount Morris Historical District
- Le Petit Senegal (Little Senegal)
- East Harlem (Spanish Harlem)
- Upper East Side, Lenox Hill, Silk Stocking District
- Carnegie Hill
- Upper West Side
- Manhattan Valley, Bloomingdale District
- Lincoln Square (once San Juan Hill)
- Downtown Manhattan
- Little Germany (historic)
- Alphabet City, Loisaida
- East Village
- Greenwich Village, the Village
- West Village
- Lower East Side
- Nolita (NoLIta)
- Little Italy
- Financial District
- Five Points (historic)
- Cooperative Village
- Two Bridges
- Civic Center
- Radio Row (historic)
- South Street Seaport Historical District
- Battery Park City