Water Damage Restoration
We have a broad range of techniques and the best equipment on the market to restore your home or business to its original condition.
If You Have Water Damage
Identify where the water is coming from:
- Flash flooding
- A leaky roof
- Fire suppression & fire sprinklers
- A faulty appliance
- A burst pipe or broken water main
- Sewer backup
Here’s What You Do
Locate the source of the water and if possible, stop it. Can’t? Call a plumber, or us. See list of preferred plumbers.
If accessible and safe, remove all wet items from the area, including furniture, carpets, and loose items like toys. Open windows or use central air to help reduce humidity; keep your system fan in the “on” position (not auto).
Report and begin the claim process. Removing water as soon as possible is essential to the drying process. 1-844-806-4612.
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Here’s What We Do
Team arrives and begins water extraction; drying process begins (4-6 days). Contents removed, cleaned/stored or replaced.
Structural repairs, drywall & paint, flooring repaired/replaced.
If restoration is delayed or ignored, you could have bigger problems than just repairing the initial damage. These can include:
- Mould, mildew, bacteria growth
- Electrical hazards
- Deterioration of flooring (carpet, hardwood)
- Rotting and permanent damage to contents and structure
What’s Canstar Fire and Flood Going to Do?
Whenever possible we dry and repair the existing building materials rather than remove and replace them. Minimizing the amount of demolition is less expensive and more environmentally sound.
Depending on your unique situation we use the following state-of-the-art equipment:
- Truck-mounted extractors
- Thermal drying trailers that pump in hot, dry air while extracting moisture
- Air movers & fans
- Viking drying systems
- Air scrubbers
- Wood floor drying systems
- Sub-floor drying equipment
At regular intervals, usually every twenty-four hours, we monitor the equipment, temperature, humidity, and moisture content of your home or business.
We use moisture meters and thermal imaging cameras to detect humidity levels and ensure that the drying process is complete before moving on to the next phase of your restoration.