Flood Damage Cleanup Services For Ohio
We offer immediate response water and flood damage restoration services to help property owners throughout the State of Ohio recover from flood damage disasters. The Ohio Restoration Pros are a leading National Disaster response company with extensive experience in helping to clean and dry out properties following flooding disasters. We are available for your call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year. Our technicians are certified through the Clean Trust and have been trained to handle small and large scale property flood damage cleanup. Property flooding disaster cleanup from Cleveland and Akron to Columbus, Dayton, Toledo or Cincinnati, Lorain, Parma and everywhere in between.
Flooding damages can often lead to mold and mildew growth and should be cleaned up within the first 48 hours to reduce the potential of air contamination problems. Our water damage restoration technicians use high power flood extraction pumping machines to remove water from basements, crawl spaces and flooded areas. Once we have properly removed and extracted the flood waters, we then turn our attention to further mitigation which involves drying out your home or business properly. We have a variety of equipment to dry properties including de-humidifiers, desiccant dehumidifiers, TES drying system for structural drying as well as the use of the Injectidry drying system for specialty drying projects.
If you have flood damage in Ohio, call us for immediate local response. We offer flood damage repair to these communities:
Akron, Beaver Creek, Berea, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Cuyahoga Falls, Dayton, Elyria, Findlay, Hamilton, Lakewood, Lorain, Kettering, Mansfield, Medina, Mentor, North Ridgeville, North Royalton, Parma, Shaker Heights, Strongsville, Toledo, Westlake
Learning about Water and Flood Damage in your home or business.
Water Damage level 1 (Clean Water) – Clean water is visibly clear and possesses little or no odor. If you smell any type of fecal matter or urine, your water is either level 2 or 3. Common sources of level 1 water is water supply lines such as dishwasher lines, refrigerator / ice maker pipes, sink water lines, and hot water lines used for hot water home heating. Broken appliances such as a dishwasher or hot water heater also fall under the category of clean water. Level 1 water should be discarded of immediately to prevent the growth of mold and other harmful substances.
Water Damage level 2 (Grey Water) –
Grey water is for the most part visibly clear. However, it often has a slight to mild foul odor that is noticeable in the affected area. This water damage must be treated with much more caution than the clean water because of the possible bacteria that could be growing in it. Level 2 water should be treated right away to prevent it from becoming level 3 black water. Sources of level 2 grey water include a failed sump pump or overflowed toilet.
Water Damage level 3 (Black Water) –
Black water is the most dangerous of all water damage and floods. It is filled with bacteria and is a breeding ground for harmful contaminants, including bacteria and mold producing organisms. That can cause health problem if not removed properly. All materials affected by black water damage must be handled with extreme caution, removed from the residence, and discarded of immediately and properly. Black water commonly comes from failed ejector pumps, broken sewage lines, water from streams, rivers or lakes, and any standing water. Any water with visible fecal matter is most definitely black water. This water needs to be taken care of properly to prevent further health risks and any other damage that could occur.
When dealing with any of these water or flood disaster. Think The Ohio Restoration Pros, we can assist you in removal of water and structure drying of any size. The Pros has all the equipment, manpower and expertise to get the job done. We are licensed, bonded, and insured. We will also make sure your job gets done right and quickly to help get you back on your feet and back to normal.