Valleywide Restoration

Valleywide Restoration

Valleywide Restoration is a family owned and operated company, started in Mesa, AZ in 2000.

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It can be overwhelming and as a homeowner, you may not know where to start.Here are some helpful tips for you to consider before taking on a water damage emergency.Stay SafeIn any water damage remediation job, safety should be the top priority.If there is standing water, be sure that the power has been completely turned off; don’t operate any electrical equipment in rooms with standing water.If you are unsure about where the water is coming from, stay safe and leave it alone until a professional water damage remediation team arrives.Before You Dive In…Take plenty of photographs of the damage before beginning the cleanup process as documentation for insurance claims and adjustments.Be sure to include photos of damaged structures, as well as items from the affected areas.For example, use tarps or plywood covered with tar paper to patch a roof.Get The Air MovingDrying and circulating air is crucial when dealing with water damage.
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With more than 15 years of experience and thousands of homes restored, we have the expertise to handle your water damage in Chandler.Call us now if you have an emergency!
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Looking for professional services of mold removal in Gilbert?Here at Valleywide Restoration, we are experienced and know how to finish the mold and prevent further mold growth!
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With more than 15 years of experience and thousands of homes restored, we have the expertise to handle your water damage in Chandler.Call us now if you have an emergency!
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It can be overwhelming and as a homeowner, you may not know where to start. Here are some helpful tips for you to consider before taking on a water damage emergency. If there is standing water, be sure that the power has been completely turned off; don’t operate any electrical equipment in rooms with standing water. Before You Dive In… Take plenty of photographs of the damage before beginning the cleanup process as documentation for insurance claims and adjustments. Be sure to include photos of damaged structures, as well as items from the affected areas. For example, use tarps or plywood covered with tar paper to patch a roof.
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