Water damage can be devastating. Water can wreak havoc on your property, whether from a flood, a storm, leaky pipes, or a malfunctioning appliance. The aftermath of water damage can be even worse, leaving lasting effects on your home, from mold to rotting wood. But the big question is, can water damage be fixed? The answer is yes, and Centennial Construction & Remodeling Services, Inc. is here to help!
Assess the Extent of the Damage
Before we start fixing anything, we assess the extent of the damage. This involves inspecting your home and identifying areas affected by the water. We look for common signs, such as discoloration on walls and ceilings, warping of floors, and mold growth. Once we have identified the areas that need repair, the repair planning can begin.
Dry Out the Affected Areas
Drying out the affected areas is the first step in repairing water damage. We remove any standing water and use high-powered fans and dehumidifiers to dry out walls, floors, and carpets. This prevents further damage and helps reduce the risk of mold growth.
Repair or Replace Damaged Materials
Once the affected areas are dry, we start repairing or replacing the damaged materials. This may involve removing and replacing drywall, repairing or replacing floors, and fixing or replacing damaged electrical wires and fixtures. Our team will also treat the affected areas with mold inhibitors to prevent mold growth.
Take Preventative Measures
Finally, it’s important to take preventative measures to reduce the risk of future water damage. This may include installing backup sump pumps, fixing leaky pipes, and sealing windows and doors to prevent water from entering your home. Any type of prevention is better than none.
Let’s Restore Your Home
Water damage can be fixed in your Indianapolis, IN, home. The restoration team at Centennial Construction & Remodeling Services, Inc. knows how to handle nearly every water situation. We’ll be there whether the damage is in your basement, bonus room, or kitchen! So, give us a call at (317) 848-7634.