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  • Writer's pictureColby Taylor

Checklist for the Right Water Remediation Company

Updated: Feb 20

If you're a homeowner, you know how important it is to take care of your home and keep it in good condition. One vital aspect of home maintenance is making sure water damage is restored if you ever have the misfortune of experiencing it.

This is especially important if you live in an area with a high water table or a flood zone, like Stone Canyon.

Water Damage Repair Tech talking to customer in Mesa Park Round Rock, Tx

It's essential to choose the right water remediation company when it comes to dealing with water damage. But with so many companies out there, how do you know which is best for you?

Here's a checklist to help you choose the right water restoration company:

1. 10+ years of experience

Since water damage can be complex, it's best to choose a company with the experience to restore water damage issues of all sorts. Do your best to find a company that’s been in business for a while with a proven track record of success.

2. Certifications

Water restoration is a specialized field not all companies are qualified to work in. Look for a company certified by a reputable organization, such as the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification.

You can look up companies and individuals online to check their credentials for most certifications in this industry. Seeing how knowledgeable and competent a company is can provide much-needed peace of mind.

3. References

A good water damage company shouldn’t have a problem providing you with references from satisfied customers. Contact these references and ask about their experiences with the company.

Were they happy with the work done? Did the company communicate well with them throughout the process? Did they finish the job on time and within budget?

4. Services offered

Different water damage specialists may offer different services. Choosing a company that can handle the specific needs of your home is crucial.

For example, some companies may specialize in drying water damage on hardwood floors, while others may have more of a focus on category 3 water damage projects. Make sure the company you go with offers the services you need.

5. Detailed plan

They should be completely transparent about their pricing and processes. Any legitimate water damage restoration company will provide you with a straightforward plan and a clear breakdown - with the exception of some emergencies.

Are they extracting any standing water? Are they removing the right materials? Are they removing the right amount of materials? Are they using adequate fans and dehumidifiers? Is each expense lined out individually with its exact cost?

The estimate they provide you with should answer all of those questions.

Great job if you’ve found a company that checks all these boxes. Solid companies are out there, but they can be difficult to find. This checklist should make the search a little easier.


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