We hope these FAQs can answer some of your questions, concerns, or general curiosity about toilet overflows. It’s important to know how to handle different scenarios, as well as who is responsible for the clean-up and repair costs in order to restore your home or business back to its original...
Water, Fire, Storm Damage Restoration
Emergency Response 24 Hours a Day, 365 Days a Year
For Professional Disaster Recovery Services due to Water, Fire, Wind or Vandalism, Call 800-303-5844
All disasters have two things in common:
First, the faster emergency restoration services are begun, the lower the total cost. There is a popular, and true, slogan in the restoration industry, “Don’t Wait To Mitigate!” Delays in response time can further the negative impact to property and belongings.
Second, the faster lives are returned to normal, the better for the customer’s and insurance carrier’s peace of mind.
Disaster Restoration Services
What you can expect from ServiceMaster Restoration and Cleaning:
- Board-Up & Establishing Safety Barrier
- Water Extraction & Dehumidification
- Fire and Smoke Cleanup & Restoration
- Furniture, Clothing & Textile Restoration
- Content Pack-out and Storage
- Temporary Power Generation & Climate Control
- Onsite Project Management & Communication
ServiceMaster Restoration and Cleaning
ServiceMaster Restoration and Cleaning is accessible 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. In most cases within our direct service areas, we can be on-site to begin emergency disaster services within 2-3 hours of your initial call to our office. And if you require disaster restoration services outside of ServiceMaster’ immediate service areas, we can coordinate your request through ServiceMaster nationwide network of service centers – the largest coverage in North America!
Even in the midst of the confusion and frustration during a disaster, you will discover true “Peace of Mind” with ServiceMaster Restoration and Cleaning.
Disaster Restoration Services in Houston, TX
ServiceMaster Houston Service Area
We provide residential and commercial disaster restoration services in the following Houston area and Southern & Central Texas cities:
Atascocita, TX | Champion Forest, TX | Conroe, TX | Crosby, TX | East Montgomery County, TX | Fall Creek, TX | Huffman, TX | Humble, TX | Katy, TX | Kingwood, TX | Lake Houston Area | Missouri City | New Caney, TX | Porter, TX | Splendora, TX | Spring, TX | Stafford, TX | Sugar Land | Summerwood, TX | Southwest Houston | The Woodlands
Why Choose ServiceMaster Restoration and Cleaning?
Years of Experience
ServiceMaster Restoration and Cleaning has been serving the greater Houston area since 1992. As a disaster restoration business, we serve both residential and commercial clients.
We Work With InsuranceServiceMaster Restoration & Cleaning is a select provider for all major insurance companies and can provide you or your adjuster with detailed and thorough estimates and loss documentation.
Our Clients are HappyExcellent Service results in loyal customers and long-term employees. We strive to provide each customer with fast response, competent and friendly service and Value.
Frequently Asked Questions
When signs of water damage are present, water damage restoration technicians pinpoint the source of the leak and repair it. Using water extraction equipment, restoration specialists eliminate all excess water from the premises. Powerful dehumidifiers are put in place to thoroughly dry the area.
The extent of time needed to dry a water-logged home is based on several unique circumstances, such as the type of water damage, the building materials affected (concrete requires more drying time than wood) and the duration the premises are saturated with water.
Water damage restoration processes that begin immediately upon notice of the ruin can take three to five days. A home exposed to water damage for an extended period, however, will require a longer time to thoroughly dry. Weather also contributes to the length of time needed for restoration.
When your business has suffered hurricane damage, you’ll want to get the restoration process started as soon as possible. This will limit the amount of damage done to your property, get your business back up and running sooner and, ultimately, save your company money on repairs and lost revenue. However, the amount of damage may leave you overwhelmed and unsure of where to start.
Refer to this link and use it as a guide to help you through the restoration process of your business after experiencing hurricane damage.
What to Do When Your Bathroom is Flooded
While flooding and water damage can happen anywhere in your home, certain areas are more vulnerable, such as the bathroom. It is important to check your bathrooms regularly for any signs of water damage and know what to do when water damage or flooding occurs.
How to Respond to a Bathtub Overflow
By equipping yourself with the right knowledge on how to diagnose and contain an overflowing tub, you can protect your home and furniture from expensive repairs or replacements—saving both time and money. Keep reading for our top tips on responding correctly when faced with a bathtub overflow.