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From Carpet Drying to Restoration: Get a Thorough Emergency Flood Restoration in Northern Beaches, North Shore, Chatswood, or Randwick

If you need an emergency flood restoration in Northern Beaches, but also need someone who will give your home or business the thorough attention to detail it deserves, then contact Mr. Flood today. With every water damage repair project we undertake, we follow a meticulous, well-proven process to ensure the best results. Whether you are dealing with slight flooding from a leaky pipe or full-blown destruction from a flood, we can figure out the best way to resolve the problem and restore your property to its original condition.

What to Expect When You Call about Emergency Flood Damage in Chatswood

Perhaps you are in North Shore and need emergency carpet drying, or maybe you are looking beyond the drying phase to the larger restoration project. With Mr. Flood, you don’t need to call different companies for these respective services. Instead, we undertake entire emergency floor repair projects in Randwick, Chatswood and throughout the Sydney metropolitan area.

Our first step is to provide advice. When you call us in need of emergency flood restoration in Northern Beaches, we strive to provide service as urgently as possible. Usually, we can dispatch a service technician to the necessary location within an hour of the initial service call. In the meantime, though, there may be steps you can take immediately to mitigate the damage. If there is anything you can do while you wait, our technicians will advise you over the phone.

Our next step is a thorough inspection. One of the big challenges of repairing water damage is how different things can look depending on a few variables. Is there water and debris (dirt, mud, plant matter, etc.) or just water? Was the flooding recent, or has the water been standing for a while? How deep or extensive was the flooding? Is there mould growth? The answers to these questions can affect the best course for a restoration to take. Instead of just jumping in with repair services that may or may not be appropriate, our technicians will inspect your property thoroughly before strategising an ideal solution.

Usually, we start restorations with water extraction. If you are looking for North Shore emergency carpet drying services, they are really just the tip of the iceberg. By extracting water wherever possible, we can differentiate between the parts of your property that need restoration and those that will need replacing.

All restoration projects also require a second stage of drying, which we can accomplish through the use of dehumidifiers and other drying equipment. These processes can eliminate residual moisture and eradicate mustiness.

How Long Will My Flood Restoration Take?

So how long does the entire flood restoration process take? It can vary, of course, depending on the extent of the water damage to your property. Usually, the initial inspection and water extraction process takes just a few hours. Additional steps—removing unsalvageable materials, using dehumidifiers for more drying, testing the site to see if it is habitable, replacing carpets and underlay where necessary—can take anywhere between a few days and a few weeks. Your technician will advise you on wait time throughout the process.

Even if the work takes a while, though, you can always trust that Mr. Flood is thorough. We take your safety and health (as well as the safety and health of your family, your employees, tenants or your customers) very seriously. To schedule an emergency flood damage repair in Randwick, Chatswood, North Shore, or Northern Beaches, give us a call on 1300 673 566.

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Imagine returning to your job after a weekend of nasty weather, and finding the place flooded. You’d expect that the highest danger of flooding is in Sydney’s coastal region. Did you think that a carpet flood repair is mainly required in the Sydney Eastern Suburbs or that only Sydney’s Northern Beaches dwellers suffer wet carpet damage? The building you’re responsible for may be located as far inland as the Sydney Northern Suburbs or Macquarie Park; a flooded carpet repair can suddenly become your priority.

For a Macquarie Park flooded carpet repair, or even further inland, an hour is all it takes

While you know your own home quite well, and you’d understand instantly which actions you’d need to take, problems relating to a flood at another place take on different proportions. In that case, you may not be entirely sure what to do. Trying to find everything out yourself would consume too much time. You need the premises back in functional order as soon as possible.

Call our hotline, mail us, or contact us on our website. We have the necessary experience to handle the consequences of a flood.

Whether we’re needed for carpet drying in the Sydney Northern Suburbs, or for Northern Beaches wet carpet damage, our company is centrally located, and we’ll be with you within the hour to assist you with our extensive know-how.

What you can do until we take over

While you wait for us to arrive, read our 13-step process which contains practical information in case a flood surprises you. You don’t doubt there’s a lot you need to do. But the question is rather, where should you start? What should you do first?

By the time you’ve arrived at step two or three of our list, we’ll probably already be there to assess the situation and to get quickly to work. We’ll answer the questions you will doubtlessly have and providing you with all the advice you need.

Who will pay for what?

One of the most burning questions on your mind, we expect, will be who will pay for the water extraction, the carpet drying and restoration, and for the repairs of any other damage. Luckily, we’re well acquainted with this complex issue. True, every case is different, but many measures apply to any kind of room or building whether the flood was caused by a water leak or Sydney’s occasionally nasty weather. We’ll supply you with all the necessary details to ensure the flood doesn’t leave you out of pocket.

2019-11-19T20:00:32+00:00 November 19th, 2019|