Water damage in the home is one of the biggest problems facing homeowners. In the United States, water damage accounts for hundreds of millions of dollars of homeowner property damage every year. Sadly, it seems that very few homeowners understand the link between water damage to their homes and mold contamination down the road. However, understanding how one leads to the other can save you thousands in repair costs and prevent your family from being exposed to potentially dangerous toxic mold.
It depends on the coverage the homeowner selected.
Insurance Repair Specialists can explain your coverages, limits, and deductibles.
We work directly with the insurance adjuster or public adjuster.
Disconnect hoses, clean gutters and downspouts, maintain trees and vegetation, maintain appliances. Also, investigate and fix leaks promptly, install water detection devices and know where your water main shutoff is located.
Water damage costs depend on the extent of the damage. And how many days it takes to get the home dry to IICRC standards. Insurance Repair Specialists will always provide the homeowner with a price list before doing any type of work. If your covered loss by your insurance carrier then only your deductible applies.
This all depends on how wet the property is, and how long it takes us to bring the property back to the proper dry standard. It can be Sometimes, between 2-10 days depending on the circumstances.
A third party mold testing company provides the actual mold testing.
No, but we can refer you to several different companies that do.
Musty odors, water leaks, humidity and condensation, ventilation problems, health symptoms, mold spores or discoloration to your baseboards or walls.
Whenever there is a water leak, you risk creating a habitat suited for mold growth, so it’s best to have leaks fixed on time. Furthermore, if leaks occur in hard-to-reach areas, like inside your walls, you should call us. we are mold remediation professional. and inspect, nipping any mold growth in the bud.
This is something after you have had a licensed mold hygienist test your home. Then you can speak to them or your doctor about. It also would depend on the area of the home and if it can be contained for you to stay in the home.
If you don’t see signs of mold but you can smell it, it may be hidden in your walls. A musty smell is a good indicator that mold is growing in your home. The smell of mold feels earthy. This is when you should call a licensed mold hygienist to test your home in the areas where you smell mold.
The time it takes for the mold removal process depends on many factors. Such as, how much mold is present, where the mold is growing (behind walls, etc.), and the materials it grows on. Most mold removal (remediation) takes anywhere from 1 day to 7 days.
This all depends on the extent of the damage to the property.
Cooking, portable heaters, electrical fires, smoking, candles.
Fire restoration can take anywhere from four to six months to complete. The amount of time can vary based on several factors, including the extent and type of damage, the floor area, and the method used to put out the fire.
As long as the cause of loss is a covered peril such as fire and lightning strikes then yes. Only your insurance adjuster can determine coverage.
Yes, we are licensed, and we also have all the certifications required by the State of Florida. We are licensed, bonded, and insured general contractors.
Our team will provide some steps to make arrangements with the insurance and make an initial inspection, where we can provide photos, documents, and more for your insurance company.
We are here for you 24/7 emergency services.
First, we discuss with our customers about the service and the priority. Second, we can schedule an initial inspection, so we can make estimations, collect documents and photographic evidence. Third, we will make a specific plan for your requirements and needs.
That depends on how extensive the damage to the property is. Each Insurance company handles losses differently.
Yes, we will work directly with insurance company or public adjuster.
After someone files a homeowners claim in Florida, the insurer reportedly has 30 days to send the consumer a confirmation that the claim is either covered in full, in part, or still under investigation if they have requested this confirmation in writing.