Ottawa Water Damage

Water, despite being necessary for life, can cause extensive damage when it enters indoor areas. It leads to the rapid deterioration of structures, poses unsanitary conditions, and should not be underestimated. However, taking prompt and efficient action within the first 24-48 hours can greatly reduce water's destructive potential. The results of cleanup and restoration efforts may surprise you, as valuable family heirlooms, office equipment, and even industrial machinery can be salvaged.

Water Extraction and Drying

Experience unparalleled peace of mind with Double Clean Restoration's exceptional water removal solutions. Our cutting-edge water drying technologies guarantee a swift and efficient recovery for your property, restoring it to its original state with minimal damage.

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Our water damage restoration techniques include:

During the assessment phase, we analyze the water category (ranging from 1 to 3) and the level of contamination to determine salvageable items and those that require disposal based on the type of water involved.

  • Category 1 – This category covers damage caused by clean water sources, such as broken water lines, overflowing sinks, or fresh rainwater.
  • Category 2 – In this category, the water is moderately contaminated, including dishwasher or washing machine backflows, toilet overflow without feces, or remnants of a broken aquarium.
  • Category 3 – Unfortunately, this category involves exposure to harmful elements like pathogens, toxins, or other hazardous agents. Common sources include sewage, waste line disruptions, or flooding from seawater, rivers, and streams.
  • Water Removal or Extraction
  • Drying and Dehumidification
  • Application of Antimicrobial Solutions

At Double Clean Restoration, we take pride in our top-of-the-line drying equipment. Our impressive range consists of powerful air movers, advanced air scrubbers, efficient dehumidifiers, precise moisture meters, cutting-edge thermal imaging cameras, and highly accurate thermo-hygrometers, along with other innovative tools.

Applied Structural Drying Services

Experiencing flood damage on your property can be overwhelming, and while you might consider taking on the cleanup process yourself, it's important to pause and ponder the following:

Water extraction and structural drying are intricate tasks that necessitate expert knowledge and advanced tools. To mitigate potential issues, it is advisable to entrust the job to a professional water removal service. This decision plays a crucial role in achieving swift and thorough recovery.

At Double Clean, our team of seasoned experts employs state-of-the-art technology and moisture meters to meticulously evaluate the extent of water damage and moisture levels. Our unwavering supervision and meticulous documentation throughout the drying process guarantee the attainment of the highest level of dryness, surpassing even the most stringent standards.

To protect against secondary water damage, we employ advanced dehumidification equipment to extract moisture from the air and tackle condensation concerns.

With Double Clean, you can rely on efficient, eco-friendly solutions and impressive drying outcomes!

  • What is water damage restoration?

    Water damage restoration is the process of restoring a property that has been damaged by water back to its pre-damaged condition. This includes water extraction, drying, and cleanup services. It is important to respond quickly after water damage occurs in order to minimize the damage done to the property. Double Clean Restoration provides full water damage restoration services to ensure that your property is restored quickly and efficiently.

  • What type of water damage is covered by homeowners insurance ?

    Water damage that is covered by homeowners insurance is typically damage that is the result of a sudden and accidental event, such as a flood or water main break. If the water damage is the result of a slow leak, it may not be covered by homeowners insurance. If you have water damage in your home, it is important to act quickly to get the damage repaired. One of the most important things you can do is to file a claim with your insurance company as soon as possible. Most homeowners insurance policies will cover water damage, but it is important to understand what is covered under your policy. If you have water damage, it is important to take steps to protect your property from further damage. You should remove any items that may be damaged or water-logged and contact a Double Clean Restoration as soon as possible. The sooner you get the water damage repaired, the less likely you are to experience long-term damage.

  • Do I need to hire a professional for water damage restoration?

    Water damage can be a costly and destructive event. If you have recently experienced water damage in your home, it is important to take the necessary steps to correct the situation as soon as possible. While DIY restoration may be an option for some minor damages, it is always best to consult with a professional water damage restoration company when faced with extensive or serious damage. A professional water damage restoration company will have the experience and expertise to properly assess the level of damage, develop a plan of action, and efficiently restore your home back to its original condition. They will also work with your insurance company throughout the entire process to ensure that you receive the maximum claim benefit.

  • How much does water damage restoration cost?

    The cost of water damage restoration varies depending on the size of the area that has been damaged, the extent of the damage, and the type of services that are required. Generally speaking, costs will range from $500 to $10,000 or more. It's important to note that not all water damage is equal. For example, if a pipe has burst and water is flowing freely through your home, the damage will be much greater than if you simply had a leaky faucet. In addition, some types of services will be more expensive than others. For example, removing water and drying out an area will typically be less expensive than repairing structural damage or replacing carpets and furniture.