Water Damage Unlimited Is Ready To Serve Louisiana Residents After Hurricane Ida
Our Professional Water Damage Services Are Covered By Most Homeowners Policies
We Will Not Do Any Work Without Notifying You First.
Tens of thousands of homes have suffered water damage from hurricane Ida. After a hurricane homeowners need assistance with the removal and clean-up of damages from water. Such water can enter the roof, around windows and doors, and from flooding. Water damage can quickly turn to mold before anyone is allowed back into the area by local officials. Our water damage mitigation team is ready to assist the residents of Louisiana in their time of need. We will assess damages, remove damaged items and materials, clean and treat for any bacteria growth, and dry the structure with commercial-grade equipment so repairs can begin.
Speak with a Certified Water Damage Specialist: (919) 629-1455
Where We Start Upon Arrival
Now that Hurricane Ida has passed and you’ve returned to your property, you most likely have seen water damage already. The first place we will check for water damage is outside the property. The exterior can provide some needed information as to where water may have entered. We will first ask that you point out anything you have noticed upon your return to your property. We will then walk around the outside of your building and note any signs of hurricane damage, including obvious issues like missing shingles, punctures, openings, etc.
External Signs of Water Damage:
- Missing or broken roof shingles
- Debris on roof
- Damage to the chimney flashing
- Holes/Dents in exterior walls
- Windows, screens, and frame damage
- Doors and door frame damage
- Gutter and downspout displacement
After we’ve assessed any external storm damages, we will fully inspect interior rooms and living spaces. A full inspection of all ceilings, walls, and floors, of every interior room. We will also inspect inside cabinets, closets, attics, and crawlspace (if applicable). You may have noticed items on the following list as well.
Internal Signs of Water Damage:
- Mildew or musty smells
- Water rings on walls and ceilings
- Soft spots on walls or in flooring
- Cracks or warping in hardwood flooring
- Discoloration on flooring
Hidden Water Damage Is Costly, Dangerous, and Unhealthy
Hidden water damage can cause serious structural issues down the road. Rot and wood decay can be stoped when hidden water damages are detected and mitigated. If water damage isn’t properly mitigated, mold can begin to form within a few days and lead to a variety of health issues for a building’s occupants, including:
- Respiratory issues, difficulty breathing, and chest tightness.
- Throat irritation.
- Skin irritation.
Microbial growth and mold can be especially harmful to people with pre-existing breathing conditions, such as Asthma, COPD, or Obstructive Lung Disease.
The Reasons Above Is Why We Are Here To Assist You.
Hurricane Ida caused over 50 billion dollars of flood damage and other storm damage, making it one of the costliest hurricanes of all time. The first step to having your water damage issues addressed is to assess the damage and figure out what needs to be addressed. Storm damage repairs should be done as soon as possible. Unattended water damage can cause more and more damage over time. Have your water damage restoration completed as soon as possible to avoid developing future issues. Neglected and hidden water damages can corrode your pipes and electrical wiring. It can also destroy flooring, drywall, and insulation. Even just cosmetic damage can be a big deal as it can severely lower the value of your home when you need to sell it. Be on the safe side and select a professional Water Damage Restoration Company to check and properly mitigate any water damage issues you may have.