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Water Damage Restoration

Water Damage Restoration in Rockingham, NC, and the Surrounding Areas

Did you know that the most common type of insurance claims are from water damage restoration? Ninety percent of all property owners will eventually experience moisture damage to their home or business. Count on HCI Fire and Water Restoration to take care of your water damage and get you back to dry land. Our IICRC-certified technicians are standing by 24/7 to take your call. Don’t wait. Permitting the water to remain in your home will quickly cause more damage to the structure and put your family at risk of mold exposure.

Water Damage Restoration in Rockingham, NC

For Water Damage Restoration in the Rockingham, NC, Area, Call HCI Fire and Water Restoration

  • IICRC-Certified Technicians
  • Fast Response Time
  • Family-Owned and Operated
  • Stop Further Damage Caused by Water
  • Get Back to Dry

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Your insurance company will require you hire certified technicians to guarantee experienced professionals are restoring your property. Contact us immediately to help you start the claims process. Your insurance carrier will not cover “gradual damage” that occurs due to a delay. Standing water will quickly cause additional damage and can even migrate to other areas of your home or business. Let HCI Fire and Water Restoration guide you through the restoration process.

We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to Anson County, Moore County, Richmond County, Scotland County, and the surrounding areas. Certified by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification organization, our technicians are waiting to restore your property to its original condition any time of the day!

Have Water in Your Home? Give HCI Fire and Water Restoration a Call!

COMMON REASONS FOR WATER DAMAGE

Basement Flooding – Water can seep into your basement causing water damage or, even worse, flooding. Failed water heaters, broken sump pumps, poor drainage, and failures to your foundation are all ways your basement could experience water damage.

Leaking Pipes - Small leaks at times can be hard to detect until you can see the water. The leaks often occur behind drywall or in crawlspaces. From pipes in your kitchen and bathroom to basement or garage, undetected water leaks can cause mold growth if not detected quickly.

Frozen Pipes - When temperatures plummet below freezing, the pipes on your property are at risk of cracking and splitting. Massive amounts of water damage can happen in a short time. Our team of professionals will extract the water and restore the entire space. We provide complete water damage restoration services in the Rockingham, NC, area.

Appliance Failures - Take a minute to imagine the appliances in your home. How many of them depend on water? At times, dishwashers, refrigerators, washing machines or even water heaters and sump pumps can fail, saturating the surrounding areas with water. Our team at HCI Fire and Water Restoration can identify and restore all areas of water damage, both hidden and exposed.

Hurricane and Storm Damage -  When high winds, heavy rains, and flash flooding occurs, neighboring rivers, streams or creek beds can rise and overflow onto your property. With those waters come hazardous materials such as bacteria, E.Coli, microbes, and debris. HCI Fire and Water Restoration, however, has experience handling these types of damages and can not only restore your property but in many cases can save your belongings as well.

Aftermath of Fire Damage - Fires are devastating to property owners. Not only does the fire itself damage your home, but the water to put it out can create even more damage. Using proven water removal restoration methods and state of the art cleaning equipment, our team at HCI Fire and Water Restoration can handle both fire and water damage at once.

Water Restoration Process

At HCI Fire and Water Restoration, we take the water damage to your property very seriously. We follow a proven step-by-step approach to restore your property to pre-loss condition. Call us today for water damage restoration in the counties of Anson, Richmond, Scotland, Moore, and the surrounding areas.

Immediate Response – When you pick up the phone to call HCI Fire & Water Restoration, one of our experienced dispatchers will greet you and take down all of your necessary information. An IICRC-certified technician will go to your residential or commercial property to begin the evaluation process of finding the spread of water damage.

Water Damage Evaluation - We have a very thorough evaluation process. We do not simply only analyze the affected area; we take it a step further by taking moisture readings in both the affected and unaffected areas to determine the full scope of water damage. We also use modern technology to identify moisture that could have traveled behind the sheetrock or beneath floorboards. This thorough evaluation process reduces the risk of further damage and mold growth.

Specialized Drying Procedures - HCI Fire and Water Restoration does not offer a simple one size fits all approach. Every instance of water damage is unique. Once our technician has completed a thorough evaluation, we will recommend the most efficient and cost-effective solution for your specific situation.

Accurate Drying Monitoring and Reporting - Once the water has been removed and extracted and the drying equipment is in place, we will be back daily to track the drying progress until your property is restored to fully dry conditions.

If you would like one of our trained technicians to evaluate your property, give HCI Fire and Water Restoration a call at 877-586-2924.

Water Damage Restoration Tips

  • Document the water damage with photographs if you think you’ll file an insurance claim.
  • Remove any standing water in your home with a shop vac or squeegee.
  • Move contents and electronics away from the affected area.
  • Put out fans and open windows to start getting the air circulating.
  • Don’t wait to call a certified restoration professional to come onsite to evaluate your water damage and begin the restoration process. Most significant water damage cannot be fully repaired by the property owner.