Water Damage Restoration

24/7 Response When You Need it Most

Pipes break, bathtubs overflow, heavy rain causes leaks. When water enters areas it shouldn’t you need fast professional help to mitigate any losses, prevent mold damage, and restore your property.

When facing the misfortune and disruption of water damage within your home, a timely response is critical to the health of both the building and its occupants. At Valley Restoration, we are committed to excellence in all that we do. Our trusted, IICRC certified team has over 50 years of water damage restoration experience to act fast, day or night.

The Continuing Effect of Water Damage

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Within Minutes

  • Water contamination spreads to other areas
  • Moisture beings to soak into walls and wood
  • Furniture and carpet staining starts to occur

Within Hours

  • Pressed woods delaminate, swell, and disintegrate
  • Bacterial odors start developing
  • Uncoated metal surfaces begin to tarnish

Within Days

  • Drywall, trim, and studs start to swell, warp, and split
  • Uncoated metal surfaces begin to rust
  • Fungi appear, and respiratory problems can begin

Our Water Damage Restoration Process

Flood Cleanup

In the event of a flood in your home or business, a technician will evaluate the affected areas using specialized moisture meters and instruments. Based on the situation, our team will identify the most effective way to extract the water, dry and sanitize salvageable areas, and plan any next rebuilding steps to restore your property to its original condition.

Sewer Damage

A plumbing emergency can wreak havoc on your property long after the initial crises, causing further issues with pipes and other structural damage that may otherwise go unnoticed. Our team will quickly and efficiently identify the issue and ensure your space is properly sanitized in the event of a sewer emergency.

Storm Cleanup

While you can do your best to protect your property during storm season, natural disasters can strike at any time and cause serious damage to your property. Outside of the potential risks of flooding, additional structural damage can occur and put occupants at risk. For over 50 years Valley Maintenance has served the Wood River Valley in storm cleanups and property restoration.

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FAQs

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What is water damage restoration?
Water damage restoration is the process of repairing a water-damaged property, restoring the property to its original condition. Water damage restoration assessments and work begin after any necessary water mitigation, which is the process of stopping the immediate flow of water, extracting any excess water, and completely drying out the affected area.
How long does water damage restoration take?
While it depends on the size and extent of the water damage on a given property, water mitigation and damage cleanup can usually be completed within 7-14 days with at least one month of rebuilding efforts after.
How much does water damage restoration cost?
The size and extent of the water damage on a given property can complicate and extend water mitigation and restoration efforts, so individual restoration costs can vary greatly. Valley Restoration customers can expect a free estimate to avoid any surprise costs as well as direct correspondence and billing to insurance companies for accurate reimbursement.
How do you choose a water damage restoration company?
When choosing a water damage restoration company, it’s important to consider factors like credible local references, proper licensing and certifications, and emergency response.

At Valley Restoration, our certified IICRC technicians are available 24/7 to provide you with the finest service possible using the most recent technology and state of the art equipment. For over 50 years, we’ve served the water, mold, and fire restoration needs of the homes and businesses in the Wood River Valley.

What should I do immediately after water damage?
If only a small area of your property has been impacted, you may be able to mitigate the water yourself with tools like a large wet/dry vacuum, large fans and even a submersible pump if necessary. In general it’s a good idea to begin removing water/drying your space even if you need to hire a professional to help mitigate damage. However, if the water damage is excessive, and you’re dealing with a true emergency situation, you should always call professional help.