Water Damage Auburn Hills MI, Flood Damage Repair and Sewage Cleanup
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When your home falls victim to water damage in Auburn Hills MI, you must act as quickly as possible. Waiting to decide what to do can result in disastrous consequences. On top of that, insurance companies will often not cover damage that is caused by delay on the part of the property owner.
We do all of the repairs required for water damage cleanup, water extraction and home water damage restoration. If you need water removal services or water mitigation services because you have broken pipe water damage or leaky pipe water damage, dishwasher overflow, hardwood floor water damage, bathtub overflow, sump pump, air conditioner leaks, toilet overflow or leaks, warped hardwood floors, sink overflow, appliances failures such as water heater and washing machine malfunction, or storm damage, our water damage restoration specialists are available 24/7 for residential or large-loss commercial property restoration, emergency water removal and full water restoration. We also do complete carpet and hardwood floor drying in your home or basement. We can do sewage damage cleanup and sewer removal as well!
At The Restoration Doctor, we are on call 24/7 with a water removal specialist available around the clock. We guarantee water removal in three hours or less. This is on average 3 times faster than our competitors. By responding quickly to water damage in your home, you can reduce the overall cost of the restoration project. The Restoration Doctor is ready to handle all of your Auburn Hills flood damage cleanup needs in a timely and cost effective manner.
Auburn Hills Basement Water Damage Cleanup
Flooded basements and crawlspaces can present more challenges than top level spaces in Auburn Hills. Over the years, we have seen all sorts of basement flooding situations - from puddles on an unfinished floor to an entire finished basement under several feet of water. Most Auburn Hills water damage basement issues are usually caused by 1" - 2" inches of water that has gotten in. Excessive rain can over saturate the ground, resulting in leaks and even cracks throughout the basement. Frozen, broken, and burst pipes are more susceptible to happen in basements due to the pressure and temperature difference within the basement. But if the basement is finished, that's enough to cause thousands of dollars in damage. Wet drywall and carpets will often have to be replaced. If not dried our properly, the probability of mildew is extremely high. Auburn Hills basement flooding is not just an inconvenience, it's also a health hazard to you physically and mentally.
Fixing Your Broken, Burst, & Frozen Pipes
Winter can be the most devastating time of year for Auburn Hills water damage. Over a quarter of a million American homes each year will suffer from damage due to frozen or burst pipes. Water pipe bursts are common in areas of extreme winter cold and high winds that drive the wind chill well below freezing temperatures. Pipes that lack proper insulation and are exposed to the winter’s cold are far more likely to create a need for restoration. Auburn Hills homes that are left vacant with no regulating of heat or poorly insulated walls can be a common culprit of frozen water pipes and frozen water lines in the winter time. Broken pipes can also be common cause of water damage, causing gallons of water to come flooding through your living rooms, bedrooms, kitchen and bathroom.
A frozen, broken or leaky pipe are all inconveniences that can lead to major headaches for your Auburn Hills home. Ignoring these repairs can be extremely costly as water damage can lead to an unstable structure and damage of your valuables. If you are experiencing a burst or frozen pipe or any other flooding, give us a call as soon as possible.
Protecting You With Sewage Damage Cleanup & Removal
Because sewage damage causes such a disaster and is dangerous to handle, we provide safe sewage cleanup and sewage removal to keep you and your loved ones safe. Our team of professionally certified experts have years of experience resolving various sewage cleanup and repair problems. Sewage can contain high amounts of harmful bacteria and there are serious health risks associated with it. It’s critical that you do not try to clean up a mess from broken pipes that are connected to a sewage line. Coming in contact with raw sewage can cause disease, can destroy your valuables and cause severe damage to your property. Only trained professionals with the right equipment should handle sewage removal.
If you are not fully satisfied with the quality of work from our water damage Auburn Hills MI technicians, we will return to resolve the issue at no further cost to you.
Water Damage, Flood Damage, Sewage Cleanup and more throughout Auburn Hills MI
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More Reasons To Use The Restoration Doctor
The Restoration Doctor uses the latest technology in the water damage restoration industry to ensure that you receive super fast water removal in 3 hours or less. To continue to improve upon our industry leading knowledge The Restoration Doctor regularly does the following:
Institute regular testing and certifications for all employees.
Conduct training sessions for our employees to ensure we stay up to date with all water removal techniques.
Recommended by insurance agents and adjusters because of our great reputation and training
Performs regular drug testing on all employees
Conducts on-going team training to stay current on all water removal techniques
Uses only the most qualified and best trained personnel in the industry
Info About Auburn Hills MI
Auburn Hills began as Pontiac Township, including the village of Auburn, in 1821, at what is today the corner of Auburn and Squirrel roads. Situated on the river, it was named by Aaron Webster, the first settler, for Auburn, New York. His sawmill and grist mill attracted settlers to Auburn. After the streets were laid out in 1826, when it lost its prosperity. in the 1960s. The town was renamed Amy in 1880, and it officially became Auburn Heights in 1919.
Auburn Hills MI is home to such attractions as SEA LIFE Michigan Aquarium.
Providing Auburn Hills MI services to 48309, 48326, 48359.