When it comes to water damage restoration, it’s crucial to act fast and to be aware of the determining costs of your property remediation. ServiceMaster by Wright of Fort Myers, FL is on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide top-tier water damage restoration services with transparent cost explanations.
To reduce the extent of damage and incurred restoration costs, call the experts at ServiceMaster by Wright to begin water mitigation right away.
What are the Common Causes of Water Damage?
Top 10 Factors Affecting Water Damage Restoration Costs
The leading question after water damage has occurred is how much will it cost to restore the property? There are several factors that impact the costs involved with water damage restoration.
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1. Size of the Affected Area
The larger an affected area is, the higher the costs to repair it.
2. Amount of Water
The first step of water damage restoration is water removal and extraction and the volume of water that must be extracted has a direct impact on the cost of repairs. Water spreads horizontally then vertically. Deeper water affects more structures and contents than shallow water. ServiceMaster by Wright Technicians utilize water pumps, dehumidification equipment, and moisture-absorbent materials which impact water damage restoration costs.
3. Type and Source of Water
A leaky HVAC unit may go unnoticed and if left alone for too long, can stimulate mold and mildew growth requiring mold remediation and increased costs. On the other hand, floodwaters can cause immediate widespread damage, requiring floor replacements, wall repairs, etc. A small sewer backup may not cover an enormous area but will require special treatment due to the presence of Category 3 water.There are three categories of water that damage a property.
Untreated water damage escalates problems and costs over time.
5. Area Of The Property Damaged
Different parts of properties require different types of work.
6. Types of Materials Affected
The materials of items affected by water have differing levels of water resistance. Some items can be dried and salvaged, while others may have to be disposed of and replaced, increasing water damage restoration costs.
7. How Accessible Is The Damaged Area
Some areas are difficult to work in, such as crawlspaces and attics, which make restoration work more demanding.
8. Mold Removal
As water sits, mold growth occurs. If mold removal is necessary, water damage restoration costs increase as additional time will be required to eliminate the mold from the area. Cleaning and sanitizing will also be necessary.
The cost of living in your area will affect water damage restoration costs. If your property is in a humid climate, dehumidifying will require more time and effort, thus increasing costs.
10. Repairs and Reconstruction
Florida's Leading Water Damage Restoration Company
Water restoration is as complex as it is crucial. That’s why it’s so important to call the experts at the first sign of trouble.
The team at ServiceMaster by Wright is trained, qualified and ready to help. Our technicians are experts in assessing, controlling, and restoring homes and businesses following water damage. We have the skills and techniques to eliminate dangerous mold and mildew that water damage causes. We know what can be repaired, and what needs to be replaced. ServiceMaster by Wright is ready to put our expertise to work for you.