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Water Damage Restoration Jacksonville

Water damage in a building, whether home or business, can cause serious problems if the water damage is not repaired, and the problems will continue to increase as materials or personal items remain wet. Warped wood, drywall chips, metal rust and peeling carpet.

The longer these materials stay wet, the greater the damage. Additionally, more damage will begin to mold and cause more damage, posing a serious health risk.

We’re here for you with Jacksonville water damage 24-hour emergency assistance. The most important thing for us is the satisfaction of our customers.

The area where the water leaks and how to fix this leak quickly are the two most important issues and we are with you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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Jacksonville Water Damage

  • Most encountered in Jacksonville and Florida water damage

    Pipes – Pipes can burst due to freezing, extreme heat, corrosion, shifting or high water pressure.

  • Pipe Leaks – Leaks are usually caused by age and corrosion.
  • Water Heater Burst and Leaking – There are many reasons a water heater may burst. The primary reason is too much pressure builds up for one reason or another. Age is also a big factor as corrosion can occur at various places, causing failure.
  • Appliance Issues – Fridges, dishwashers and washing machines all have water lines and can all potentially malfunction.
  • Toilet – Broken supply lines, failed wax rings, and cracked toilet tanks.

Plumbing Issues

Sewage backlogs and overflowing toilets are two other plumbing problems that can arise. Shutting off the water line/water supply won’t stop you as the water on the drain side of the system will accumulate and overflow back into the property.

Wastewater backup: Pretty much the worst situation imaginable. Blocked pipes or urban buildup that result in small or large amounts of waste, including anthropogenic material, entering the home through drains.

Toilet overflow: A clogged toilet relatively close to the toilet outlet can cause water to overflow and cause damage.

Service Includes
  • Walls
  • Flooring
  • Ceiling
  • Cabinets
  • Multiple Rooms
  • Tile Walls
  • Growth on Contents

AirCondition related leaks

Another water source that is not related to water supply has to do with air conditioning.

Drain Fuse 

As warm air flows over the AC coil, condensation forms and travels along the coil into the drain pan and eventually out of the drain. Aside from plumbing problems, one of the most common sources of water damage in homes and businesses is clogged drains.

This problem is more common in southern states, where air handling units are placed in finished areas or even in attics. If your drain is clogged, the float switch should shut down your air conditioner, but if it fails and the drain pan overflows, serious damage could be done.

Coil freezing

If the temperature in the evaporator coil drops too low, ice can form on the coil. Depending on the type of system you have and the location of your dealer, water dripping from the unit may cause water damage to building materials.

Restoration Process
  1. Extraction
  2. Assessment
  3. Contents Manipulation
  4. Remove Damaged Material
  5. Cleaning of Structure
  6. Drying Equipment
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