Water Damage Restoration

Restoring your water-damaged home to its original condition is our top priority. When disaster strikes, you need skilled, dependable professionals who can respond immediately to reduce damage, clean up thoroughly, and bring your home back to its original state. Trust the IICRC certified experts at Altra Dry for all your water damage restoration needs.

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IICRC Certified

Experience quality service with our IICRC certification that reflects our continuous commitment to industry-leading standards in professional cleaning and restoration services.

24/7 Availability

Our team of certified technicians is ready to assess damages and deploy the resources and expertise needed to restore your home to its pre-loss condition with efficiency and care.

Bill to Insurance

Enjoy peace of mind with our direct billing to insurance companies, ensuring a streamlined process as our team efficiently restores your home or business to its pre-loss condition.

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Water Damage Repair

Assess the Damage: Why a Restoration Company is Your Best Option

No one ever wants to experience damage to their home, but unfortunately, accidents happen. It’s important to know what to do when they do. When faced with damages, your first inclination may be to try and fix it yourself. However, that is rarely the best course of action. Home restoration projects are often complex, time-consuming, and expensive. The best option is almost always to call in a professional damage restoration company. 

We understand that damage from water can be a real pain for homeowners. But don’t worry, we’re here to help! Altra Dry is the best waterproofing and water damage restoration company in town. We have years of experience protecting and fixing homes that have been damaged by water.

Got a Question? We’re Here to Help

I called Sara after I came home to a water leak under my kitchen sink. And to my surprise she came over the that evening. And from that point on she was very professional and informative on the process with working with my insurance company. She had contractors and her workers come over to start the drying process and then demo and then onto the reconstruction to back to normal kitchen again. I couldn’t ask for a better company to help me through a very unnerving time. Thank you Altra Dry.

Philip Z.

F.A.Q.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does it take to restore a home after water damage?

Water damage repair varies by location and the materials involved. While each company might give you an estimate about how long it takes, it depends on the extent of the water damage. Water damage is both visible and invisible and there are a lot of different factors that affect restoration speed. Reach out to us right away and we can have a specialist begin restoration immediately before more damage occurs.

What is included in water damage restoration?

Whatever the cause of the damage, restoration and water damage repair normally involves a multi-step process: investigation and evaluation, water removal, drying and dehumidification, cleaning and disinfection, and ultimately, restoration and water damage repair.

Is it required to restore water damage?

Water damage can be the catalyst for a variety of major problems that can impair a structure, cause personal property damage, and pose serious health hazards to its residents. It is critical to begin drying water-damaged places and products within 24 to 48 hours to avoid the establishment of mold.

How long does it take for water damage to dry out?

It varies depending on various circumstances, but in general, areas exposed to water or moisture in your home should dry in around five days. Drying an area can take as little as two days or as long as several weeks.

What should you do if your ceiling is damaged by water?

To make cleanup easier lay down drop cloths to collect all debris. Wet drywall will disintegrate and should be rather straightforward to totally tear out. If it is only stained, you may simply take off the damaged area and replace it with new drywall.

Should you remove wet drywall?

When this occurs, you may wonder, “Does water-damaged drywall require replacement?” However, more frequently than not, water-damaged drywall will need to be replaced. Wet drywall will lose structural integrity and will generate mold spores between the insulation and the drywall if left alone for an extended period of time.