Wisconsin Water Damage Cleanup

Flood Cleanup and Water Damage Restoration Services in Wisconsin

Many home owners in Wisconsin suffer water damage every year. According to FEMA statistics, slightly more than 64 million dollars has been paid to Wisconsin flood insurance policy holders since 1978. This is just flood damage from those who have optional flood insurance. This is an average of approximately 12 million dollars per year in damages, caused by floods and water damage from such things as backed up sewer pipes and faulty plumbing. Needless to say this is a lot of damage. It does not matter what the source of the water damage was, be it from a flood, broken pipe, backed up sewers, leaking roof, moisture behind walls, foundation cracks, plumbing leaks, or bad weather, all water damage destroys the value of a property, and can cause dangers and health hazards.

Storm Damage Disasters – Broken and Frozen Pipes – Sewer Backups – Flash Floods

When dealing with water damage, cleanup and restoration needs to be done as soon as possible. Mold can grow after the first 48 hours of water damage. The longer water damage is allowed to continue unabated, the more damage results, as water damage gets worse over time. Besides dealing with the water that you can see, there is always water that you cannot see, such as water that has soaked into your foundation, walls, flooring and other building materials. Drywall and paneling can retain moisture that may not be visible to the naked eye, but trained experts can detect and remove this water. This water, if not extracted will further damage your property. A home or business is one of the biggest investments you will make in life. It only makes sense to call in a professional water damage, clean up and restoration company such as Fire Water and Storm Pros, to handle the crisis and get your home back to pre loss condition.

Emergency Dry Out – Water Removal – Cleanup and Repairs

The experts at Fire Water and Storm Pros know that no two cases of water damage are alike. Each class of water damage is determined by the likely rate of evaporation based on the type of materials the water is affecting. Low permeability building materials will be a class one rating, where as class four involves materials with low permanence as well but require special drying considerations such as concrete and plaster. The experts at Fire Water and Storm Pros of Wisconsin can quickly survey the water damage done and formulate a plan or restoration and clean up that will thoroughly remove all the water and damage, at the best possible price.

When hiring a water damage clean up and restoration company, you need to find a company who is reliable, experienced and trusty worthy. Fire Water and Storm Pros places a high priority on customer satisfaction. Fire Water and Storm Pros is also a FEMA approved contractor. We have been in the emergency water clean up and restoration business for over 20 years. It is our mission to not only restore peoples properties back to pre loss condition, but also restore peoples peace of mind. For our customers convenience we are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. We work with almost all major insurance carriers in Wisconsin, as well as offering direct billing. If you need help filing your claim, we can deal directly with your company from start to finish. You can count on WeS for professional basement cleanup and repair services, call us today to schedule services.

Water Damage Restoration and Flood Cleanup To These Wisconsin Cities

Appleton, Ashwaubenon, Bayside, Beaver Dam, Beloit, Bellevue, Brookfield, Caledonia, Cudahy, Eau Claire, De Pere, Fond Du LacFranklin, Fitchburg, Germantown, Green BayGreenfield, Howard, Janesville, Kaukauna,Kenosha, La Crosse, Madison, Manitowoc, Marshfield, Menomonee Falls, Menasha, Menomonie, Mequon, Middleton, Milwaukee, Mount Pleasant, Muskego, Neenah, New Berlin, Oconomowoc, Onalaska, Oshkosh, Pleasant Prairie, Racine, River Falls, Sheboygan, Stevens Point, Sun Prairie, Superior, Watertown, Wausau, WauwatosaWaukesha, West Allis, West Bend, Wisconsin Rapids

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