North Dakota Flooded Basement Cleanup

North Dakota Flooded Basement Drying and Cleanup Services

Basement flooding happens everywhere, including North Dakota. No one ever wants to deal with the mess, the damage, the odor, or the hassle that a basement flood entails. Trying to do it yourself often times causes more damage and hassle, and most people lack the tools and equipment needed to get the job done right. You cannot realy shop vac the water up nor can you mop the water up effectively. Then there is the matter of drying out your basement to prevent mold and further water damage to your properties building materials. You need to get the water extracted rapidly as well as the water and moisture rapidly dried up. Water damage also increases with every hour that passes, as water will soak into every single pore in every material that it comes into contact with, destroying it from the inside out. The sooner you deal with your basement flood and resulting water damage, the easier it will be to clean up and the less damage result, saving you money in the long run.

The experts at Fire Water and Storm Pros can quickly extract the standing water from your basement flood and deploy special equipment to rapidly dry out your home or business with minimal disruption to you or your property. We have over 30 years of extensive experience with water damage and flooded basement clean ups. We are able, ready and willing to respond to your flood emergency 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year and we can arrive at your property in under an hour in most cases. Our certified IICRC technicians are experts cleaning up flooded basements and repairing water damaged building materials. We carry the most advanced equipment in the business, including Injectidry and TES drying systems designed to quickly extract your standing water and then thoroughly dry out your property quickly and efficiently to prevent further damage and property loss. It is our goal to not only repair damage that has already occurred but also to prevent further damage. Not only can we repair your water damaged building materials but we can also repair your water damaged personal possessions such as documents, photos, electronics, carpeting, furniture and family heirlooms at our large off site contents restoration facility. If you decide to have us repair and restore your water damaged personal possessions know that we will treat your possessions with the utmost respect and care, as if they were our own.

EMERGENCY WATER REMOVAL AND DEHUMIDIFICATION SERVICES

All of our water damage and flood clean up technicians are fully IICRC certified. We are a FEMA approved contractor due to our extensive experience with water damage and our proven track record of results and complete customer satisfaction. Customer satisfaction is our number one goal at Fire Water and Storm Pros. We work for you and we want you to be 100% satisfied with our work. We have a proven track record of customer satisfaction as evident by our A rating with the Better Business Bureau. We are also fully licensed, bonded and insured and we are fully complaint with all local building codes and ordinances. We also have a best price guarantee, we want to help you without bankrupting you in the process and we guarantee we have the best price for our service. We will gladly work with your flood insurance claim or offer direct billing at your preference. Once you have signed off on the work we will begin to extract your standing water with truck mounted or portable water extraction units, then we will employ our Tes Drying system to rapidly dry out your home or business. Once the water is extracted and your property thoroughly dried out we will begin any necessary repairs. Lastly we will employ odor control should any odors remain from the flood and sanitize the area to remove any bacteria that flood water often leaves behind. If you have been the victim of a flood in North Dakota, call the experts at Fire Water and Storm Pros today for an estimate.

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