At Disaster Blaster, we restore your life, not just your home™. Whether you experience a pipe break, roof leak, appliance failure, or anything in between, our Disaster Blaster offices are here to help you navigate your insurance claim, complete necessary drying and water mitigation services, and complete the necessary repairs to ensure that your claim is quickly a memory.
Our experienced personnel are here every step of the way to answer questions, monitor drying, and review your claim with your insurance company. Whether your water damage is a small roof leak, or a large pipe break, Disaster Blaster is here to help!
Water Damage can happen at any time, so you need a team that’s always ready. At Disaster Blaster we have experienced Water Damage Mitigation specialists available 24/7, so we’re always here when you need us!
Disaster Blaster technicians, estimators, and managers are specially trained to address the needs of your water damage. Using advanced moisture detection equipment, we trace the path of the water, determine what materials are wet, and we immediately put in motion a plan to get everything dry!
We understand that water damage is a stressful thing and we are here to help. Our skilled team works with your insurance company to address emergency response needs and review needed repairs!
Disaster Blaster understands insurance claims and will be able to document damages and prepare the necessary paperwork for your insurance company so that you don’t have to.
Whether we discover mold that has already begun to develop or Asbestos building materials that are affected by the water damage, Disaster Blaster offers more services and more ways to help!
Whether a result of a burst pipe or a roof leak, water damage can be significant. It’s our job to prevent further damage from occurring and to properly dry out your home as quickly as possible. Left unchecked, water damage can worsen over time, leading to structural damage and even mold growth!
At Disaster Blaster, we recognize the damage that water can cause, and know how to stop it in its tracks. When you experience water damage, call the experts at Disaster Blaster!
Water in the indoor environment will continue to move, often undetected, from wet areas to dry areas. As a result, the longer mitigation services are delayed, the more damage is occurring.
Disaster Blaster recognizes the fact that water will wick from carpet to pad to subfloor, as well as into wall cavities, structural components, and other rooms. This is why Disaster Blaster utilizes specialized moisture detection equipment to check for and track moisture in building materials. In this way, Disaster Blaster is able to respond to, evaluate, and effectively mitigate any water damage situation.
No. Your insurance company recognizes the importance of quick response to water damage and the impact this has on overall claim costs. As a result, insurance companies want their customers to begin the drying process immediately.
Professional Water Damage Mitigation companies will understand this process and be able to provide your insurance company with the necessary billing documentation after the drying process is completed. Learn more about Why a Water Damage Mitigation Company can’t provide accurate estimates.
Disaster Blaster works with all Insurance Companies to ensure that your home is restored to pre-loss condition as quickly as possible. While we do work directly for you, we work in partnership with your insurance company throughout the process.
Water Mitigation and Drying goes well beyond ripping out some wet materials. A qualified water mitigation firm will diligently trace the path of moisture, ensuring a dry and safe living environment for you and your family. Through a thorough process and using specialized equipment, Disaster Blaster will work with you and your insurance company to ensure that the necessary work is completed quickly and effectively.
Disaster Blaster experts have unique training and equipment to ensure that your home is dried properly following a water damage event.
Take pictures of all the water damage to your home and contents, and keep a list of anything that has to be disposed of
In an effort to prevent further damage, turn off the water immediately
The longer water sits, the more damage it can do, so it’s important to mop up as much as you can.
When safe to do so, turn off power to the area of your home affected by water damage.
To prevent damage to contents and carpeting, try to move furniture away from the damaged area if possible.
Standard vacuum cleaners are not designed to suck up water. Always use wet vacs intended for use with and around water.
The longer you wait to begin the water damage mitigation process, the greater the chances for additional damage and mold growth.
Mold spores can be spread around by air movement, so it’s recommended not to use fans if mold is present.
Completing repairs before everything is dry can lead to mold and other issues.
What ‘feels dry’ often isn’t dry. This is why Disaster Blaster Pros use specialized equipment to monitor drying on every Water Damage.
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