For emergency flood restoration call 604-240-7787

Hi everyone, at Carpeteer, we receive emergency 24/7 flood calls and we turn around all types of restoration situations. There's often some immediate steps you can take to mitigate the damages.

1. Turn your water off

First step in flood restoration is to stop the source of the flooding for obvious reasons. 

If your water heater is electric make sure to turn off your power to it. If your water heater is gas make sure to turn off the gas valve. 

 

2. Move all items out of the area which has flooded 

Many times we've had calls where wedding photos and belongings are still soaking in the area of the flood. Once a restoration company arrives all items will have to be removed from the area in order to extract the water. It's best if this is done by the tenants as soon as possible to allow the restoration process to start taking place. If you have insurance then you may be able to take advantage of content workers who will move all your items for you.

  

3. Call The Carpeteer or another trusted flood restoration company  

there's so many different scenarios of what will happen next. Sometimes water is contaminated, sometimes it's not. Sometimes areas of drywall needs to be removed as well as the insulation. The Carpeteer will be happy to help with next steps including navigating contacting your insurance providers. 

 

 Turn the power to the hot water tank off if the hot water tank is the source of the leak

Turn the power to the hot water tank off if the hot water tank is the source of the leak

 Turn off the water valve to the hot water tank  

Turn off the water valve to the hot water tank  

There are many different situations but there's nothing Carpeteer hasn't experienced. Reach out anytime if we can help! 

info@carpeteer.com

604-240-7787

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