Water Damage Warner Robins
First Response Services is your local, Warner Robins, Georgia water damage restoration company.
Understanding the water damage restoration process is often an anomaly for the average homeowner. Hiring a professional water damage restoration company is crucial when there is a water loss in your Warner Robins property. If water damages are not properly remediated, the damages will grow exponentially leading to structural damages, cosmetic damages, and toxic mold growth. First Response Services has years of experience in the water damage restoration industry and has tackled some of the toughest and damages. We offer 24/7 emergency water damage restoration services to all of our Warner Robins customers to ensure the damages are remediated quickly and efficiently.
24/7 Water Extraction & Restoration Services
When faced with water damage, it’s important to extract the water and begin the restoration process as quickly as possible. A ⅛ inch crack in a pipe alone can flood your property with over 250 gallons of water in just one day. If the water is left untreated for an extended period of time, it can lead to secondary damages, such as mold growth. Our water extraction and restoration process begin with an initial inspection of the damages. From there our certified water damage technicians will extract all of the water from the property, they will remove all affected contents. Once the water and contaminated contents (drywall, baseboards, carpet, etc.) have been removed, the technicians will begin drying and dehumidifying the affected areas using industrial air moved and dehumidifiers. When the affected areas are fully dried and the humidity levels are low, the technicians will clean all affected are surrounding areas. The cleaning process may be extended if the water loss included sewage water. Once the property is cleaned and disinfected, the team will restore any contents that were removed or damaged.
24/7 Emergency Water Damage Services
4 Classes Of Water Loss
Class one water loss only affects a portion of a room and a minimal amount of water has been absorbed. Class one water loss contains the least amount of damages.
Class two water loss affects the entire room. The flooring has begun to absorb the water. Additionally, the seepage up the walls is less than 24-inches.
Class three water loss is usually the result of an overhead leak that completely saturates ceilings, walls, carpets, sub-flooring, and insulation. Class 3 water losses are categorized as the worst type of water loss.
Class 4 losses involve materials with love porosity and require special drying precautions. Class 4 water losses typically include hardwood floors, brick, concrete, stones, subspaces, and crawl spaces.
Warner Robins, Georgia
Warner Robins is centrally located within a 150-mile radius between the blue ridge mountains and the Georgia coast. Today, over 62,000 Georgia citizens reside in Warner Robins and enjoy modern amenities in the small town. The city is most known for the booming retail industry. The city is home to more than 1,000 different retail stores and brings in shoppers from all over central Georgia.