Why choose Water Damage Rescue as your Los Angeles water cleanup company?
- We Work With Your Insurance Company
- Quick Response Time
- Available 24/7
- Talk To A Live Person!
- Financing Available
- Fully Licensed & Insured
Thank you for choosing Water Damage Rescue, Inc. for water removal and to help you with restoring your property.
We are sorry for your misfortune and promise to do our best to complete our water damage restoration carefully and quickly, with as little inconvenience to you as possible.
Some of the information on this website will help you understand more of the water extraction and restoration process, please go over it.
Water Cleanup & Restoration Process
We come in and extract the water from the structure or business. Then we dry down the structure, or building. Once it is dry we will clean it up and fix it. We take care of all of the contents that are in the building. We do content restoration as well as protection and moving. It usually takes us a couple of days to fully do the job, but every job is different.
We do all the repairs needed for any type of water damage Los Angeles CA, including broken, frozen and leaky pipes, leaky air conditioning units, toilet and sink overflow, appliances such as dishwasher, water heater, and washing machine malfunction, as well as storm damage. We also do complete carpet and hardwood floor drying in your home or basement. We can do sewage damage cleanup and sewer removal as well.
Once the building is dry, we do all of the construction. We will do the drywall repair, painting, flooring replacements, and any other repair that needs to be done.
We will also do all of the cleanup, repairs and content restoration for fire damaged homes. Once we repair all the damages we inspect everything and get permits to make sure its correct.
We will get the inspector to come out so that the customer doesn’t have to deal with that.
We also work with all the insurance companies. We work with an insurance company program. We go to the job and bill the insurance company for the emergency service, and not the customer.