Last Updated: 07/15/2020
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In the event of a fire in a home, Madison home insurance exists to help the home owners deal with the tragedy of losing personal property and memorabilia that can never be replaced. When a fire occurs, there is most times water damage along with fire damage due to:
- Efforts of firemen to put out the blaze at the location by using water hoses from the fire truck
- Water pipes that have become busted and broken as a result of being exposed to high temperatures from the fire.
- The damage that results usually falls in the category of Madison home insurance water damage, and would typically be covered under a home insurance policy.
When home insurance water damage occurs, there is usually a situation where the restoration team will end up cleaning mold. Mold is an almost pre-determined side effect or result of home insurance water damage, whether or not it is related to a fire. So just what constitutes a restoration project for water damage?
Flood Damage Services in Madison Nj
Put big objects a couple of inches away from the interior of exterior walls to improve air circulation. Set up and use extractor fans in bathrooms, kitchens, and wash rooms. Ventilate and insulate the attic and crawlspaces. Use thick plastic to cover earth floors in crawlspaces. Clean and dry water damaged carpets, articles of clothing, bedclothes, and upholstered furniture within twenty-four to forty-eight hours, or think about getting rid of and replacing damaged furnishings. Vacuum and clean your household on a regular basis to remove mold spores. Check out your windows for signs of condensation and water droplets. Wipe it away immediately so that mold cannot start to develop. If you adopt the advice above, you will quickly be able to curb water damage mold in your house, and make it a safer, healthier place to live. You know you have mold whenever you are able to smell the "fusty" odor or see small black or white tinges on your damp bathroom or basement walls. Some mold is concealed behind wall coatings or ceiling tiles. Even dry, dead mold can be bad for your health, so always take precautions when you suspect mold.
For most home owners, water damage is a more likely event than a fire disaster. Remove water as soon as possible with mops, old cloths and towels. Clean water from wood surfaces to avoid warping. Wrap aluminum foil on furniture legs as a barrier between the water and the furniture. Air out the property during winter by opening windows. Remove valuables and store in safe place. Send water damaged personal items to a professional restoration facility. Remove wet area rugs, books and magazines from floor so they do not bleed and stain; spread out books and magazines for even drying. Blot wet carpet with clean white towels. Raise wet draperies off wet carpet. Make holes in wet sagging ceiling to reduce trapped water pressure and collect water in buckets placed under the holes created. Removing water from your home after a flood from a natural disaster, overflowing toilet or burst pipe is extremely important to prevent mold and mildew from developing and spreading. If the damage is severe, call a flood clean up restoration company to remove the water, dry the premises, check for mold damage and repair, rebuild or reconstruct the property.
Water Damage Cleanup And Restoration in Madison Nj
To save some time, here are answers to some of our most frequently asked questions:
How Do I Receive An Estimate?
We provide Madison estimates for our customers after our certified associates have conducted a rigorous assessment to determine the extent of the damage. Our onsite associate is equipped to accurately predict what services need to be performed to stop any more damage from occurring, and, to alleviate any damage that took place during the emergency. After this assessment has been finalized, we will provide an estimate for the entire amount of work that needs to be done to return your property to its previous condition.
Do We Test For Mold?
Absolutely. Mold can be very harmful to the structural integrity of your property. It can also be very hazardous to the health of you family. Our professionals will conduct a thorough examination in the aftermath of your emergency to determine if there is any mold present. If there is, we will include the cost of removal into the quote.
Should I Call My Madison Insurance Company Before Contacting A Restoration Company?
Yes. Although, you are not required to use the restoration company that your insurance provider recommends. You have the right to choose whichever restoration company you want. It is best to contact your insurance provider, and, speak with your agent regarding your policy and options before contacting us.
What Is A Deductible?
The deductible is the amount of money you owe the restoration company after your insurance company has paid their share (in accordance with your policy).
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