Over time, water damage progressively worsens. To offset this damage quick response time is of the essence. Phoenix water extraction services offers comprehensive coverage for post-flood, post-leak and post-humidity cases. By using high-powered equipment, Zona Restoration can help turn your water damaged property to its original state.

Before the Extraction: Preparation and Damage Management

It’s essential that we get the water shut off right away. Your home’s water supply is located outside, in your home’s water maintenance line. If you’re not sure how to shut off your water, give us a call, we’d be happy to help walk you through it, 480-656-3999.

Next, shut off the electricity (if necessary). Turn off exposed electronics, and make sure any power outlets are away from standing water. The area should be totally safe from electrical currents. Making sure the area is safe from any dangers is a primary concern. If you need assistance turning off the water or power call us at 480-656-3999 and one of our staff members will help assist you. We don’t want anyone to get hurt.

Water Damage Inspection

Zona Restoration technicians can begin the water extraction process immediately, but they need to determine the amount of present water, first. While on site, we will walk the property to help determine all affected areas. This part is key to a successful water restoration. It’s important that both sides of every saturated wall is inspected. Typically, if water has damaged one side of the wall, the other side will be wet as well.

How is Excess Water Located?

Zona Restoration technicians use hygrometers, moisture meters, thermal imaging cameras and other meters to determine the extent of an area’s moisture saturation. This equipment can be used to find “hidden” water behind a properties ceilings, walls and flooring.

How is Excess Water Extracted?

Depending on the severity, powerful submersible pumps and weighted extraction equipment can be utilized to remove water damage, from any area. By inspecting the areas and acting quickly your technicians can help prevent secondary water damage, bacterial growth and mold growth.

Once all standing water, raw sewage and other materials are removed, drying equipment can be utilized to assist in removing excess water from framing and other building materials. This drying equipment will be positioned throughout the damaged areas in your home or office over several days to bring saturated materials to their pre-loss condition.  

Can Personal Belongings be Salvaged?

Standing water can be devastating to personal property, and it’s important to remove it as quickly as possible. Zona Restoration technicians can help assist with moving any items that may be located in the affected areas. The quicker these items can be moved, the higher probability we will have at restoring them. Even if your contents are damaged our trained staff may still be able to repair them.

What Causes Excess Water?

While standing water can come from a flood, heavy rainfall or broken water lines, it can also appear due to in-home malfunctions. Typically, malfunctioning appliances or pipes can create overflows. Common culprits are toilets, refrigerators and water heaters. Pipes or sewage lines can burst, too, creating sewage backups and flooding.

Additionally, roof leaks and flooded basements, can cause excess water. If you’re experiencing any of these issues, contact Zona Restoration immediately. The longer you wait, the worse it can get, when standing water is involved. If water is extracted quickly, a home’s furniture, carpet and building materials may be salvaged. Costs can be greatly reduced, and a home’s integrity can be maintained.

How Long Does the Extraction Process Take?

A typical water restoration can be completed between 3-5 days, but all projects may vary slightly, on a case-to-case basis. We can help give you a general overview before we begin the dry out process, so you’re comfortable with the anticipated restoration timeline.

Contact Zona Restoration today at 480-656-3999, and protect your home or office from further water damage.