ASRWWA Restorations, your go-to solution for fire, water, and smoke damage and mold remediation, offers unparalleled expertise and swift, effective restoration services. Our dedicated team is equipped with cutting-edge technology, ensuring rapid response and comprehensive restoration tailored to your unique needs.
Beyond the physical repair, we provide meticulous assistance with insurance claims, making the process as stress-free as possible. As a local business, we value our community and work tirelessly to restore more than just property - we restore peace of mind. Trust ASRWWA Restorations; your well-being is our top priority.
Water Damage Restoration
Water damage restoration is a specialized process that includes the inspection, water extraction, drying, cleaning, and restoration of properties affected by water intrusion, with an aim to bring them back to their original, pre-damage state. Listed below are the 6 typical steps involved in water damage restoration.
- Inspection and Damage Assessment: This involves identifying the source of the water damage and the type of water involved, then forming an effective restoration plan.
- Water Extraction: Using professional-grade equipment, the company removes all standing and absorbed water from the property.
- Drying and Dehumidification: This step eliminates remaining moisture in the property to prevent mold and mildew growth. Specialized equipment like dehumidifiers and air movers are used.
- Cleaning and Sanitizing: The affected areas and items are cleaned, sanitized, and deodorized to prevent bacterial and mold growth.
- Restoration: This final step involves repairing and restoring the property to its pre-water damage condition. It may include minor fixes, such as repainting and installing new carpet, or major repairs like rebuilding entire areas.
- Documentation: Throughout the process, the company documents the extent of the damage and the restoration work for insurance purposes.
The duration of the water damage restoration process can vary significantly depending on the extent and severity of the damage, but typically, it can range from a few days to a couple of weeks, ensuring all steps from water extraction to final restoration are diligently completed for optimal results.
The cost of water damage restoration can vary widely depending on the severity of the damage, the size of the affected area, and the necessary remediation procedures, but it typically ranges from a few hundred dollars for minor issues to several thousands of dollars for extensive damages. Listed below are the approximate average cost ranges of water damage restoration.
- Minor water damage repair: $500 to $1,500
- Moderate water damage repair: $1,500 to $7,000
- Major water damage repair: $7,000 to $20,000 or more
In the United States, standard homeowners insurance often covers certain types of water damage, such as sudden and accidental incidents like burst pipes or water damage from a firefighting effort; however, it typically does not cover damage due to lack of maintenance or from natural floods, for which separate flood insurance would be needed.
Fire Damage Restoration
Fire damage restoration is the comprehensive process of cleaning, repairing, and restoring properties affected by fire and smoke, along with mitigating damage caused by firefighting efforts, with the ultimate goal of returning the property to its pre-fire condition. Listed below are the 7 typical steps involved in fire damage restoration.
- Inspection and Fire Damage Assessment: The extent of the fire, soot, and smoke damage is assessed to develop an appropriate plan of action.
- Immediate Board-Up and Roof-Tarp Service: To prevent further damage, doors, windows, and damaged walls may be boarded up, and tarps may be placed on damaged roofs.
- Water Removal and Drying: If water damage is present due to firefighting efforts, it needs to be addressed immediately to prevent mold and mildew.
- Removal of Smoke and Soot from All Surfaces: Specialized equipment and techniques are used to remove smoke and soot from walls, ceilings, and other surfaces.
- Cleaning and Sanitizing: Professional cleaning treatments are used to clean and sanitize your home and belongings. Deodorization methods are also used to remove odors caused by smoke.
- Restoration: The final step is restoring your home or business to its pre-fire condition. This could involve minor repairs like painting and carpet replacement, or major repairs like reconstruction of rooms or areas.
- Documentation: Throughout the process, the restoration company should keep detailed records of the damage and repair efforts for insurance purposes.
The duration of the fire damage restoration process depends on the severity and extent of the damage, but it typically ranges from a few days for minor damages to several weeks or even months for extensive damages, ensuring a thorough cleaning, repair, and restoration of the property to its pre-fire condition.
The cost of fire damage restoration can fluctuate significantly based on the extent of the damage, the size of the area affected, and the remediation techniques required, generally ranging from a few thousand dollars for minor repairs to tens of thousands of dollars for major restorations. Listed below are the approximate average cost ranges of fire damage restoration.
- Minor fire damage repair: $3,000 to $5,000
- Moderate fire damage repair: $5,000 to $30,000
- Major fire damage repair: $30,000 to $100,000 or more
In the United States, fire damage is typically covered by standard homeowners insurance, which generally includes coverage for the structure of the home, personal belongings, and additional living expenses incurred due to displacement from the home while repairs are made.
Smoke Damage Restoration
Smoke damage restoration refers to the specialized process that involves cleaning, deodorizing, and restoring properties and belongings affected by smoke and soot following a fire, with the goal to restore the premises to a healthy, pre-damage condition. Listed below are the 7 typical steps involved in smoke damage restoration.
- Inspection and Assessment: The process starts with a comprehensive inspection to determine the extent of the smoke and soot damage, and to develop an appropriate plan of action.
- Board-Up and Roof-Tarp Service: If necessary, windows, walls, and roofs are secured to protect the property from further damage.
- Water Removal and Drying: If water damage is present due to firefighting efforts, water is extracted and drying techniques are used to remove moisture.
- Smoke and Soot Removal: Using specialized techniques and equipment, smoke and soot are removed from ceilings, walls, and other surfaces.
- Cleaning and Sanitizing: The property and belongings are cleaned and sanitized. Deodorization techniques are also used to remove smoke odors.
- Restoration: The final step is restoring items and structures to their pre-smoke damage condition. This may involve minor repairs like painting and carpet replacement, or major repairs like the reconstruction of certain areas.
- Documentation: Throughout the process, detailed records of the damage and the restoration efforts are kept for insurance purposes.
The time required for smoke damage restoration can widely vary depending on the extent of the smoke and soot damage and the size of the affected area, typically ranging from a few days for minor instances to several weeks for more comprehensive clean-up and restoration tasks.
The cost of smoke damage restoration depends on numerous factors including the extent of the smoke damage, the square footage of the affected area, and the required cleaning and restoration techniques, generally ranging from several hundreds to thousands of dollars. Listed below are the approximate average cost ranges of smoke damage restoration.
- Minor smoke damage repair: $500 to $1,500
- Moderate smoke damage repair: $1,500 to $4,000
- Major smoke damage repair: $4,000 to $20,000 or more
In the United States, standard homeowners insurance policies usually cover smoke damage as it is commonly considered a subset of fire damage, thus providing protection for the structure of the home and personal belongings affected by smoke and soot.
Mold remediation is the expert process of identifying, containing, and eradicating mold from indoor environments to enhance air quality and inhibit future mold growth. Listed below are the 8 typical steps involved in mold remediation.
- Initial Assessment: Conduct a thorough inspection to identify the extent of mold contamination and affected areas.
- Containment: Seal off the contaminated area using plastic sheeting and tape to prevent the spread of mold spores.
- Air Filtration: Utilize HEPA filters and air scrubbers to capture and remove airborne mold spores from the environment.
- Removal of Mold-Infested Materials: Safely discard porous materials like drywall and carpeting that cannot be cleaned and disinfected.
- Cleaning and Disinfecting: Scrub non-porous surfaces using specialized mold cleaners or a mixture of detergent and water, followed by disinfection with an EPA-approved antimicrobial solution.
- Drying: Employ dehumidifiers and fans to thoroughly dry the area, discouraging future mold growth.
- Restoration: Replace removed materials like drywall and carpet, and repaint surfaces to restore the area to its original condition.
- Documentation: Throughout the process, detailed records of the mold removal and restoration process are kept for insurance purposes.
The duration of mold remediation and restoration varies depending on the extent of mold contamination, size of the affected area, and the materials involved, but generally, the process can take anywhere from one day for minor issues to several weeks for more extensive cases, ensuring a thorough and effective removal of mold to improve indoor air quality.
The cost of mold remediation and restoration varies widely based on factors such as the size of the affected area, the extent of mold contamination, and the materials that need replacement or treatment, but prices can range from a few hundred dollars for minor cases to several thousand dollars for larger, more complex projects, making it essential to obtain a detailed estimate for an accurate budget. Listed below are the approximate average cost ranges of mold remediation.
- Minor mold remediation: $500 to $1,500 (less than 10 square feet)
- Moderate mold remediation: $1,500 and $3,500 (up to 100 square feet)
- Major mold remediation: $3,500 to $7,500 and upwards (over 100 square feet)
Insurance coverage for mold remediation in the USA depends on the policy and the cause of the mold growth; some homeowner's insurance policies may cover mold removal if it's a result of a "covered peril" like a burst pipe, while others may exclude mold coverage altogether, making it crucial to consult your insurance policy and speak with your insurance agent to determine eligibility and extent of coverage.
Listed below are the service areas covered by ASRWWA Restorations.