24/7 Water Damage Flood Service in Idaho Falls
Unfortunately, flood damage restoration is a reality, living and working in Idaho Falls. Whether from freezing temps, heavy rains, or merely the product of hot water heating units or bathroom pipes gone bad, water damage happens. But when flooding does occur, our flood damage experts are ready to help. It’s an emotional occasion that can cause a lot of strain and unfortunately dealing with the insurance plan provider can only complicate concerns.
Luckily, our Idaho Falls flood damage restoration team is insurance coverage approved and can manage the unpleasant claims process! Our emphasis is on making it as effortless for you as possible on you. Our Disaster Restoration water removal teams only use state-of-the-art equipment and are properly trained to deal with even the worst Idaho Falls flood damage issues.
3 Categories exist for flood damage water that we use to determine what type of drying will be done:
Category 1 Water – Refers to a source of water that does not pose a substantial threat to humans and is classified as “clean water”. Examples are broken water supply lines, tub or sink overflows, or appliance malfunctions that involve water supply lines.
Category 2 Water – Known as “grey water”. Refers to a source of water that has a significant degree of chemical, biological or physical contaminants and causes discomfort or sickness when exposed or even consumed. This type carries microorganisms and nutrients of microorganisms. Examples are toilet bowls with urine (no feces), sump pump failures, seepage due to hydrostatic failure, and water discharge from dishwashers or washing machines.
Category 3 Water – Known as “black water” is grossly unsanitary. This water contains unsanitary agents, harmful bacteria, and fungi, causing severe discomfort or sickness. Type 3 category is contaminated water sources that affect the indoor environment. This group includes water sources from sewage, seawater, rising water from rivers or streams, ground surface water, or standing water.