Water Damage Pearl
Taking on the various challenges that spring up from a pipe burst, water heater failure, or even a flooding situation requires total professionalism and this is why 911 Restoration Central Mississippi owner Richard Lee Sims, and his water damage Pearl team are fully licensed, insured, and bonded to handle anything.
Richard and his water damage Pearl professionals are well aware that the best way to mitigate the losses experienced during a water invasion is to be at the site early and this is why they can arrive within 45 minutes of the call they get for help.
“My crew and I always try to get to the site of a water damage incident immediately so that we can prevent the damages from growing,” Richard states. “This is why we are staffed all day and night to take such emergency calls.”
In addition to being at the scene immediately, Richard and the water damage Pearl team are also available 24/7/365 to take care of any restoration concern you may have.
So if your home is already amid a flooding crisis and you want the best there is to make your home like new again, then don’t wait another minute to contact Richard and the water damage Pearl team with 911 Restoration Central Mississippi today!
Preventing Water Damage Requires Simple Maintenance
When it comes to alleviating the challenges that a water damage event can inspire, there is no one more qualified and ready than Richard and the water damage Pearl crew with 911 Restoration Central Mississippi, but they are also highly praised for their ability to help people prevent such incidents in the first place too.
“Every day my staff and I take calls from home and business owners who are only trying to learn what they can do to keep their property safe from the weather and water damage,” Richard explains. “So we made a great list of all the things that people can do to keep their property safe no matter what storms roll in.”
- Trim the trees around your property so that if there are any dead limbs overhanding your home that they don’t crack, snap off, and fall into your roof unexpectedly. This can lead to huge amounts of water damage when you’re least prepared for it.
- Make sure to check the hoses, rubber fittings and connectors that link up your water-based appliances to the main line. These can experience wear and tear and eventually fail.
- Let a restoration expert or plumbing professional come and inspect your whole system at least once every few years. This will ensure that if there are any small obstructions that they don’t grow to become large ones when you aren’t prepared for a pipe burst.
- Point the discharge from your gutters and downspouts away from your foundation by at least five feet to prevent submerging your lower layers and liquefaction effects in your foundation.
“This is an awesome list of many top ways that water damage can find its way into a home, and the associated maintenance methods for prevention,” Richard says. “But there are plenty of other things that people can do to protect their property, and if they want to more, they can always call and ask.”
If your home is already experiencing the effects of water damage from a pipe burst, water heater loss or any other means, then contact Richard and the water damage Pearl team with 911 Restoration Central Mississippi today!
Water Damage Results From Home DIY Project
Many times Richard and his water damage Pearl team encounter projects that are half finished because they get called out to fix a water damage invasion when a homeowner is mid-way through a DIY project of their own.
“We get calls regularly from people who accidentally cut through their water line and cause damage to their carpets or floors,” Richard admits. “So we try to help them through it, and then we come out and fix everything if they have done enough damage.”
Recently Richard and his team encountered a home DIY project where the homeowner had put a screw through the water line that connected their washing machine to the main.
“There was water everywhere, but we took care of the main line, and stopped the issue before it expanded to other rooms,” Richard states. “Then we did a total dry out of the home, and gave them back the project to finish because that is what they wanted to do. They were very Do-it-yourself oriented, and so we just provided advice after we took care to make sure no mold would grow.”
If your home is already amid a flooding incident from a home DIY project gone wrong, then don’t wait another minute to contact Richard and the water damage Pearl team with 911 Restoration Central Mississippi and let the experts help with everything today!