At Kiser Construction, our certified contractors follow a fairly set process when restoring your home from water damage. By following this process, our restoration experts ensure every base is covered, so your home and family are protected from any damages or health issues.

Our licensed contractors are certified with the Institution of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) to inspect and repair homes and other properties from water damage. Because of the associated health risks, it is highly encouraged that you seek professional work to remedy the situation.

Here is Kiser’s water damage restoration process!

1. Inspect Your Home or Property

With over 99% of U.S. counties affected by flooding, it is critical that you contact a restoration company if you notice water damage at your home or property. Acting quickly is necessary to prevent mold formation.

As soon as you call us, we will arrive on-site to inspect your property, where we will quickly assess the property to find heavily damaged or dangerous areas.

Common areas of damage can include:

●        Electrical equipment

●        Any printed material

●        Furniture items

●        Flooring

●        Items of sentimental value

One factor that will determine if an item can be salvaged is whether it is contaminated or clean. If you are dealing with materials like wood, paper, and fabrics, these are going to be more prone to take on water and increase the risk of mold.

The other consideration is how long the items have been wet, because the longer the article is soaked, the deeper the water penetration will go, making it more challenging to restore.

If we believe the water has made certain areas too dangerous to access, we will block them off so no one is injured. From there, we will create a plan to restore your property and speak with your insurance company to help you file your claim. We will act as your advocate through the process and will do what we can to help you recover.