When a destructive incident occurs on your property, it can be devastating. Floods, fire, and storm damage, sewage overflow, and mold infestation are some of the most common ways for damage to occur in your home or business, and each of these issues carries with it a host of complications that can lead to further damage if left untreated. Often it takes one incident to cause a domino effect scenario where one type of damage leads to another, such as an extinguished fire leading to a combination of smoke and water damage, which can then lead to mold contamination. At all stages, professional assessment is needed, both for treatment of existing problems and prevention of future ones. That’s where M.D. Restoration Services comes in. Our IICRC certified team is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to make sure that the absolute minimum level of continuing property damage occurs. Our service professionals are trained to take the necessary steps to help your home or business return to its original pre-incident condition.
Water damage is often considered to be the most likely type of damage that will happen to your property. Whether it comes in the form of a cataclysmic flood, or a slowly leaking pipe, or even just an increase in humidity or condensation in the walls—chances are, you’re going to have to face this problem eventually. The effects of water damage can be varied: warped floors, stained and swollen drywall, ruined paint, and hazardous mold, just to name a few. Untreated water damage can cause wood to swell and rot, and ruin upholstery and carpeting, and mold can cause unpleasant odors and even more serious health risks. Some people are more sensitive to mold spores than others, and breathing the spores for extended periods of time can cause asthma attacks, along with a wide range of allergy-related symptoms. Mold removal needs to be handled by the experts. At M.D. Restoration Services we know how vital it is to deal with the source of excess moisture quickly and completely. The sooner you alert our team, the less damaging your water problem will be.
Anyone who has experienced fire damage knows how devastating and overwhelming it can be to deal with the aftermath. There’s the soot and smoke, along with the possibility of other even more hazardous chemicals released during the combustion process. Odors linger, and the smell of smoke can get into everything—upholstery, carpeting, curtains, even in the air spaces between the walls. Soot and smoke residue combine with the water and foam that firefighters use to extinguish the flames, and the resulting mess can be very resistant to cleaning. This is not a mess that anyone should have to tackle alone. Give M.D. Restoration Services a call, and we will put our training to work for you. We have the tools, the experience, and the continually evolving education to make sure that we do the best job available anywhere.
A big storm is another one of those things that can cause all sorts of different damage to your property—everything from water damage, to seeping water from snowy rooftops, to fires caused by lightning strikes or overturned candles in the event of power outages. Any way you look at it, flooding can cause trouble for property owners. At M.D. Restoration Services we have combined decades of experience in the area to go along with our training and ability to evaluate each situation and respond with the appropriate measures to rebuild and restore your property.
One of the main effects of a nasty storm is an excess of water, which can take the form of floods, and even cause problems with the drainage and sewage cleanup. There are few things more dangerous to a home or business than the introduction of Category 3 “black water” sewage. The IICRC classifies sewage backup as Category 3, which means it is considered “highly contaminated” and could cause death or serious illness if consumed by humans. Under no circumstances is it safe for an untrained person to attempt to mitigate the damage caused by a Category 3 spill. Whenever you encounter water that you suspect may be contaminated—and this includes rising flood water from rivers and streams as well as rising ground water, and sewage. Ground water can carry silt and soil contaminants that may not be apparent to the naked eye, and should be regarded as dangerous until tested by a professional at M.D. Restoration Services , to ensure both your own safety and the safety of those in and around your home or business. Our service providers have been given necessary training to protect themselves, and dispose of the threat safely and efficiently, sanitizing and restoring your home until a full recovery to its original state has been achieved.
In any case where damage has occurred on your property, time is of the essence. We at M.D. Restoration Services are here to help you. The faster you contact us, the more likely it is that we will be able to help your home or business back to its original condition. Our staff is IICRC Certified, which means that we possess the best possible training to safely and completely deal with multiple types of damage and restoration. Whether the damage has been caused by fire or flood damage, smoke, mold, sewage, storm, or any combination of those things, we will respond quickly and courteously, ensuring the highest level of customer satisfaction possible. No other local company offers the same level of professional restoration experience, and we guarantee your complete satisfaction with our restoration.
Remember, in most cases, the severity of a problem grows in direct proportion to how quickly an expert can assess and respond. Don’t wait, contact M.D. Restoration Services at or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a free estimate.
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