Water mitigation is the process of reducing or preventing the amount of water damage that happens after a flood, burst pipes, or damage from various water-related reasons. By taking immediate action, further damage can be avoided. PWR restoration can restore property damaged by water to its previous state. We serve both residential and commercial buildings. At PWR, we pride ourselves on offering an exemplary level of service.
When we reach your premises, one of our experts will immediately perform a quick and professional report to compile a comprehensive assessment. At PWR, our primary focus is making your experience as positive and as seamless as possible as you undergo an unexpected and tragic occurrence. Our proven track record and quick response time also makes us one of the best fire & smoke damage restoration teams on the market from coast to coast.
Mold can grow in air conditioning ducts, damp wood, refrigerator filters, and anywhere there is water damage. Water leaks and/or water damage can easily cause mold growth underneath flooring, within a crawlspace, or inside a wall. Mold spreads easily by releasing tiny almost invisible spores that float freely in the air potentially causing serious health hazards. Even if you can’t see mold or smell mold, it can cause health issues. If you are experiencing symptoms such as sinus problems (congestion and a post-nasal drip), cough, headaches, irritated, itchy eyes or skin irritation, you may have a mold issue. Depending on the severity of the mold, the growth rate, and exposure, mold can cause more serious long-term health problems. This is especially true if the person is susceptible and sensitive to molds.
We are trained and certified to complete mold remediation and removal services safely and effectively. At PWR, we take every measure to ensure that any mold we see is first treated and contained as well as properly removed and destroyed so as to prevent any cross-contamination. Our experts wear protective equipment at all times during the process and monitor airflow to prevent the spread of spores to other areas of the building or property.