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Water Damage


We assess the extent of the water damage

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Microbial Growth (Mold)


We stop microbial growth before it can come to life

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Insurance Claims


We give you knowledge to make an informed decision

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Why ?

In today’s highly connected world, consumers have more choices than ever for almost any product or service on the market. These choices are also widely available in the Restoration and Remediation Industry. No matter where you’re viewing this webpage from, you’re likely going to have a number of different companies in your immediate vicinity that provide some of the services that the highly trained professionals at offer.

So how does the informed consumer ultimately choose whom to align themselves with when they need competent and trustworthy restoration assistance? In the opinion of the most qualified professionals at the highest level of our industry, the basis for a sound decision in these instances should revolve around industry experience/competence, integrity and industry certifications. is committed to honesty and integrity in all that we do, so we have no problem lifting the veil of our industry and telling you, the consumer, this… The Restoration Industry is full of shady characters, looking to make a fast (and maybe even fraudulent) buck by taking advantage of both you and your insurance company. By way of example, when a residential water damage loss occurs, homeowner’s often make their first call to a (hopefully honest) plumber, to fix the problem. Now understand this, some plumbers (and even entire plumbing companies) have aligned themselves with unscrupulous restoration companies, who in turn pay the plumber a highly unethical “referral fee” for the lead. This is nothing more than a “pay to play” scheme, oftentimes leading to misconduct by one or both entities. While oftentimes receives referrals from reputable plumbing companies, we are referred in confidence and based solely on our professionalism and competence. Listen, great plumbing companies want to be your “go-to” plumber for life. To do so, they must earn your trust and respect on each and every job. When a plumbing company refers, it’s because they know that 1) our qualifications are unparalleled and 2) they know that they can trust to take care of their customer!

What if I have water damage?

  1. Call A Project Manager or Lead Technician will be immediately dispatched and offer you a free inspection, assessment and consultation.

  3. Find your current insurance policy and have it ready to be professionally reviewed in the event that there is substantial damage and an insurance claim needs to be submitted.

  5. Locate and secure any personal or private items that you may have in the area of the suspected water or mold damage. We mention this only because sometimes homeowners realize after the fact that they’ve left something lying around the house of a private nature 😉.


That’s it. You’ll know in short order if you have anything to be concerned about. You’re under no obligation to engage in our services.

Microbial Growth (MOLD)

We’ve all heard and/or read the horror stories about BLACK MOLD! does not engage in scare tactics by recklessly throwing around the word “mold”. However, microbial growth can occur when water is introduced into building materials that were not designed to repel it. “But isn’t mold harmful?”. Sometimes… but not always. There are strains of mold that have been determined to be harmful to most peoplebut honestly, not all “mold” is bad. To be sure, all of us are exposed to mold on a daily and constant basis, indoors and outdoors. It is the specific microbial strains and/or elevations of spore counts that should be considered first and foremost. If even minor water damage is not dried and treated quickly and properly, a “small job” can transition to a much larger “science project” in short order. Your home is not a laboratory and should not be used for science projects. Don’t put your home or your health at risk by doing nothing! Homeowner’s often tell us “It was just a little bit of water” or “We got the water turned off in just a few minutes”. In just ONE MINUTE, 34 GALLONS of water can escape from a ¾” plumbing supply line! Microbial growth (mold) can occur on building materials (cabinets, drywall, trim, etc.) in as little as 24-48 hours. In Florida, it’s not uncommon to see this harmful effect rapidly accelerated in our warm and humid environment. Mold needs 3 things to come to life… 1) air [it’s literally everywhere, folks] 2) a pleasant ambient temperature [your home!] and 3) water. Items #1 and #2 exist in your home already. Introduce item #3 (water) and you quickly have cause for concern.

Microbial growth (mold) occurs when water has touches something that wasn’t designed to get wet. Remember what we mentioned earlier about the homeowner’s obligation to mitigate their loss? Professional drying with commercial grade dehumidifiers and air movers (large powerful fans designed specifically to dry building materials) can stop microbial growth before it has a chance to come to life.

Insurance Claims

Let’s be honest… the work we do is typically on an emergency basis, often after hours. Frankly speaking, this kind of work isn’t inexpensive. Ninety-nine percent of the time that we’re called to manage a water damage loss, the costs associated with properly mitigating and managing the work we do exceeds what a homeowner either can or wants to pay for “out of pocket” and on the spot. Mitigation costs don’t even account for replacing damaged building materials.

Damages also typically exceed what that same homeowner would pay for their insurance deductible ($500-$1000). We’re happy to take a cash payment for our services but you have insurance for a reason… to cover your specific losses related to unexpected, “sudden and accidental” property damage. Very few of our clients, when presented with the option to pay out of pocket, exercise that option after a quick cost analysis.

Again, we’re just being realistic here… your options are 1) to choose to do nothing about water damage and hope for the best, 2) or you can choose to engage in our services knowing that your only expense moving forward will be a relatively small insurance deductible or 3) you can choose to pay to mitigate the loss and repair all of the damages out of pocket. Our consultations are free. We will give you the information you need so that you have full line of sight of your available options moving forward. Whatever you decide to do, rest assured that you will have the knowledge that you need to make an informed decision.

  1. What happened?

    Example response: "I came home from work and water was running out my front door!"

  2. When did it happen (known as your "date of loss" or "DOL")?

    Example response: "This happened just last night!"

  3. What did you do about it? Did you try to "mitigate" (try to stop or lessen the severity of the loss?

    Example response: "I shut off my water main to the house and called a plumber! Then I called to remove the standing water and begin the drying process."

Let there be no doubt that your insurance policy is a legally binding contract, written by your insurance company’s vast team of attorney’s. They have crafted a legal document that is fully and completely stacked in their best interests…NOT YOURS! In order for your damage to be considered a “covered loss” by your insurer, you have several personal obligations (that you may or may not be aware of). If you fail to uphold any one of them, you put yourself and your property at risk of paying to repair the damages to your home out of your own pocket. As mentioned previously, even minor water damage can cost thousands of dollars. If you align yourself with a contractor that doesn’t understand the specific obligations under the terms of your policy, are you prepared to assume the risk that comes with that decision? Do not take that chance!

Your first and most important obligation under your policy is to “mitigate” that loss. That means, you were proactive in stopping or lessening the damage that‘s already been done to that point. If you do absolutely nothing once water touches something that it’s not designed or supposed to, you’ve put yourself at the risk of two major concerns…1) you may lose your right to have the damages covered by your insurance company and 2) your risk microbial growth (often referred to as “mold”). Both are costly to repair or remediate and one of these can actually be unhealthy or even dangerous.

The catalyst, if you will, for a valid and fully covered insurance loss adheres, at the very least, to the following threshold… “sudden and accidental”. That’s it. Did your loss occur suddenly and/or accidentally? If not, your insurance company will likely have the opportunity to deny coverage under “long term damage” or a “lack of homeowner maintenance”. In the event that we believe your loss doesn’t adhere to the minimum guidelines set forth under your insurance contract, you’ll know before you decide to do business with us.

  1. What happened? (You must be concise and to the point. Less is more.)
  2. When did it happen (Your Date of Loss or "DOL".)?
  3. What did you do about it? (i.e. "I called the plumber to stop the water." or "I called")

Nothing more and nothing less. We have the knowledge and resources to guide you through this process. Let us help you in your time of need. We've done this way more than any one customer can ever claim to have experience with.