Emergency Water Damage Services Seattle

Water Damage Cleanup
• Emergency Containment • Content Cleaning & Asset Storage • Crawl Space Cleaning • Home Inventory Management • Project Management • Estimating and Consulting of Damages • Mold prevention • Water Extraction • Dehumidification
Seattle Water Damage Restoration
To better understand the restoration process, we’ve compiled this water damage checklist that includes all possible areas in your home or office that may need to be restored. This list also provides a brief description of why these actions must be taken in order to protect your property. While not all items will apply, this information will help you understand the procedures used in restoring your home or business. Our water damage mitigation specialist will walk you through this list.
Emergency Roof Tarps
If water does get in your home, we are there for you for that, too. Our skilled emergency water removal techs can thoroughly dry your home as soon as possible after water gets inside. The longer that water stands, the more damage it can do, so we feel it is vitally important to address emergency drying quickly.
I recently moved into a house in the University District of Seattle. After closing on the house, and it sitting vacant for a week, I arrived on moving day to find my basement ceiling raining from a leak under my kitchen sink! I found Premier Water Damage Restoration online and they arrived within 2 hours. The project manager was very calm and reassuring and knew exactly what to do. They started the work right away and even met my insurance adjuster on site to go over all the coverage and scope of work.
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We don’t try to rip off your insurance company.  We simply assess the loss and perform the services that are required to get your home fixed.  We have to take into account the cost to your insurer along the way.  As an example, in many cases it can be much more expensive to try and dry out certain surfaces instead of just replacing them.  If we were to needlessly run our systems just to rack up additional costs to your insurer, they would probably take issue.  But again, that is not our approach.  We stand between you and your insurer, and have to make sure to take both parties’ interest to heart to ensure a job well done!