Carolina Water Consultants is provides water damage services in Turnersburg, NC and has been in the water restoration industry for over 20 years. We specialize in removing water for your home or business. When a flood hits we can be on site to asses the damage and start the water restoration process! We are top experts in the water restoration industry and can assist you in getting your home back to its original state. Our company is Certified, Licensed and Insured. After a flood, mold begins to start the growth process. The longer you wait to contact Carolina Water Consultants the higher the risk is in getting mold growth. Mold removal is an additional service which can take time and become expensive financially and health wise. We offer the following Water Damage and Restoration service in Turnersburg: 24-Hour Emergency Water Damage Service, Commercial Board-Ups, Residential Water Cleanup, Tarping, Content Cleaning, Storage, Emergency Water Extraction and Dry Downs,
If your business has a flood call the professionals at Carolina Water Consultants now! We specialize in commercial restoration services in Turnersburg and around the North Carolina area. We can be on site quickly to help evaluate the water damages and start the water removal process for your business. The liability attached to a flooded business can be huge. We are able to help restore your business back to its working state in a timely manner. Water saturation damage can occur in many areas of your business including, in the carpet, pad, sub-floors, walls, insulation between walls, floors, ceilings and crawl spaces. Here at Carolina Water Consultants we use state of the art commercial restoration equipment that will help make the restoration process speedy and professional.
Water Damage Cleanup and Construction in Turnersburg, NC
When your home is flooded in Turnersburg we can be to your door quickly! Residential Water Restoration Services in Turnersburg are available now. We work directly with your insurance company to make the process fast and easy! Flood water in your residential property can cause major damage to the structure of your home and items in your home. We are able to remove the water from the flood and start the drying process. We make the process comfortable for our customers and do the best possible job in order to complete the restoration process fast and professional.
Flood Cleanup in Turnersburg, NC
Call the experts at Carolina Water Consultants now to get an on site inspection of your residential property. We have over 20 years of experience working in the water and flood industry. We are the answer to your problems. We provide flood cleanup in Turnersburg, NC for our residential and commercial customers. We can be on site for a free flood inspection within the hour.
The IICRC's S-500 Standard and Reference Guide for Professional Water Damage Restoration is been broken down into three categories.
are based upon the level of contamination present in the water, or presumed present, in the source of the water.
Is water from a clean or sanitary source. Previously known as clear water, this descriptor has since been removed to reduce confusion.
These can include water from broken clean water supply lines; clean water from toilet tank or bowl; faucets; and bottled water. Although the source
may be from a clean source, category 1 water can quickly degrade into category 2 or 3 depending upon such factors as time, temperature, and contact with contaminants.
Is water with some level of contaminants that could cause discomfort or illness if ingested. Previously known as grey water, this descriptor has since been removed to avoid confusion. Sources for category 2 water may include washing machine overflow;
toilet overflow with some urine, but no feces; dishwasher overflow. Category 2 water can quickly degrade into category 3 depending upon such factors as time, temperature,
and contact with contaminants.
Water is grossly unsanitary, and could cause severe illness or death if ingested. Previously known as black water, this
descriptor has since been removed to avoid confusion. Sources for category 3 water include, but are not limited to, sewage; flooding from rivers or streams; Wind driven
rain, water from beyond the toilet trap; water from the toilet bowl with feces; and standing water that has begun to support microbial growth. Classifications:
Water damage is classified into one of the following classes:
Class 1 Water Damage
(least amount of water, absorption and evaporation): Water losses that affect only
part of a room or area, or larger areas containing materials that have absorbed minimal moisture. Little or no wet carpet and/or cushion are present.
Class 2 Water Damage
(large amount of water, absorption and evaporation): Water losses that affect at least an entire room or carpet and cushion (pad). Water has wicked up walls
less than 24. There is moisture remaining in structural materials (e.g., plywood, particleboard, structural wood, concrete).
Class 3 Water Damage
(greatest amount of water, absorption and evaporation): Water wicked up over 24", or water may have come from overhead affecting ceilings, walls, insulation, carpet, cushion and sub-floor.
The entire area are saturated.
Class 4 Water Damage
(Specialty Drying Situations): These consist of wet materials with very low permeance/porosity (hardwood, plaster, brick, concrete, stone).
Typically, there are deep pockets of saturation, which requires very low specific humidity.