Water Damage Restoration in Tampa, FL

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If your home or business is suffering from water damage caused by a storm, water or sewer line leak, or flood, FP Property Restoration of Tampa can provide emergency repairs to restore your property and get your life back on track. In addition to providing 24-hour emergency water and sewage extraction and cleanup services, we offer comprehensive property repairs and restoration. Our reliable water remediation technicians are certified, licensed, and insured and can provide the quality work you need.

Need water or flood damage restoration services in Tampa? Contact us online or call (888) 408-2335 now for fast service.

Our Tampa Water Damage Restoration Process

Whatever the cause of water damage, whether it's a small leaky pipe or a major storm or flood, it needs to be addressed immediately. When left untreated, water damage can lead to mold growth and structural damage.

You can reach our team at FP Property Restoration 24 hours a day for assistance. We will gather your information and dispatch a team to come on-site within 30 minutes of receiving your call for emergency water damage restoration.

Here are the general steps we follow to restore water damage:

  • As soon as we arrive on site, we will assess the damage and take immediate action to prevent further damage, as well as address any potential safety hazards. If there is standing water, we will extract it.
  • Infrared cameras and moisture meters will be used by your project manager to conduct a thorough thermal inspection of your property so that he/she can determine the full extent of the damage and ensure proper drying. Your Project Manager takes extensive photos and documentation during the inspection.
  • As part of our protection measures, we also move contents to unaffected areas, block contents with furniture blocks, and cover them. We document any contents that have already been damaged.
  • It may be necessary to remove wet materials like carpet padding and some trim work. This will help speed up the drying process.
  • With the installation of air movers on the property, we will begin structural drying. The dehumidification process will also be started at this time with industrial dehumidifiers. It is in this step that mold is prevented from growing. Once areas reach a dry standard, equipment is removed.
  • As soon as all areas have been determined to be dry, your Project Manager will finalize all documentation so you can begin the repair process.
  • Your Project Manager will keep a daily eye on the project throughout the entire process. After re-examining all affected areas, he/she will adjust drying equipment as needed to expedite the drying process. Each day, your Project Manager will update his/her documentation to track the progress of the project.
    I had total trust in them, I could leave for a few hours and they would even take care of my 4 dogs like they were their own.
    - Barry M.
    Honestly not sure what we would have done if FP hadn’t stopped to help- very grateful.
    - Dennisun C.
    Operations manager Devin McKeon was especially helpful in finalizing the completion of the restoration.
    - Dave K.
    All of the techs were so professional, kind, and sensitive to the homeowner's situation.
    - Eileen L.
    They worked non stop for the last 10 days to mitigate our home.
    - Brian B.

What to Do Immediately After Water Damage in Your Home

If you are in a situation where flooding has happened to your home, it’s important to start taking care of the situation as quickly as possible. We recommend having your Tampa water damage technician’s phone number in your cell, so you can get in touch with them first thing. Our number at FP Property Restoration is (888) 408-2335.

After that, there are a few things you can do on your own:

  1. First things first, you want to turn off your power and water main. That will prevent more water from entering your home and avoid any chance of electrocution. However, be aware that any open wires can still electrocute you, so stay away from those.
  2. After the power and water is off, start moving important items out of the water, if it's safe.
  3. You can also be proactive and start to remove the water on your own. If your power is still off at this point, you can bring towels and buckets to remove standing water. If the sewer isn’t backed up, you can pour this water down the drain without any issue.

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Flood Water Categories

Has your property been flooded in Tampa? Depending on where the water came from, the type of water remediation and restoration you'll need may vary. For example, stormwaters and water from a backed up sewer line will require higher levels of decontamination than a clean water leak from a water line or appliance.

Floodwaters are typically categorized into three main categories based on their source and level of contamination:

Clean Water (Category 1):

  • This category includes water from sources such as broken water supply lines, rainwater, and melting snow. It is considered relatively clean and does not pose an immediate health threat. However, if left untreated or stagnant for an extended period, it can become contaminated.

Gray Water (Category 2):

  • Gray water is moderately contaminated water that may cause discomfort or illness if ingested. It includes water from appliances like washing machines, showers, and sinks. It may contain some chemicals, soap, and microorganisms. Proper treatment is required before using gray water for drinking or cooking.

Black Water (Category 3):

  • This is highly contaminated water and poses a significant health risk. It contains harmful bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens. Black water typically comes from sources like sewage backups, flooding from rivers or streams, and water that has been standing for an extended period. Direct contact with black water or inhalation of its fumes can lead to serious health issues.

It's crucial to exercise caution and take appropriate safety measures when dealing with floodwaters, especially from Category 2 and Category 3 sources. Proper cleaning and disinfection procedures must be followed to minimize health risks.

Don’t work with a shop vac or regular vacuum on your own. Your Tampa water restoration professional will have the proper equipment to handle that. When you have flood damage, give us a call at (888) 408-2335!

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