What Is Water Damage Restoration?
Serving North Branford, CT and surrounding areas, we know water damage can be devastating to all aspects of your home. Red Star Restoration will work with you to ensure water damage repair is handled appropriately to avoid mold and much more. We're able to provide you with help where and when you need it through our 24/7 emergency service. Water damage can leave devastating results in your home or business. Whether you’re dealing with water damage from a flood, fire, broken pipes, sewer backups, water leaks from a bathtub, toilet, or sink, it’s essential you find someone who will not only remove standing water in your home, but is also experienced in water damage restoration. Even when the water is gone, without proper restoration services, the damage will remain. You need a reliable company to bring your home or business back to its original state.
We Will Help You Get Your Life Back On Track!
We're here to help so you don’t have to worry about water clean-up on your own. Thoroughly removing all standing water is stressful, time-consuming, and best left to a professional company like Red Star Restoration. Once the water is gone, the last thing you want is to escalate the stress by trying and failing to restore your property on your own. The professionals at Red Star Restoration continue to be the top choice for water damage restoration in North Branford, CT and the surrounding areas because we are committed to providing quality restoration services. We are available 24/7 for emergency water removal and water extraction. We handle every job promptly and efficiently so you can get on with normal activities at home or work. We get the job done right the first time. With our help, you won’t have to worry about lasting water damage to your property.
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How To Deal With Water Damage
- Turn off all electricity to the affected area
- Turn off the water to the affected area if possible
- Secure your family, valuables, and important household items
- Move floor level items to a safe, dry location
- Try to ventilate flooded areas to avoid mold growth
- Consider alternative short-term living arrangements