Step 6: Restoration

The final step of the water restoration process will depend on the type of water loss and the extent of the damage.

If the damage was from clean water and localized, you may be dry and ready to enjoy life as normal in about five days.

However, if you had a flood or sewage leak, it’s going to take more time. At this stage, your home or business has been gutted down to the studs, all flooring and cabinetry has been removed, and our team may have just completed the actual drying process.

The restoration process will continue as insulation, sheetrock and baseboards are replaced. Carpet or new floor coverings will need to be installed. Doors and other trim may need to be installed. And of course, painting will need to be finished.

Once all of this has been completed, we will deliver your restored property back to you, thereby restoring your property to its pre-water damage condition.

Emergency Building Services

When your home has been damaged by a storm or water, the immediate concern may include temporary protective measures to prevent additional damages, like placing a roof tarp. Learn more about our building services.

  •  Board-Up
  •  Roof Tarp
  •  Temporary Fencing
  •  Move-Out / Pack-Out
  •  Temporary Warehouse Space

Repairs and Minor Building Services

The following building and repair services may be necessary to restore your home to pre-water damage condition. 

  •  Drywall Removal and Installation
  •  Hardwood Floor Repair
  •  Tile Floor Repair
  •  Painting
  •  Carpet Repair and Installation

Building Services and Reconstruction

SERVPRO of Wichita Falls can simplify the restoration process by handling both the initial water damage mitigation and rebuilding the affected areas. Having one qualified company for the entire process can save time and keep costs low. We can provide this continuity by supervising a full range of restoration services that will bring a building back to full functionality.

  •  Reconstruction and Building Services

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