Water damage can occur from variety of sources not just a severe storm. In fact, frozen pipes, small leaks in the plumbing, sewage backups, sump pumps breaking down are just a few of the examples.
Interestingly, nearly 40% of homeowners have experienced a water damage at some point during home ownership. If you are in the 60% who haven’t experienced water damage, consider yourself lucky. However, it is wise to have a plan of action and a contractor to call in the event water damage takes place on your property.
Too many homeowners make the mistake of attempting to remediate the damage themselves while inadvertently creating more problems for them in the long run. The key to success when facing any sort of water damage issue is to act fast and call a professional who can properly restore your property.
At DeShano Restoration, we have made it a mission to restore damaged properties to their pre-loss condition. Working in the industry since 1966, we have the expertise and experience to handle even the toughest restoration projects.
We are always available and can be reached 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our clients know that when an emergency strikes, our professional dispatchers will be able to take your call.
Serving the cities of Gladwin, Beaverton, West Branch, Standish, Midland, Coleman, Clare, Harrison, Pinconning, Sterling, Prudenville, Houghton Lake, Rose City, Lupton, Farwell, Sanford, Auburn, Linwood, Edenville, Hope, Mills Township, and Omer, we can quickly service you in the event of an emergency.
Water damage is the most common type of damage you will experience in your home. There are multiple different ways water can unexpectedly cause damage. With over 50 years of experience, we have seen a wide variety of damages, however the following are the most common.
From dishwashers to washing machines, refrigerators to water heaters, there are many different appliances in your home that depend upon stable water lines. When one of the fittings slips, or a water line fails, it could cause a large amount of water to drench the drywall, insulation and subfloor.
It is common for damage to go unnoticed, which could lead to mold growth or structural damage in the future.
Sub-freezing temperatures are the norm in Michigan, which can wreak havoc on a property’s water lines. Even if you have taken the extra care to insulate your pipes, it may not be enough.
The best preventative measure to take in the winter is keep the water flowing. This can be done by slowing your faucets to a tiny drip. This simple step could save you thousands of dollars in water damage costs.
Overtime pipes can corrode and age, causing them to become brittle. One tiny crack can lead to hundreds of gallons of water damage. Luckily, this kind of damage is classified as clean water and can be dried relatively easily. Even contents that are exposed to this type of damage can be successfully dried.
In a large commercial building, it is quite common for sprinkler lines to be disrupted, either through maintenance accidents, freezing temperatures or small cracks within the water lines.
When the sprinklers are triggered accidentally, it can cause water damage within the immediate areas.
Clogged condensate lines are the primary culprits for standing water around an HVAC system. As the issue continues to remain untreated, more water can accumulate around the system, causing water damage around the surrounding areas.
Window damage, roof leaks and siding obstructions are common causes of water damage from a storm. In addition, basements that are not properly waterproofed or sealed can suffer from heavy rainwaters.
Michigan basements are notorious for utilizing sump pumps to contain groundwater and moisture from overflow.
There are a variety of reasons why a sump pump could fail. Typically, a power outage is the main factor for a failure, but could also include a frozen or clogged pipe, stuck switch, lack of maintenance, incorrect installation or even old age.
When a sewer line fails on your property, it can create quite a mess. Commonly caused by clogs in the sewer line, tree roots or a damaged sewer pipe, even the smallest failure can create hazardous conditions within the property.
At DeShano Restoration, we focus on executing the most efficient process possible. When water damage occurs, we understand how stressful it can be. That is why we follow a specific process to ensure the highest quality result.
If your property has experienced water damage you need to act fast. The water damage restoration process can in fact be painless when you choose the right contractor for the job. Experience and credentials are two top qualities to look for when choosing a restoration contractor.
With over 50 years of experience in the construction industry, DeShano Restoration was founded in 2011. We believe a large portion of our success is staying active within our industry. That is why we are affiliated with the Better Business Bureau, IICRC, Associated General Contractors of America, Restoration Industry Association, Michigan Association of Homebuilders and the Michigan Chamber of Commerce.
Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, you will be greeted with a friendly and highly trained dispatcher, no matter the time of day.
Licensed, bonded and insured, we undertake the entire project from start to finish while working directly with your insurance company to ensure your claim is processed in a smooth and efficient manner.
Serving the communities of Gladwin, Harrison, Clare, Beaverton, Coleman, Edenville, Midland, Auburn, Linwood, Pinconning, Standish, West Branch, Houghton Lake, Farwell, Rose City, Lupton, Prescott, Omer, and Bay City, we will quickly respond to your property in the event of an emergency.