A Team Restoration uses state of the art equipment, science and experience to dry flooded homes and commercial properties.

                                 

Using special equipment, we can locate where the water intrusions are throughout the entire structure. Don't leave your valuable assets to just any company with a floor fan, A Team Restoration employees are trained and certified in water restoration services. We understand where and how water migrates in a flooding situation.

Restoring your home after water damage is a frustrating experience. Fortunately, natural disasters don't occur every day, and chances are you'll never have to deal with water damage from rising water or flooding. However, simple plumbing leaks or overflows are far more common. While dealing with water damage may seem fairly simple (mop or wet vacuum; fans used to promote evaporation), unfortunately, this fails to consider the degree to which water can penetrate into structural cavities and assemblies, creating trapped pockets of saturation. Too late, property owners become aware of the on-going effect of this trapped water on structural and contents materials, which may include: discoloration, warping, splitting, delamination, and musty odor and mold growth. The consequences of ineffective water damage restoration - including possible health effects - are far too great to leave water damage improperly restored. Most property owners are not familiar with the essential steps and tactics for proper water damage restoration, and naturally, they have a lot of questions. That's where the certified water restoration professional comes in.

A Team  Restoration is certified and qualified through formal training and experience to remove excess water efficiently, to promote efficient evaporation and to establish the dehumidification conditions necessary to stop on-going damage. Moreover, A Team Restoration can document the return of your property and contents to normal conditions to ensure that future problems will not be experienced.

  Flood water is typically classified into one of the following three categories:

Category 1 Water - Refers to a source of water that does not pose substantial threat to humans and classified as "Clean Water". Examples are broken water supply lines, tub or sink overflows or appliance malfunctions that involves water supply lines.

Category 2 Water - Refers to a source of water that contains a significant degree of chemical, biological or physical contaminants and causes discomfort or sickness when exposed or even consumed. Known as "Grey Water". This type carries micro organisms and nutrients of micro organisms. Examples are toilet bowls with urine (no feces), sump pump failures, seepage due to hydrostatic failure and water discharge from dishwashers or washing machines.

Category 3 Water - Known as "Black Water" and are grossly unsanitary. This water contains unsanitary agents, harmful bacteria and fungi, causing severe discomfort or sickness. Type 3 category are contaminated water sources that affects the indoor environment. This category includes water sources from sewage, seawater, rising water from rivers or streams, ground surface water or standing water. Category 2 Water or Grey Water that is not promptly removed from the structure and or have remained stagnant for 48-72 hours may be re classified as Category 3 Water. Toilet back flows that originates from beyond the toilet trap is considered black water contamination regardless of visible content or color.