Water Damage Restoration in Orange County, CAGive us a call today: 949-362-5388
If you’re in Orange County and your property has experienced water damage, the restoration team here at Jarvis Restoration can be there in one hour. Our IICRC-certified technicians will quickly inspect and evaluate the damage to your home or business before providing a detailed and itemized estimate. We work with all insurance companies and promise your property is in good hands with our team.
- Family Owned Since 1970
- 5-Year Warranty
- Available 24/7
Immediately following the inspection of your property, we’ll begin repairs and help ensure that your inconvenience is kept to a minimum. We are the leading Orange County water damage repair and remediation company, having served the area for over 50 years and restored over 30,000 structures!
For reliable and fast water damage restoration, contact us today!
Water Damage Restoration
Water damage restoration starts with water extraction. We remove standing water as fast as possible to reduce the risk of mold and bacteria growth. Next, we remove personal items from the affected space: furniture, electronics, clothing, etc. Finally, we use equipment such as dehumidifiers and disinfectants to dry out and eliminate harmful byproducts of water damage. Be sure to check out our various water damage blog posts.
- Water leaks in US homes can exceed 1 trillion gallons of water each year.
- Mold growth begins within 24 hours—all that’s needed is moisture, organic material, and oxygen.
- Internal water heater leaks have been calculated to cost nearly $4,000, and that’s just a minor issue. Larger obstacles and mishaps, such as faulty plumbing and house floods, cost on average between $20,000 and $30,000 in repairs alone, not to mention the additional health risks and expenses due to contaminants found in most flooded properties.
Flood Damage Repair
You might be surprised to find that the average washing machine supply hose fails after just 8 years, and most water heaters fail before 12 years, leading to potential flood damage risks. To avoid flood damage from appliances in your home, it’s important to keep up on home and plumbing maintenance.
You can also pay attention to your plumbing for signs of wear. This can include noisy pipes, signs of moisture on the walls or floors, rust-stained water, or pinhole leaks. Replace hoses and pipes before their manufacturer-recommended timetable, and ensure the entire family or office knows how to turn off the water supply flow in case of emergency.
When an emergency does happen, contact our team: we’ll be on-site right away to assess your water damage and work with your insurance agent to repair the damage.