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The experts at All Nation Restoration are committed to customer service. We can take on the entire restoration project, bring it to completion, and provide the necessary documentation that work has been completed. For more information about water damage restoration in Austin, TX, visit us at http...Read More
Most property owners do not have their own commercial-grade drying equipment. This lack of appropriate equipment is an obstacle to successfully mitigating water damage in a home or business as a DIY project. The right equipment and the skills to use that equipment can make a DIY water damage rest...Read More
One of the reasons a homeowner would seek to manage a water damage disaster as a DIY project is because they have the knowledge, skills, experience, and time. Confidence plays an important role in completing a DIY project. For more information about water damage restoration in Austin, TX, visit u...Read More
A successful DIY water damage restoration project is a major undertaking. Knowing what to do and how to do it is not enough. Time is crucially important in a water damage disaster. Delays in water removal, drying, and dehumidifying can result in advanced secondary water damage and mold infestatio...Read More
If the homeowner has limited funds, he or she will need to do as much of the water damage restoration themselves as possible to reduce the cost of damage restoration. As daunting as the challenge may be, the homeowner on a tight budget with no insurance money may have no other choice. To know mor...Read More
A homeowner might attempt to take on water damage restoration as a DIY project either because the insurance company will not cover the incident or the homeowner does not have homeowner’s insurance. To know more about water damage restoration in Austin, TX, visit us at https://1l.ink/Q3HD2CW #rest...Read More
A typical box fan would be sufficient to dry up the surface moisture after a minor tub overflow in an hour or so. Hopefully, little or no water seeped under the floor covering or tile. If moisture did penetrate to the subflooring, more effective equipment would be needed to extract the water trap...Read More
- Andrew CGreat service! My wife and I were impressed by Ben’s attention to details, his thoroughness, knowledge/ experience, and his patience with generously giving his time to answer all of our questions. We loved how quick their team responded to our calls and email inquiries.
- Alex SBen and his team were truly great and I can't recommend them enough! I was concerned that I might have some mold / water damage in my attic and called Ben to get a second opinion after a mold inspection company quoted me around 1k to just take a look at it. Ben was over my home later that day, took at look, and he assured me the problem was minimal along with tips to remedy it myself. He was honest and just gave his perspective as if he were the homeowner not a salesman. If you're looking for an honest and fair opinion on water damage / mold remediation, you should 100% call Ben and his team
- J HThe entire experience was great. Chris came out quickly to conduct an assessment and provide me with the cost. Upon returning, he and Zach did a wonderful job. Chris explained the entire process in detail as well as provided information on how to prevent the problem from occurring in the future. I would absolutely recommend this company.