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What You Can Expect From Flood Pros

What You Can Expect From Flood Pros
When Water Damage Has Occurred Call 815-398-2DRY (2379) or 608-758-2DRY (2379) any time of the day or night. A FLOOD PROS representative will answer your call live or call you back within 15 minutes to confirm the details of your emergency and give you an estimated time of arrival. In Order To Begin The Process... A FLOOD PROS water mitigation technician will ask for your signature on an Emergency Service Agreement so mitigation can start immediately. We will begin by extracting all standing water and then determine if any building materials cannot be properly dried. Next we will set up a drying system to thoroughly dry the structure, which typically takes three days depending on temperature and humidity conditions. After The Structure is Dry... FLOOD PROS will bill your insurance company directly and we will assist you with your claim. If Your Home or Building’s Contents Have Been Damaged... FLOOD PROS Will Take Any Or All Of These...

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Seepage

Seepage
Water seepage can be a sign of the need for basement waterproofing or foundation repair PROBLEM: Foundation Wall Crack Basement wall cracks are the most common source of seepage in poured concrete foundations. The cracks are mostly caused by stress, settling or shrinkage during the concrete curing process. Most basement wall cracks are hairline, usually less than 1/8” wide, and run vertically or diagonally from the top of the foundation wall down to the bottom. They tend to go all the way through the wall and this is why they leak. In general, the structural integrity of the foundation is fine with most cracks. However, those that tend to be wider than 1/8”, or run horizontally or stair step on the foundation wall, could potentially be problematic. SOLUTION: Foundation Crack Repair The solution to permanently repairing cracks in your poured concrete basement walls. The Flood Pro's Crack Repair System contains a very thin urethane which...

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