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(313) 351-1253
(313) 351-1253

Flood Damage Restoration

in Huron, Michigan

(313) 351-1253
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Flood Damage Restoration in Huron, Michigan, 48111

Call: (313) 351-1253

Advance Restoration in Huron, Michigan, 48111

While there are many water extraction companies to choose from in Huron, we believe our family owned and operated disaster restoration service will exceed your expectations.

Advance Restoration has water damage experts who deal with flooding of all kinds, whether it’s the result of a major catastrophe like hurricane or a broken pipe. We are here to help remove water from your Huron, Michigan home and begin the restoration process as rapidly as possible—our 24/7 Emergency Flood Damage Restoration Service assures that.

We are dedicated to providing every customer's job large or small with superior responsive service and industry standard pricing set by your insurance provider.

Call us today at (313) 351-1253 so that our family can help your family recover faster.


365 Day Around the Clock Flood Damage Restoration Services in Huron, Michigan

With one call to (313) 351-1253 you will be that much closer to being back to the pre loss conditions and living stress free knowing your safe and the home or business is in good working order for safety and healthy habits.

Advance Restoration in Huron, Michigan, 48111


You Can Trust Advance Restoration to Be the Best water damage cleanup company

Choosing among flood damage restoration companies can feel like grasping at straws. What sets Advance Restoration of Huron apart from the rest is our persistent focus on you, the customer.  From start to finish and every step along the way to recovery we realize how crucial it is not to be left wondering if the job will be done completely and if it will be done right.  We offer peace of mind that your property damage will be done to the highest standards our IICRC certified firm can offer. By supplying a one-stop-shop environment and team to care for all of your water damage cleanup expert needs we can oversee the entire property repair process without missing a beat.

Our Flood Damage Restoration Services Include:

  • Flood Water Removal
  • Mold Remediation
  • Structural Drying
  • Wet Basement Dissinfecting
  • Wet Basement Deodorizing
  • Debris Removal
  • Frozen Pipe Repair
  • Broken Pipe Repair
  • Ice Dam Cleanup
  • Sewer Backup Cleanup
  • Wet Contents Cleanup & Storage
  • Contents Restoration
  • ...and more!

Call us for your emergency Flood Damage Restoration services now at (313) 351-1253.


Certified water damage restoration experts in Huron, Michigan—What IICRC Certified Means to You

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Advance Restoration of Huron, MI, 48111 is a family owned and operated IICRC firm providing Flood Damage Restoration services for a decade. Our conviction towards customer satisfaction and unparalleled focus on performing quality work make your choice an easy one. An Advance Restoration IICRC certified flood damage restoration expert will bring knowledge and expertise backed by certification standards unmatched in the restoration industry to your home or property repair.

Our team of insurance claims experts will alleviate the worries that you might have after filing a disaster claim with your provider. We'll walk you through the entire loss and repair process step-by-step.

Unmatched in technical excellence, the IICRC Standards are developed to provide the highest quality concepts, terminology, and procedures recognized in the cleaning and restoration industry.

All IICRC Certified Contractors are committed to four key objectives:

  • Certification at all times
  • IICRC professional on every job
  • Maintain industry standards
  • Commitment to ongoing professional training

FAQ

What is the flood damage restoration process?

One of the reasons it is so beneficial to hire a professional water damage company is the speed at which you will recover. Time is crucial to recovery. As a result of hiring water damage experts you can avoid costly secondary damage due to delay in mitigation and cleanup. A good flood damage restoration company will first check the area for safety and shut off power, stop the water at its source, extract excess water, dry out and dehumidify the area, apply sanitizing agents to avoid mold growth, and then create a plan for full restoration of belongings and structural items. This can be an overwhelming task for the layman and cost you more than you might save in the long run on a DIY.

Is it dangerous to enter my home after a flood?

If there is standing water in your home, it may not be safe to enter.  Dry areas of the home can be accessed for the purpose of shutting down the main power switch if possible. If you smell gas or are concerned about a leak and have access to the gas valve, turn it off and open windows for ventilation. If your home has been flooded and closed up you should assume you have mold. Never use lanterns, candles, or torches to investigate a dark home, always use battery-powered flashlights instead. Safety is the key. If at all hesitant, call a professional water damage restoration expert who will send out a water damage expert to assess for safety, remove water and start you on the road to recovery.

Can mold grow after flood damage?

Mildew and mold can grow within 24 to 48 hours of water damage.  Mold can also cause serious health and structural damage.  Mold and mildew can continue to wreck havoc on buildings even years after the excess water has receded if not properly remediated. For this reason, hiring a basement water damage expert to assess the damage can go a long way to saving headaches well into the future from unforeseen enemies.


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