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(810) 255-8756
(810) 255-8756

Frozen Pipe Flood Cleanup

in Pine Run, Michigan

(810) 255-8756
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Frozen Pipe Flood Cleanup in Pine Run, Michigan, 48415

Call: (810) 255-8756

While there are many frozen pipe repair companies to choose from in Pine Run, we believe our family owned and operated disaster restoration service will exceed your expectations.

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 (810) 255-8756 so that our family can help your family recover faster.

Advance Restoration in Pine Run, Michigan, 48415

Need 24/7 Response In Pine Run for Frozen Pipe Flood Cleanup Services. Call (810) 255-8756 Now!

We provide 365 days of the year, day or night emergency response services — that's how we operate! Inside an hour we can have boots on the ground for immediate Frozen Pipe Flood Cleanup services. Our central command facilities are already designed to provide emergency recovery and dry-out, ready for dispatch to your site.  Our frozen burst pipe repair experts will assess the damage and provide a recovery plan that will easily open the doors up for company.

Why Choose Advance Restoration?

At Advance Restoration, we service all types of commercial large loss properties including:

  • Office Building Restoration
  • Motel & Hotel Restoration
  • Major and Individual Retail Center Restoration
  • Schools & Higher Educational Building Restoration
  • Hospitality Restoration
  • Restaurant Restoration
  • Entertainment Facility Restoration
  • Healthcare Facility Restoration
  • Industrial & Manufacturing Facility Restoration
  • Mixed Use Building Restoration

IICRC Certified —What's it all About?

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Technical excellence, that's what!

IICRC standards were created to provide the highest quality terminology, concepts and procedures recognized in the cleaning and restoration industry. Establishing and furthering global recognition of specific standards and certifications for the cleaning and installation industry for proper inspection, cleaning and restoration.

What does that technical talk really mean to our customers?

Bottom line—highly-trained and certified frozen pipe water cleanup experts measuring up to top IICRC standards.

Our IICRC Certified Firm is 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 most common cause of frozen burst pipe flood?

A frozen pipe flood cleanup disaster is commonly caused by a water pressure issue. Frozen pipes don't always burst because of ice expansion as one might think—when temperatures drop below freezing, water molecules can crystalize taking up more space than when in liquid form. As ice expands within the pipe it pushes the water toward the closed faucet causing pressure to build between the ice blockage and the faucet— causing it to rupture.

What if I come home to frozen pipe flood?

Never attempt to heat frozen pipes yourself, it's best to call a professional like Advance Restoration. Our frozen pipe water cleanup experts can repair frozen burst pipes and provide detailed frozen pipe flood cleanup such as water extraction, dry-out, and content restoration.

How to prevent frozen pipe floods?

  • Disconnect and drain hoses before winter hits
  • Close interior shut-off valves
  • Insulate water supply lines in crawl spaces, basements and under kitchen and bath cabinets

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