24/7 Emergency Water Response

Any water coming into a home is an abnormal condition. Damages and health implications become more alarming when the moisture remains in place for an extended time. There are four progressive stages of indoor water damage:

  1. Water migrates into areas not initially affected. It spreads laterally into adjoining rooms, penetrates materials below, and absorbs into porous materials above.
  2.  Saturated materials swell as they absorb moisture. In many situations, drying and restoration can save them. In others, the damage can be permanent. Rapid drying helps reduce the chances of having to rip and replace walls and floors.
  3. As water evaporates, it causes an abnormal humidity condition. High humidity can damage some materials. Reduce indoor moisture quickly to help prevent humidity damage.
  4. After water intrusion, mold and bacterial spores germinate and multiply. Given acceptable growth conditions, one organism can multiply to more than one billion in a single day. Some molds produce antigens and allergens, while others can cause infections and toxic diseases.

We have a 24-hour emergency hotline because abnormal water should be removed quickly and thoroughly. When you engage Chrome Water Damage Experts, we furnish materials, supply all equipment, and perform all labor necessary to preserve and protect your property from further damage.

Chrome Water Damage Experts employs IICRC certified techs who are experienced at handling water damage emergencies onsite, day or night. There are seven phases to our standard remediation:
1. Water removal and initiation of drying cycle using commercial equipment ranging from HEPA filters, to blowers, to LGR capable dehumidifiers.

2. Immediate and intensive drying of any affected materials that can be saved.

3. Removal of damaged materials that cannot be salvaged.

4. Drywall restoration includes expert drying of the panels versus simply removing. (Properly remediated sections of 
drywall are actually stronger than the original walls.)

5. Careful attention to minimizing damage to property to facilitate quicker and less costly rebuilds.

6. Daily expert monitoring of conditions on each job site.

7. Timely removal of drying equipment.

If these processes are not initiated within 24 to 48 hours of the flood event, mold can begin to grow.