Leucadia Flood Services understands that floods and Fires can strike any time and without warning. When it does, you need reliable and effective cleanup services and fast. We will dispatch experienced first responders to your location right away – day or night – within 60 Minutes 24/7 – 365 days a year.
Upon arrival, water extraction is usually deployed, and removing damaged building materials and sewage if needed, followed by structural r damage inspection is usually done within the 3 to 5 days. Further cleanup and repair work could include mold remediation, asbestos removal and possible reconstruction recommended if warranted. Packing and storage of your possessions is often needed for extensive cleanups.
Damage from water leaks and pipe breaks require immediate water extraction, fast clean up and dry out. Immediate and important steps need to be taken to save your property from further damage and mold & mildew. Water damage requires help from expert technicians who handle all types of disasters such as broken pipes, water heater leaks, toilet overflows, sewer spill and the like.
Leucadia Flood Services Q&A – How soon can the Leucadia Flood Service come out? In most cases, Leucadia Flood Services can dispatch trained personnel to your site within sixty minutes. 24 hours a day, seven days a week service.
How long will it take to dry my property? Usually structures take 3-4 days, though some jobs require more time.
Does our insurance carrier cover your service? Your insurance policy dictates the terms of your coverage. Although policies differ, in most cases insurance covers the costs to remedy your property damage.
How long does it take for mold to grow once a water loss has occurred? Molds are found virtually everywhere and molds can grow both indoor and outdoors within 24 hours of the start of water damage.
Can Leucadia Flood Services work with my insurance adjusters to settle my claim? Many years of experience in making fair and reasonable appraisals of damaged property are employed by the Leucadia flood services, preparing the necessary reports required by insurance companies in order to help settle the claim.