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Monument Colorado Water Damage Mitigation from a Toilet Overflow in the Master Bathroom

Location: 80132

Customer: Chris

Problem: Toilet overflowed with contaminated water for over 8 hours in master bedroom. Water migrated from main level to master bedroom, family room, entry way and office. The water also migrated down towards the finished basement affecting the kitchen, bedroom, bathroom and recreation room. The water was considered heavily contaminated. Walls and floors were saturated on main floor affecting hardwood, carpet and drywall. The basement ceiling, walls and flooring were all affected.

Solution: Dry out the moisture in the affected areas using dehumidifiers and fans. Build containment for affected areas due to the moisture contamination and insert a HEPA air scrubber to filter the air. An asbestos test was performed on all surface material requiring demolition per Colorado State law. Demolition of all surface material affected by the moisture was scheduled after the asbestos testing came back negative. Demolition was necessary due to the biological contaminants. Main floor demolition included hardwood floors, carpet and padding, cabinetry, 2 foot flood cut drywall and trim. The basement demolition included gutting the bathroom, ceiling and affected walls in other rooms and flooring. Clean and wipe down all affected areas after demolition.

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Fountain CO Water Damage Cleanup from Faulty Sump Pump in Finished Basement

Location: 80817

Customer: Peyton

Problem: Heavy rains saturated the ground and the sump pump stopped functioning. The sump pump well overflowed into the finished basement. The water is considered contaminated since it is groundwater flowing into the residence. Rooms affected were the office, hallway and utility room. Materials affected were flooring, walls and trim.

Solution: Dry out affected areas using multiple dehumidifiers and fans. Containment was built and HEPA air scrubber was inserted. An asbestos test was performed on all surface materials requiring demolition per Colorado State law. Demolition of all surface material affected by the moisture was scheduled after the asbestos testing came back negative. Demolition was necessary due to the length of time the areas were wet, which created an ideal environment for biological contaminants to grow. Affected drywall (2-foot flood cuts) and all flooring were removed. Clean and wipe down all affected areas after demolition.

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Colorado Springs Water Damage Restoration from Pipe Burst in Basement Bedroom

Location: 80918

Customer: Huyen

Problem: Pipe burst in wall going to outside faucet attached to home. Residents did not notice for a week or two. Water flooded most of the rooms in the basement affecting exterior walls, interior walls and flooring. There was a musty odor indicating potential microbial / mold growth. Rooms affected were 2 bedrooms, recreation room, walk-in closet, hallway closet and hallway. The moisture is considered contaminated.

Solution: Dry out affected areas using multiple dehumidifiers and fans. Containment was built and HEPA air scrubber was inserted. An asbestos test was performed on all surface materials requiring demolition per Colorado State law. Demolition of all surface material affected by the moisture was scheduled after the asbestos testing came back negative. Demolition was necessary due to the length of time the areas were wet, which created an ideal environment for biological contaminants to grow. Affected drywall (2 foot flood cuts) and all flooring were removed. Clean and wipe down all affected areas after demolition.

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Colorado Springs Water Damage Restorationfrom Basement Window Well Flooding into Basement Bedroom

Location: 80920

Customer: Diane

Problem: Heavy rains filled up the basement window well. Water from the window well flooded into the basement bedroom. Flooring and walls were saturated from the outside water. The moisture coming in from outside is considered contaminated.

Solution: Dry out affected areas using a dehumidifier and fans. Containment was built and HEPA air scrubber was inserted. An asbestos test was performed on all surface materials requiring demolition per Colorado State law. Demolition of all surface material affected by the moisture was scheduled after the asbestos testing came back negative. Demolition was necessary due to the source of moisture came from outside, which is considered contaminated. Affected walls (2 foot flood cuts), window well area and all flooring were removed. Clean and wipe down all affected areas after demolition.

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Colorado Springs Water Damage Restoration from Hot Water Heater in Basement

Location: 80923

Customer: Brian

Problem: The hot water heater became faulty and leaked water through out the basement. Basement was left unchecked for several weeks while wet. The moisture is considered contaminated and mold is visible on walls. Rooms affected are recreation room, hallway, bedroom and utility room. Flooring and walls are saturated with moisture.

Solution: Dry out affected areas using a dehumidifier and fans. Containment was built and HEPA air scrubber was inserted. An asbestos test was performed on all surface materials requiring demolition per Colorado State law. Demolition of all affected walls which had wet insulation affected by the loss was scheduled after the asbestos testing came back negative. Demolition of all surface material affected by the moisture was scheduled after the asbestos testing came back negative. Cabinetry, flooring and drywall and insulation were removed. A wipe down of all affected areas after demolition was performed.

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Colorado Springs Water Damage Restoration from Washing Machine Drain Hose Spilling Out

Location: 80921

Customer: Andrew

Problem: Washing machine drain hose was faulty and spilled out onto the hardwood flooring. Customer asked for service a week after the event. Moisture had absorbed up the walls and hardwood flooring had buckled. The moisture is considered contaminated due to the drain source and visible mold in affected areas.

Solution: Dry out the moisture in the affected areas using a dehumidifier and fans. Build containment for affected area due to the moisture contamination and insert a HEPA air scrubber to filter the air. An asbestos test was performed on all surface material requiring demolition per Colorado State law. Demolition of all surface material affected by the moisture was scheduled after the asbestos testing came back negative. Demolition was necessary due to the biological contaminants. Main floor demolition included hardwood floors, 2 foot flood cut drywall and trim. Clean and wipe down all affected areas after demolition.

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Restoration from Water Supply Line to Bathroom Cold Water Faucet for Sink

Location: 80924

Customer: Robert

Problem: A faulty supply line to the bathroom sink started leaking water for a number of days before it was noticed by home owners. The clean water loss affected the main level and unfinished basement. The water migrated to the hallway, laundry room, living room, and kitchen on the main floor. The affected materials were flooring (carpet, padding and hardwood), walls and trim. The basement had minimal damage to two walls and some moisture made it to the crawlspace as well. The carpet was delaminated in some areas and the hardwood had cupped.

Solution: Dry out the moisture in the affected areas using dehumidifiers and fans. An asbestos test was performed on all surface material requiring demolition per Colorado State law. Demolition of all surface material affected by the moisture was scheduled after the asbestos testing came back negative. Demolition was necessary due to buckled hardwood, delaminated carpet, specific walls and trim. Vanity was removed from bathroom. Main floor demolition included all hardwood floors, carpet and padding, 2 foot flood cut drywall and trim. The basement demolition included a small area of drywall. Clean and wipe down all affected areas after demolition.

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Colorado Springs Water Damage Restoration from Faulty Shower Drain Plumbing

Location: 80920

Customer: Rebecca

Problem: Home owners were remodeling master bathroom and a contractor performing the work was responsible for the faulty shower drain plumbing, which resulted in water damage from the contaminated moisture. The moisture migrated from the upstairs master bathroom down to the main floor and finally to the finished basement. Multiple rooms were affected, which include upstairs bathroom, main level kitchen and family room and a basement bedroom. Materials affected include drywall, flooring, tile and trim.

Solution: Dry out affected areas using dehumidifiers and fans. Containment was built and a HEPA air scrubber was inserted. An asbestos test was performed on all surface materials requiring demolition per Colorado State law. Demolition of all surface material affected by the moisture was scheduled after the asbestos testing came back negative. Demolition was necessary due to the contaminated source of moisture and visible mold in affected areas. All affected flooring, walls and ceiling areas were removed. A general cleaning and wipe down all affected areas was performed after demolition.

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Mold Removal Basement Bathroom

Location: 80918

Customer: Rick

Problem: Moisture buildup behind vanity in basement bathroom. A black mold is visible when the vanity bottom doors are open. Customer has health concerns for occupants of the home.

Solution: Mold Remediation (removing contaminated materials and sanitizing affected area): This process includes building containment and inserting a HEPA air scrubber to the bathroom. A technician will remove and dispose of vanity, affected drywall, clean the area thoroughly and use an encapsulating paint with an antimicrobial base as necessary. Technicians will utilize personal protection equipment (PPE) during the mold remediation process.

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Mold Removal Entire Finished Basement
Location: 80908
Customer: Jim
Problem: Home owners were away from property for over 30 days and toilet supply line in finished basement was faulty causing water damage to entire finished basement. No apparent or visible mold upon inspection of surface materials. Due to the length of time the basement had been wet, it was suspected that mold growth could be in the wall cavities. During initial flood cut, mold was found in wall cavities. The entire basement required mold remediation.
Solution: Mold Remediation (removing contaminated materials and sanitizing affected area): This process includes building containment and inserting a large HEPA air scrubber. Technicians will remove and dispose of all affected cabinets/vanity, affected drywall/trim, clean the area thoroughly and use an encapsulating paint with an antimicrobial base as necessary. Technicians will utilize personal protection equipment (PPE) during the mold remediation process.
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Colorado Springs Water Damage from Toilet Supply Line
Location: 80817
Customer: Larry
Problem: A toilet supply line burst flooding main level bathroom affecting many areas. The water migrated from bathroom to both in a downward direction and across the floor to the ceiling of garage. The master bedroom, bathroom, basement and garage all had prolonged water damage. Mold was visible in areas such as master bathroom and required remediation. Home owner already removed affected flooring.
Solution: Dry out affected areas using mulitple dehumidifiers and fans. In the master bathroom where visible mold was present, containment was built and HEPA air scrubber was inserted. An asbestos test was performed on all surface material requiring demolition per Colorado State law. Demolition of all surface material affected by the moisture was scheduled after the asbestos testing came back negative. Demolition was necessary due to the length of time the areas were wet, which created an ideal environment for biological contaminents to grow. Clean and wipe down all affected areas after demolition.
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Colorado Springs Water Damage Cleanup from a Backed-Up Sewage Drain in Basement

Location: 80907

Customer: Andrew

Problem: The customers finished basement has a drain in the laundry room concrete flooring. This drain was clogged, which prevented flow and backed up into the basement affecting the laundry room, office, recreation room and a bathroom. This type of moisture is considered heavily contaminated. Flooring and walls absorbed moisture from the drain.

Solution: Dry out the moisture in the affected areas using dehumidifiers and fans. Build containment due to the moisture contamination and insert a HEPA air scrubber to filter the air. An asbestos test was performed on all surface material requiring demolition per Colorado State law. Demolition of all surface material affected by the moisture was scheduled after the asbestos testing came back negative. Demolition was necessary due to the biological contaminants. Clean and wipe down all affected areas after demolition.

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Colorado Springs Water Damage Cleanup from a Toilet Overflow

Location: 80905

Customer: Claudia

Problem: The toilet overflowed with possible contaminants in master bathroom. The moisture migrated down to the garage ceiling. Water damage affected master bathroom walls, flooring and partial shower. The garage drywall ceiling had significant damage.

Solution: Dry out the moisture in the affected areas using dehumidifiers and fans. Build containment for bathroom due to the moisture contamination and insert a HEPA air scrubber to filter the air. An asbestos test was performed on all surface material requiring demolition per Colorado State law. Demolition of all surface material affected by the moisture was scheduled after the asbestos testing came back negative. Demolition was necessary due to the biological contaminants. Partial tile in shower was removed as well as flooring and drywall. Clean and wipe down all affected areas after demolition.

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Water Damage Mitigation from a Roof Leak in Monument CO

Location: 80132

Customer: Bryan

Problem: A roof leak that had been going on for months had caused contaminated moisture to saturate the ceiling, walls and hardwood flooring of this Monument Colorado property. Mold was visible on surface material in some areas, but was prevalent in wall cavities. The hardwood flooring had cupped. The walls and ceiling had signs of significant water damage. The affected areas included, entry way, living room, dining room, hallway and closet.

Solution: Dry out affected areas using multiple dehumidifiers and fans. Containment was built and HEPA air scrubber was inserted. An asbestos test was performed on all surface materials requiring demolition per Colorado State law. Demolition of all surface material affected by the moisture was scheduled after the asbestos testing came back negative. Demolition was necessary due to the length of time the areas were wet, which created an ideal environment for biological contaminants to grow. All hardwood was removed, entire ceiling, and affected walls. Clean and wipe down all affected areas after demolition.

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Colorado Springs Water Damage Mitigation from Faulty Kitchen Sink Hot Water Dispenser

Location: 80919

Customer: Vicki

Problem: The Hot Water Dispenser for Tea and Coffee burst a water line under the kitchen sink. This was running for about 8 or more hours causing tremendous water saturation to the kitchen cabinet area, some hardwood flooring, but mostly to the finished basement. The basement Ceiling, walls and flooring were saturated. Rooms affected in Basement were the recreation room and a bedroom. In the basement, exterior walls with insulation were saturated and ceiling was bowed and disjointed. This is considered a clean water loss.

Solution: Dry out affected areas using multiple dehumidifiers and fans. A drying tent was constructed for the kitchen hardwood flooring. An asbestos test was performed on all surface materials requiring demolition per Colorado State law. Demolition of specific materials affected by the moisture was scheduled after the asbestos testing came back negative. Demolition was necessary due to the wet insulation in the exterior walls and the disjointed ceiling in the basement. Kitchen area was dried, basement demolition of exterior walls and partial ceiling. Clean and wipe down all affected areas after demolition.

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Colorado Springs Mold Removal from roof leak affecting multiple apartments

Location: 80910

Customer: Apartment Complex

Problem: Roof leak in upper apartment. The issue was not addressed immediately, which impacted the lower apartment as well. Mold growth could be seen visibly on surface. Walls, ceiling and flooring were affected. Mold was growing in the ceiling and wall cavities as well. The rooms in the upper apartment that were affected include the bathroom, both bedrooms and hallway. The same rooms were affected in the lower apartment but not as severe.

Solution: Dry out affected areas using multiple dehumidifiers and fans. Containment was built and HEPA air scrubber was inserted in each apartment. An asbestos test was performed on all surface materials requiring demolition per Colorado State law. Demolition of all surface material affected by the moisture was scheduled after the asbestos testing came back negative. Demolition was necessary due to the length of time the areas were wet, which created an ideal environment for biological contaminants to grow. This job was close to being a complete gut in the upper apartment rooms that were affected. An encapsulation paint with an antimicrobial base was utilized for this project. Clean and wipe down all affected areas after demolition.

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