Water Damage Restoration

Water damage restoration Do you want quick and effective Water Damage Restoration?

After your home or business has been hit with water damage, it can take a long time to recover. Depending on the extent of the damage, water can get into your carpet, saturate the lower regions of your walls and cabinetry, and even get into your floorboards. Getting this water extracted isn’t something you should put off, as a moist environment is prime for mold growth and can also damage the structure of your property. For quick, effective, and local water damage restoration, call up Moving Forward Restoration LLC and we’ll arrive promptly and get straight to work. All of our water restoration is performed by technicians certified by the IICRC, so you can know the job will be done the right way.

Why IICRC Certified?

While any company can claim that they are experts in water damage restoration, only those certified by the IICRC have the proof to back up the claim. In order to become certified, a worker has to have verifiable experience and pass a comprehensive exam. For water damage restoration, this includes extensive knowledge of the different categories of liquid types and classes of destruction as well as demonstrating proper knowledge, equipment usage, and cleaning techniques that will restore the property to pre-damage conditions. We’re proudly IICRC certified in both Water Damage and Structural and Commercial Drying, meaning water’s no match for us!

 

We use superior water damage restoration equipment

While many companies use the same basic tools for water restoration–water extractors, air movers, and dehumidifiers–we use superior quality equipment to minimize your inconvenience while maximizing efficiency. Water is extracted via the KleenRite Mega 3 Flood Extractor that has the power of a truck-mounted extractor in a portable package. We combine the LGR Revolution and LGR Evolution dehumidifiers that have a minimal amperage draw for increased drying speed. Our industrial-grade air movers and indirect fired heat drying systems dry out your property with minimal fire risk so we can get the equipment removed from the property as soon as possible and reduce the chances of mold.

What do I do if my house is flooding? If there’s standing water in your house that seems to keep getting higher, there are some things you can do to mitigate the damage.

  1. Stop the flow of water. If you have access to the water source and can stop it, do this immediately.
  2. Turn off the electricity. This can save your electrical items. However, DO NOT SHUT YOUR FUSE BOX OFF WHILE STANDING IN WATER.
  3. Call us right away. Tell us it’s an emergency and we’ll head over right away. Even at 3 AM, we have a 45-minute response time for emergencies.

 

Choose us for water restoration and more

Water damage is complicated because there can be several layers of damage beyond the surface. That’s why we provide a free visual inspection for you before doing any work, so we can accurately gauge the extent of the damage and prepare a restoration strategy. As water restoration experts, we’re prepared for anything. Even if your sewage backs up and leaks into your crawl space, we know how to take care of it. We’re also happy to help you rebuild afterward. And of course we only do work with your authorization, and always give you an honest estimate upfront. So give us a call or contact us today. We’re always here for you, helping you, move forward.

We proudly cover water damage and other restoration services throughout The Greater Portland Metro as well as the reaches of Clark County, WA