WATER DAMAGE RESTORATION
Water in your home can be damaging, not only to your home itself, but also to your contents and belongings. Whether a supply line burst, water heater leaked, toilet overflowed, or rainwater flooded your home, SpangleR and its’ water damage restoration team is available 24 hours a day for emergency water-removal and drying. Addressing water damage quickly can save repair costs and decrease the chances of mold growth in your home. Timing is everything. Let us get to it before the mold does.
The work done by our professional team begins with water removal and ends with ensuring your home is dry and safe against mold damage, The water damage restoration experts at SpangleR determine the best course of action based on the type and amount of water damage and the affected contents.
Once the location and source of the water is located and stopped, a plan to extract, dry and repair is the next important step in preventing it from happening again. With most water damage, it’s imperative to remove the water and start the drying process to keep mold from forming and stop further damage.
Various surfaces, structures and contents require different drying methods. Our tailored approach to your specific water damage restoration needs creates optimal conditions to return the affected area to its’ pre-loss condition. When the water extraction and drying is complete, an estimator will assess the water damage and provide an estimate for the repairs.
Trust our trained and certified technicians to restore chaos to calm. Our expertise in water damage mitigation and restoration returns your home and belongings to their pre-existing condition, or better. You can trust SpangleR. because trust matters™
SpangleR partners with you through the entire repair process, from Start to Finish
The first and most important factor, in our pursuit to earn trust in each of our reconstruction projects, is meticulous communication. Every job is assigned a project manager, who monitors the entire process and will keep you informed, and answer any questions that may arise. When emergency services are required, a SpangleR representative will contact you by phone within 15 minutes at any time of day.
Mitigation is the process of stopping further damage from occurring. Once the property is secured, the next steps are to properly dry, contain and remove damaging elements and prepare for the restoration process.
SpangleR uses current and state-of-the-art estimating programs, and are updated monthly for accuracy at each geographic location. A typical estimate will have detailed line items and a sketched diagram of the areas involved. An Emergency Service/Mitigation bill is prepared at the conclusion of the initial service and can be billed directly to the insurance company. Then, a detailed estimate with the entire scope of work, will be presented before restoration work begins. Customer Product Selection Forms and Change Order Forms are used to communicate and track customer selections. A payment schedule is also setup at this time.
The reconstruction phase of the project is when results start to show. All scheduling is handled through our Job Planning system. Customer involvement is encouraged to assure choices are understood, and also to prevent any miscommunication or misunderstandings. Your project manager will work to schedule in a manner that minimizes inconvenience and delay.
Once we complete your job to your satisfaction, we use a Certificate of Satisfaction to confirm this. In most cases your insurance representative will issue payment. If your name is included on the payment, we ask that you endorse the check when the work is complete and you are satisfied. Larger jobs may also include your mortgage company on the check, and may be setup on a payment draw schedule. We can help you through this paperwork process.
Your complete satisfaction and willingness to refer our services to others is our ultimate goal. All repairs completed by SpangleR will be guaranteed for one year and will cover defects and/or malfunctions due to faulty installation. We are available for questions and concerns anytime before, during and after repairs.
Call SpangleR Restoration When You Need
a Reliable Water Damage Restoration Company in Charlotte NC
We take active measures towards commercial water damage cleanup right away in the Charlotte area.
When your commercial business experiences a flood, there are multiple steps that you need to undertake. You’ll first want to make sure the cause of the water leaking into your property is resolved, and then you’ll want to call us at Spangler Restoration for professional commercial water damage cleanup.
We understand that keeping your commercial business running efficiently is contingent upon your ability to clean up and continue operations, even if you’ve had a flooding event. With our commercial water damage cleanup services, we’ll help you do just that. Not only are we equipped to clear out any standing water that may remain after the initial emergency is resolved, but we’ll also complete a full inspection and work to clean and dehumidify any areas affected by the flooding.
It’s important to us to take active measures towards commercial water damage cleanup right away because the longer you wait, the more quickly mold and mildew will begin to grow. By calling in our team rapidly, you can prevent some of the additional problems that may occur due to water-related damage.
The best part about working with us at Spangler Restoration is that we won’t just clear away water and leave you to do the rest. We’ll create an action plan that includes the restoration of your business, so you can get back to your daily routine. Having our professionals on your side will make a big difference in the outcome of your commercial water damage cleanup project.
If you own and operate a commercial business in the Charlotte, North Carolina area and you have experienced a flooding event, contact us at Spangler Restoration today.
At Spangler Restoration, we offer water damage restoration in Raleigh, Charlotte, Matthews, Holly Springs, Statesville, Greensboro, Boone, Belmont, and Hickory, North Carolina, as well as Fort Mill, South Carolina.