Natural disasters, broken pipes, slow leaks and water heater leaks can lead to serious water damage inside buildings. To minimize the effect of water damage and prevent additional problems like mold growth, hiring a professional is critical. Maven Construction Group specializes in water damage restoration services to commercial and residential properties in Gainesville, FL and surrounding areas. We have extensive water damage restoration training and have restored hundreds of properties.
Why Choose Maven For Water Damage Restoration?
Even though the damage in your home may look severe, cleanup and restoration can produce amazing results. Maven has successfully restored valuable contents from hundreds of water-damaged properties throughout the years including furniture, appliances, computers, and family heirlooms.
So, why should you choose Maven for your restoration?
- No waiting. Maven Construction Group self-funds restoration projects so you don’t have to wait for your insurance company to pay a claim before fixing the problem.
- 24/7 accessibility. You can call Maven Construction Group any time for your emergency. Our team will make sure your property is repaired quickly and professionally, helping you get back to normal life as soon as possible.
- We get your property dried faster. Maven Construction Group has the largest inventory of drying equipment in Gainesville which allows us to work quickly, minimize damage, and reduce additional restoration costs. Our advanced equipment helps:
- Detect hidden moisture,
- Remove standing water quickly, and
- Thoroughly clean and dry your home and belongings.
What Kind of Water Damage Do I Have?
Maven Construction Group uses three categories to assess residential and commercial water damage. The categories refer to the range of contamination in the water source.
Category 1 Water Damage
Category 1 water damage originates from a sanitary water source and does not pose a substantial risk from skin, ingestion, or inhalation exposure.
Examples include broken water supply lines, tub or sink overflows with no contaminants, appliance malfunctions involving water supply lines, falling rainwater, broken toilet tanks, and toilet bowls that do not contain contaminants or additives.
Category 2 Water Damage
Category 2 water damage contains significant contamination and has the potential to cause discomfort or illness if contacted or consumed by humans. Category 2 water can contain potentially unsafe levels of microorganisms or nutrients for microorganisms, as well as other organic or inorganic matter.
Examples include discharge from dishwashers or washing machines, overflows from washing machines, overflows from toilet bowls with contaminants, seepage due to hydrostatic pressure, broken aquariums, and punctured water beds.
Category 3 Water Damage
Category 3 water damage is grossly contaminated and can contain pathogenic, toxigenic, or other harmful agents.
- toilet back-flows that originate from beyond the toilet trap,
- all forms of flooding from sea water, and
- ground surface water and rising water from rivers or streams.
Additionally, wind-driven rain from hurricanes, tropical storms, or other weather-related events may carry silt, organic matter, pesticides, heavy metals, regulated materials, or toxic organic substances.
To quickly assess water damage and suggest cost-effective clean-up options, call us 24 hours a day.