Do you need professional sump pump cleanup services?
If your sump pump is does not work correctly, it can end up costing you. Even small amounts of water can cause major damage. A sump pump is designed to pump water through a discharge pipe and away from your home’s foundation. When a sump pump fails, the result is often a flooded basement and expensive water damage.
We’ll be there when you need us to cleanup and restore the damage from your sump pump overflow.
Our Minnesota water damage cleanup experts have the equipment, personnel and know-how to cleanup water damage from sump pump failures and safeguard you from hazardous mold growth.
There are a lot of reasons for sump pump failure.
If your sump pump is running and pumping some water but shutting off after a short amount of time without pumping out all of the water, there are a few possible causes: The pump is overheating. The float switch needs adjustment. The float switch is bad.
Remove standing water immediately!
Standing water resulting from sump pump not working needs to be removed immediately. You can use towels or a mop to soak up standing water. Water extraction equipment and air movers (like fans) may be necessary to ensure all the moisture from the sump pump failure working is removed. Act quickly! Time is of the essence to prevent additional water damage or mold damage.
Water damage restoration costs from sump pump overflow can really add up!
Damage from sump pump failure can impact floors, subfloors, and walls. Humidity and moisture levels from standing water due to sump pump not pumping creates the ideal conditions for mold growth, too. A professional water damage restoration company will offer immediate response 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
When should you call a professional water damage restoration company?
A dependable damage restoration company will do the best work cleaning up your water damage due to sump pump failure. You will save time and money on equipment and supplies. You will also avoid spending additional money on expensive repairs that occur down the road if moisture is not completely dried. Free inspections will help you better understand the scope of water damage caused by your sump pump failure.
The water damage restoration process
The water damage restoration process from sump pump overflow can be complicated. Standing water, humidity, contaminants, and mold growth are all considerations when developing a water damage restoration response plan.
How does the water damage restoration process work?
- Detailed inspection of water damage caused by sump pump failure
- High-tech infrared cameras and moisture meters determine extent of water damage
- Water extraction, drying systems and dehumidification units are put into place
- Additional water damage cleanup including decontamination, antimicrobials and sanitizers
- After water damage mitigation is complete, detailed estimates are prepared for the reconstruction and restoration
Fast Water Cleanup in Minnesota
- We respond to water emergencies fast – usually within 30 minutes of receiving a call.
- Our full range of emergency restoration services in Minnesota starts with extraction and removal of excess water caused by burst pipes, sewage drain back-ups, floods, storms, etc.
- Then we utilize professional structural drying and dehumidifying equipment to restore normal moisture levels and prevent mold or mildew growth within the structure.
- Next, we perform careful cleaning and protection of items within your home.
- Finally, we restore the damaged areas of your home or structure to like-new condition by repairing or replacing affected building materials such as wood, plywood, drywall, paint, flooring, carpets or other materials.
You can be confident our emergency water restoration services will restore your property. In situations with insurance claims, our restoration service will assist in arranging payment from your insurance company for your convenience and peace of mind.
Certified Water Restoration Service in Minnesota
- IICRC certified
- Applied Structural Drying certified
- Certified Mold Remediation Contractor
- We are fully insured
- Locally owned & operated
Common Causes of Water Damage in Minnesota
- Frozen, Burst, Broken, or Leaky Water Pipes
- Flooded Basements
- Overflowing Bathtubs, Toilets, or Sinks
- Clogged or Malfunctioning Drains
- Sewage or Septic Tank Backups
- Dishwasher or Washing Machine Overflows or Malfunctions
- Hot Water Tank Floods
- Crawl Space Water Damage
- Sump Pump Failures
- Leaking Roofs or Windows
- Flooding from Heavy Rain Storms
Don’t Hesitate, Call Our Us Today
During cleanup, our priority is the safety and health of our customers. We’re always available to handle any size job, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We understand the stress related to all emergencies involving flood damage. We work for you to restore your property to its pre-loss condition with the least amount of stress possible. We are provide services to residential homes and commercial businesses.