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How much does it cost to repair flood damage?

Traditional Methods

Emergency Tear Down to Locate The Water Problem

When racing against time to resolve a flood disaster that is still ongoing, it is common practice to tear open drywall and floors to expose plumbing, insulation and all content inside the wall in order to determine the cause of the ongoing water. It is also common practice to remove entire sections of insulation and drywall due to the fact that moisture spreads quickly. The common assumption is if there was standing water in the room, tear down the room completely to the beams and rebuild. This is a quick and easy way to eliminate any potential mould or long term problems from arising. Unfortunately, the costs to repair the job afterwards are far higher.

$20,000

What sets us apart from the typical Water Damage Restoration Company

The Flood Tech Difference

Flood Damage Repair Costs are High

One of the challenges of an emergency disaster recovery service is the need to quickly locate and eliminate the source of the problem. When it comes to floods and emergencies related to fire or water, the costs can quickly become devastating. 

The Flood Tech Method

The Flood Tech Non-Invasive flood damage inspection Method

The Flood Tech Non-Invasive Approach is designed on the premise that even when dealing with damaged property, it is our primary goal to reduce the amount of flood & water damage that occurs due to the emergency. We practice a non-invasive approach to dealing with emergencies. From specially drilled air holes hidden behind baseboards to specialty equipment that can detect the faintest source of moisture without needing to remove any panels, we are able to assess and execute an emergency restoration that gets to the root of the problem faster and causes less of an impact to the surrounding structure, hence reducing the later water damage restoration and reconstruction costs.

$20,000

$7,000

Traditional Plumber water leak inspection Method

Removal of Large Drywall Sections to Dry within the infrastructure

Whenever there is excessive levels of moisture in walls and insulation it is important that they are fully dried out or you must remove and dispose of all insulation. The most common practice is to remove large drywall sections as it is considered the least expensive method that is typically used.

$3,000

Emergency Plumbing is required when the cause of the water is from inside the plumbing of the property. Finding the origin of the fault requires to be able to see into the walls of the house. Sometimes entire lines need to be traced back over multiple rooms and multiple levels. 

Flood Tech Non-Invasive Method

The Flood Tech Non-Invasive Method to Dry within the infrastructure

The Flood Tech Non-Invasive to drying out walls and ceilings in finished areas is to carefully create minimal punctures where we can get full access to the interior infrastructure where insulation, drywall & further materials that need to be dried. Once dried, small patches and paint is all that is needed to restore the finishes to perfect condition.

$1,300