Hiawatha Water Damage Restoration
With more than 35 years of experience, Home Pro Services will handle all of your water cleanup services. From water removal and extraction to complete restoration and repairs, our water damage restoration company near you is ready for any emergency that may arise, whether it be leaky, broken, or frozen pipes, toilet overflow, sink overflow, washing machine, refrigerator, water heater malfunction, dishwasher malfunction, or basement water damage. Our water restoration technicians are highly trained and certified in the latest home restoration and remediation techniques and technology. After a disaster, the last thing you need is more stress. Our water damage restoration team arrives quickly, works fast and get the job done right.
Why Choose Home Pro Services?
- 24/7 Emergency Service
- Convenient Appointments
- Experienced, I.I.C.R.C. Professionals
- We Work With All Insurance Companies
- Upfront Pricing with No Hidden Charges or Surprises
- Complete Customer Satisfaction Guarantee
Broken, Burst, & Frozen Pipes
Winter can be the most devastating time of year for water damage. Water pipe bursts are common in areas of extreme winter cold and high winds that drive the wind chill well below freezing temperatures. You may not know if pipes are broken because the freezing water is keeping the liquid water from coming out. Once the ice thaws, you will be unexpectedly met with a flooded area if the water continues to flow without your knowledge. Pipes that lack proper insulation and are exposed to the winter’s cold are far more likely to create a need for restoration. Ignoring these repairs can be extremely costly as flood damage can lead to an unstable structure and damage of your valuables. Broken pipes can be the cause of gallons of water to come flooding through your living rooms, bedrooms, kitchen and bathroom. Should you need any help with a burst or frozen pipe or are dealing with water or flooding at all, give us a call today for water extraction near you!
Hiawatha Basement Water Damage Cleanup
Flooded basements and crawlspaces can present more challenges than regular room spaces. Aside from making your basement unusable, a basement flood can ruin your personal belongings and create a serious health and safety hazard.
All basements are prone to flooding and there can be several causes behind the water in your basement. This could be because of a busted or frozen pipe, a leaking waste line, a broken supply hose for your washing machine, or a water heater or leaking water tank. By far the most common cause of basement flooding is due to poor yard drainage, excessive amounts of melted snow fall or rain, and sewer backups are common culprits behind a leaky foundation.
Serving the entire Hiawatha area, we can get your basement water damage cleanup done quickly and professionally. Call us before your basement gets worse.
Sewage Damage Cleanup and Removal
Home Pro Services will also handle your sewage cleanup. A problem with your sewer system can cause significant problems. In addition to the overbearing stench created, an array of other problems such as fungi, viruses and other pathogens can create serious health hazards. If sewage problems remain untreated, they can cause major structural damage which can be extraordinarily expensive to repair.
Sewage damage can contain high amounts of harmful bacteria and there are serious health risks associated with it. Coming in contact with raw sewage can cause disease, can destroy your valuables and cause severe damage to your property. It’s critical that you do not try to clean up a mess from broken pipes that are connected to a sewage line. Only trained professionals with the right equipment should handle sewage removal. Our team of professionally certified experts have years of experience resolving various sewage cleanup and repair problems. When you need sewage damage cleanup, Home Pro has you covered.
Home Pro Water Damage Restoration Process
- Assess the Damage
We’ll first check your home’s structural integrity, making sure it is safe for habitation and repair.
- Mitigate the Cause of the Damage
Whether its flood water, a sewer back up or faulty electrical wiring, the first order of business will be to correct the problem so no additional damage is done.
- Determine the Scope of the Damage
We’ll conduct a thorough inspection to determine the scope of the damage and what it will require to restore your home.
- Free Estimate
We’ll provide you with a complete breakdown of the work to be done and a free estimate and timeline to complete the work.
- Complete Restoration Work
Our primary goal will be to repair the damage properly and get you back to your normal life as soon as possible.
Because we care about our friends and neighbors, we will be happy to work with you whether you have insurance or not. When you call Home Pro, you won’t have to worry about taking out second mortgage or going without to get what you need. If you don’t have insurance, we can adjust our rates to make sure you have a clean, safe home to return to without an inflated price tag. Don’t let lack of insurance stop you from calling.
Contact Us Today For All Your Flood Damage Needs
Our top priorities are safety, quality, and exceptional customer service. We are an emergency water damage company that provides water damage repair to victims throughout Hiawatha. If you have flood damage of any kind, our professionally trained and certified experts can rapidly and effectively solve the problem on short notice. We not only fix the original problem, but we make sure that any affected area is professionally cleaned, deodorized and sanitized. Our courteous, professionally trained and certified experts are available to handle any crisis 24 hours a day. Regardless of the time of day, we are there to service your needs.
More About Hiawatha IA
In 1946, Fay Clark, an entrepreneur of several ventures, had a vision of houses and a highway running through a new city. In 1950 Clark and another 45 residents signed a petition seeking to become the 17th incorporated town in the County. The town would be named after Clark’s trailer company. That same year he and Henry Katz established the Fire Association to help provide fire protection to rural communities. Clark served as mayor of Hiawatha from 1950 to 1958, and again from 1961 to 1963. Clark died in 1991 at the age of 84.
Today, Hiawatha is home to places such as Guthridge Park.