Water Damage Restoration Services In Greenbrier, AR
If you’re looking for water damage restoration in Greenbrier, you’ve likely got a problem that needs quick, professional help. The team at Amazing Grace Restoration is on call 24/7 and is ready to make your space look better than before.
Here’s some insight into the most common types of water damage and how our local team of pros can help put your mind at ease.
Common types of water damage
Many people think that all water damage is the same. The truth is that there are three types (or categories) of damage, and each requires a different treatment approach.
1. Clean water (category 1)
Clean water means that the health risk is low. It should also stay low as long as you respond in less than 48 hours. The cause of this damage could be:
- A broken water supply line
- An overflowing bathtub, toilet, or sink
- A broken appliance
These causes can be deceptive with damage that you can’t see. That’s why we also look in the framework of your home or business to ensure that the damage isn’t worse or hasn’t moved to category 2.
2. Greywater (category 2)
Also called sullage, this is water that has mixed with chemicals (such as soap or detergent) or a contaminated water source. Causes of greywater damage can include water from an appliance, toilet water with urine, or sump pump failure.
It can also make you and your pets sick, so it’s important that the cleanup involves decontaminating the area from microorganisms so that it doesn’t worsen, and become a category 3.
3. Blackwater (category 3)
This is the most dangerous of all water damage, because it usually contains sewage that could have viruses and/or deadly bacteria. It could also have mixed with a contaminated water source, such as flood water.
Blackwater can be especially hazardous to your health. If you think that you’re dealing with it, leave the property, and call us immediately.
Leave it to the local pros.
If you need water damage restoration in Greenbrier, let a local team handle it for you. Call us anytime at (501) 214-5438, or submit this form to get started.