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Outrageous Water Bill in Ontario?

SERVPRO®of Northeast Ontario/Kaiser has years of experience repairing water damage in the Ontario and Kaiser communities and offers these tips from the EPA on how to identify water leaks in your home:

  • Check your water meter before and after a two-hour period when no water is being used. If the meter does not read exactly the same, you probably have a leak.
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Professional Water Damage Restoration in Ontario?

SERVPRO® of Northeast Ontario/Kaiser has been helping people repair and restore water-damaged homes in the Ontario and Kaiser areas for years and because they are also licensed general contractors, they can supervise and perform the structural repairs too. A lot of surfaces will require professional cleaning after a water damage event, including furniture, upholstery, clothing, and other restorable belongings.

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Water damage in Ontario area home

Flooding in a structure can occur through natural channels such as flash flooding or through the accumulation of water over a period of time from water line leaks/ruptures. Attacking this problem without professional help can become tedious and possibly dangerous in Northeast Ontario/Kaiser When your home and/or business are affected by water damage, it is critical to act immediately to minimize cost and inconvenience. SERVPRO of Northeast Ontario/Kaiser has trained professionals who are quick to respond and apply the latest equipment and techniques to make the removal of water and the restoration of your property as organized and pain-free as possible.

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Water damage in Northeast Ontario

Any type of damage inside of a house can be frustrating but one of the more stressful situations is a residential flood. In the middle of a disaster such as a flooded home in Northeast Ontario, it can be hard to figure out where to start when it comes to cleaning up and restoring the damaged area. That is where SERVPRO® of Northeast Ontario/Kaiser comes in. We are ready to help when called and we are highly trained in property damage restoration and in this case, water damage specifically

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When water damage strikes in Ontario, what do you do?

Standing water of any kind in Ontario/Kaiser can be a powerful source of disease. Floods can be worse due to the amount of water involved. Even small puddles can pose a risk. 

Different kinds of debris can be found in floodwaters such as dead animals, rotted plants, and sewage, to name a few. If you have water damage inside your home, watch for debris in the home as well to include rotted food and electrical problems.

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Northeast Ontario/ Kaiser is here for you when disaster strikes

Reasons to call SERVPRO of Northeast Ontario/Kaiser

  • 24-hour emergency service, 365 days a year – The sooner we arrive, the sooner we can get businesses operating again
  • We’re a local company
  • No job is too small 
  • We have national resources – we are one of over 1,700 franchises in the United States and Canada, therefore,
  • No job is too large
  • Restore damage from storms, fire, soot, and smoke
  • Restore damage from leaks, burst pipes, equipment malfunctions, and that coffee-maker disaster in Accounting
  • Mitigate mold damage
  • Clean up evidence of vandalism, crime, or trauma
  • Work with most major insurance companies
  • We remove odors instead of just covering them up
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Possible Causes for Water Damage in Northeast Ontario/Kaiser

Water damage can strike any property and at any time. Our crews are on call 24/7 to help you when property damage strikes. 

Causes can include:

  • Leaky dishwashers or washing machines
  • Clogged pipes
  • Leaking roofs
  • Broken toilet pipes
  • Heavy rain
  • Snow or ice
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Water Damage In Residential Homes in Northeast Ontario/Kaiser

SERVPRO of Northeast Ontario/Kaiser Wants You to Remember:

  • Waterlogged materials are very heavy
  • Wet surfaces are slippery
  • Make sure electrical power is off before you handle devices
  • Make sure you are standing on a dry area before you turn on the electric power