No matter where you live when water emergencies hit, you want a quick response from water damage remediation professionals. This is because it only takes a few minutes for water problems to spread beyond a single leaky pipe or broken sprinkler head. You need to take immediate action to protect your property from developing damages. At United Water Restoration, we are available 24/7, so we can respond to your Omaha, NE property quickly, address the underlying problem, and clean up damages.
The technicians at United Water Restoration are water, fire, and mold, restoration experts. Our business has more than 60 combined years of experience and a wide range of services to offer. With a focus on customer service and top-quality results, we are prepared to complete the job the right way, seeking your satisfaction.
We know that there are other companies out there, but our focus on fast response times and customer satisfaction means a great deal to property owners. We know you can’t rest while facing water damages, so we offer
We’ll do what we can to put your home or workplace back into working condition. After all, we are part of the Omaha, NE community, too.
Water damage is the most common claim home and business owners make with their insurance companies. This is because there are so many ways water can get into the home. Heavy rainfall, burst pipes, damaged appliances, clogged toilets, and many other internal and external events can leave your home with water damage. Sadly, the full extent of the damage is hard to recognize because porous materials absorb a lot of water before you can get it all mopped up.
Your property may be one of your most valuable assets. When it’s threatened by water damage, don’t take risks of further damage or incomplete repairs. We have the right equipment and training to do a thorough job with professional results.
When you have a water damage problem, call United Water Restoration right away. Keep yourself and everyone else in the building safe by shutting off the water and electricity. Next, evacuate and stay out of the building if there’s any chance of structural damage. Avoid electrocution by staying out of flooded rooms or pools of water.
Homeowner’s insurance policies don’t cover all forms of water damage. For example, your policy may cover accidental or sudden damages but may not cover flooding from heavy rainfall. Check with your insurance provider to learn what is covered and what is not. It’s ultimately the property owner’s responsibility to defend against water damage. This generally includes keeping up with property maintenance and understanding the risks in your area.
At United Water Restoration, we’ve worked with many types of water emergencies in Omaha, NE. We understand your concerns and are ready to help you work through this emergency.
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