Water Mitigation

24/7 Water Mitigation Specialists

Water Damage Restoration in Cypress, TX

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The CORE Group deploys our teams of water damage restoration specialists across the country. We know the importance of a quick response and successful strategy in a water mitigation company plan.

Our water damage mitigation process evaluates three criteria to determine the best course of action:

  1. Property damage
  2. Containment
  3. Replacement costs versus restoration costs

Proper recovery from water damage is an essential part of recovery if your home or business is affected and effective, and it is important to act within the first 24-48 hours to minimize the possible effects of water damage. You can rely on the team at CORE by KHI Restoration today for 24/7 Emergency Water Mitation. Call us today: (281) 984-6928

Timely Service

Time is of the essence when water invades a property. Not only does water cause extensive damage in its own right, but excess moisture also creates the perfect environment for mold and mildew to grow. A fast response from a reliable and certified restoration contractor can make all the difference for the restoration and recovery of your home or business. Water mitigation is meant to lessen the impact of a disaster by decreasing the potential damage caused by the water. To do this, we’re committed to timely, efficient service and offering the highest quality damage control in the least amount of time.

24/7 Water Damage Restoration

Water damage waits for no one and doesn’t care if it’s 3 pm on a random Saturday afternoon or 3 am on Christmas morning. That’s why we offer 24/7 emergency water damage restoration services 365 days a year. We know damage to your home doesn’t only happen during business hours, so we’re always ready to dry out your property quickly and efficiently. Our trained and certified technicians are always ready to help, so you can rest easy knowing your property is in expert hands.

Water Mitigation Services

Clean Water Cleanup
Clean Water Cleanup

Clean water is potable water that comes from the tap and your well or municipal water supply. It has not been previously used by appliances. Clean water extraction does not require additional safety precautions if the water damage is less than 24-48 hours old, when mold growth becomes likely.

Grey Water Cleanup
Gray Water Cleanup

Water used by appliances like washing machines or dishwashers or water from flooding or heavy rains is considered "gray water." It's not drinkable, and may contain low levels of microbial or bacterial growth that require the use of PPE and other precautions for safe extraction and cleanup.

Black Water Cleanup
Black Water Cleanup

Black water contains sewage and is considered to be a biohazard. Safe, effective black water cleanup requires professional mitigation from technicians trained specifically to deal with the hazards and risks associated with the water. DIY black water cleanup is not advised.

Why Choose CORE by KHI Restoration?

  • Emergency Response
  • Certified Professionals
  • Expert Project Management
  • Initial Assessment and Ongoing Communication
  • Damage Restoration Specialists
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Frequently Asked Questions

CORE by KHI Restoration is the trusted name in restoration in Cypress, TX. Our IICRC certified technicians follow industry-standard procedures for quality you can count on. We offer 24-hour emergency service and can work directly with your insurance provider to make the process as easy as possible for you.

Insurance coverage is very situationally dependent. Each policy from each different company will have different levels and types of coverage. The best way to know if your damage is covered is to keep a copy of your policy on hand and call your agent directly with any questions you might have.

As a homeowner, seeing your home damaged is extremely stressful and it’s difficult to know the right course of action. Will trying to clean up on your own help or just make things worse? No matter what kind of damage you’ve incurred, the very first thing you should do is take photographs as long as the area is safe for you to be in. If you have water damage, the best thing to do is extract as much standing water as you possibly can while you wait for help. If you have fans, set them to start drying things as much as possible. They won’t be enough to completely dry the area, but they can help to minimize the chance of secondary damages. In the event of mold or fire, it’s best to just leave the damage alone until a professional can address it. Disturbed mold can disperse spores throughout the home and fire damages can be made worse if improper cleaning techniques are used.

The length of time for proper restoration to occur is dependent on the type and size of the damage. A typical water damage project usually takes 5-7 days for drying and removal of any unsalvageable materials. Mold remediation can take anywhere from a few hours to several days depending on the extent of the damage. Fires cause the most extensive damage and can take weeks for restoration to be completed. Keep in mind, these are all estimates and they’re only for the restoration portion of the job. The rebuilding portion of the job, where everything is put back into place, has its own separate process and timeline.

Most homeowner’s policies cover most water damages, but not all water damages are created equal. There can be a lot of exceptions to coverage depending on the intricacies of your policy. This is why it’s a good idea to be familiar with your policy and call your agent right away when damage occurs.

A good portion of water damage can be prevented by proper household maintenance. Routine plumbing maintenance as well as sump pump and appliance maintenance are effective ways to avoid preventable damages. If you live in a cold climate, preparing your home for the winter can also help avoid damage. Finally, it’s a good idea to regularly check the exterior of your home, particularly your roof, for damage to ensure water isn’t unexpectedly leaking into your home.