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  • Quality cleanup and repair
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  • Odor removal
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Why Choose Action 1 Restoration Services!

Storms can cause major damage to properties. The damage they cause is found both inside and outside. It will often require the help of professionals to get these buildings back to their former glory. If you are looking for a company that can do the repairs for your damaged home, Action 1 Restoration is exactly the company you are looking for. With years of experience in the industry, we employ licensed professionals to perform all kinds of restoration projects. We also handle emergency repair tasks 24/7. Give us a call and we will be happy to serve you.

Any of these natural disasters can cause sever damage to your home or commercial building and can cause many different levels of damage as well. Our team is experienced in water, fire, mold and storm damage restoration services, which is why it is important to have our number handy in case you face a storm damage disaster. Depending on what extra riders you have on your homeowners or commercial building insurance will determine how much of the damage will be covered. Depending on the type of damage, the insurance company may cover all the cleanup and repair costs. For example: in Arizona floods are not very common, at the same time, flood insurance is not generally automatically included in your policy. Since we are insurance specialists and we work with most insurance companies, we will check with your insurance company as to what will be covered and we will bill them directly on your behalf. Our goal is to get your home or business back on track and operating normally as fast as possible.

Since you’re facing a situation in which every moment counts, we will be working quickly to help you with a variety of situations that bad weather can cause. We will present you with our expert opinion, how we will help restore your property and we will help you to take steps to avoid a potential problem in the future.

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Types of Storm Damage

Varying Storm Types That Are Damaging To Your Home or Building

Hail Damage

A storm that produces hail can do a good amount of damage to the structure of your home. Sometimes hail can be small and hardly make a difference, but at other times you can get sizes that are like softballs pelting your property and tearing it apart.

Wind Damage

Storms that produce high winds can wreck a home or business in no time at all. The wind can tear off a roof and break out windows. Anything attached to your home on the outside could be at risk if the winds are high enough!

Rain Damage

Rain itself should be something a building can handle, but when it rains quite a bit in a short period of time you may be in for some flooding. Also, if you don’t have your roofing or other features on the outside of your property in good shape, the rain can get through and be a cause of flood/water damage.

Lightning Damage

When a storm rolls around you may not think about just how dangerous it is because of how rare lightning strikes to the ground can be. However, this is more common than you think, and we have the tools to make sure you can get your home back to normal if you are dealing with fire and smoke damage.

Extreme Temperature Shifts

Even a heat wave could cause damage to property. Your roofing tiles could start to crack, or you could have to deal with your home heating up to where the structure is getting warped. Extreme cold could cause similar issues, and so it’s good to at least get an inspection after extreme variations in normal temperatures.

The next 3 types of storm damage are more rare than others, but depending on where you live in the country, you may see these types more frequently than other regions across the country.

Earthquake Damage

An earthquake can cause a lot of damage, but most of the damage is from the intensity of the shaking to the structure. The variables that effect the intensity of the earthquake are: the magnitude of the earthquake, the distance from the earthquake and the type of ground material underneath the structure. Some of the damage may include, but not limited to: buildings and homes damage, roads and freeways buckling, dam failures, shifting ground, electrical and power outages and much more.

Tornado Damage

With winds up to 300mph, most of the tornado damage is from the high winds and flying debris. Wind speed, direction and duration are among the highest determining factors of the tornado damage. Tornadoes can leave a ton of devastation in their path and even remove houses right from their very foundation.

Hurricane Damage

High winds and flooding from hurricanes is the cost of most residential and commercial building damage. Storm Surge Damage – Storm surge is a large dome of water often 50 to 100 miles wide that sweeps across the coastline near where a hurricane makes landfall. If possible, A hurricane watch is issued when there is a threat of hurricane conditions within 24–36 hours. A hurricane warning is issued when hurricane conditions (winds greater than 74 mph/119 kph or dangerously high water and rough seas) are expected in 24 hours or less.

Equipment Used for Cleanup and Repair

Storm Services that may be needed:

Cleanup is one of the more difficult steps to be done after a storm. Any property that sustained significant damage from a storm will be in a complete mess. After cleanup, that is only where the extent of the damage can be fully seen and plans for repair can be made. After assessing the damage, that is when planning and commencement of repair and restoration can be done.

Action 1 Restoration has years of experience in cleanup and repair operations after a natural disaster. We give you an accurate quote before commencing work, and we do our best to perform the job in a quick and precise manner.

We use different kinds of equipment to perform our job right. We use the latest extractors, pumps, and vacuums to remove flood and other visible water from your property. We use dehumidifiers to remove excess moisture and humidity inside buildings. We also use a wide variety of tools and equipment to perform our cleanup and restoration projects.

All these high-end equipment are operated under the supervision of our professional restoration specialists, ensuring that the job is completed in the quickest and safest manner.

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All of these storm and flood situations cannot be left for “later", they are serious dangers which need to be addressed by professionals with experience and need to be addressed immediately. That is why Action 1 Restoration can provide storm restoration services within minutes, day or night, we are just a phone call away.


Common Causes of Water Damage and Additional Services

Cracked or Burst Pipes Damage

burst pipes damage

A pipe bursting or breaking is one of the most common plumbing system problems in a home. When a pipe bursts from water pressure or extremely cold weather, the water can cause a lot of damage to the property in a short period of time. The effected areas can be behind the walls, in the kitchen, in the attic, in a bathroom or even under the house causing the slab to leak.

Pipes can break or burst for several different reasons, some of the most common causes pipes get damaged are listed below:

  • Pipes are old
  • They are rusted
  • High water pressure
  • Pipe damaged
  • Frozen pipes
  • Expanding pin hole
  • Clogging in the pipes

We Use Specialized Equipment

If your appliances malfunction or you experience a burst pipe, you need a contractor that has all the necessary renovation equipment and knowledge to restore your home. Removing hundreds of gallons of water from your property and dealing with the damage, requires the use of commercial grade equipment. We take advantage of these specialized tools to eliminate the water & dry out the property. The visible water on ground is only part of the problem that needs to be addressed when you suffer from water or flood damage. We have the necessary tools to discover concealed pockets of water behind your walls and baseboards. We make it a point that our local teams and partners have the necessary equipment to do the job correctly the first time.

Appliance Malfunctions

appliance malfunction causing a water loss

There are certain appliances in your home that are known to cause extensive water or flooding damage in your home or office. Some of the appliances that are known to cause such problems are:

  • Water heater
  • Air conditioning unit
  • Fridge
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • Water softeners

Contact Our Local Team for Flood Damage

basement flooded with water

When it comes to floods from a natural disaster like a storm, you want to remember safety first and to make sure your family is safe. Heavy rains that enter your home can have devastating effects .

When it comes to floods, the water is usually gray or black, which contains harmful microorganisms and contaminants. Generally the process is the same for flood restoration as water, but the protective gear used for sewage would be the same. It will also require proper sanitation and cleaning to ensure the bacteria has been eliminated.

Attic Water Leaks

attic & ceiling damage

There are several different reasons you may be experiencing water damage problems in the attic or ceilings of your home. If you see any water stains, this is a sign of a potential water leak and can happen from the following: roof has a leak, burst pipe or air conditioner leak.

Depending on how severe the leak is, there are several consequences to an attic leak and may need some or all of the following repairs: the roof may need repaired, attic beams replaced or repaired, new insulation insulation, repair of damaged drywall in the ceilings below, replacement of flooring or other interior items affected by water damage and may need disinfecting to prevent mold growth in the attic. Call our expert team to help you today.

Frequently Asked Questions

What if I rent my home or business property?

If you are renting your home, apartment or condo, you need to get in touch with the homeowner and have them call Action 1 Restoration. Legally without the homeowners or commercial buildings owner consent, we can not enter the premises and provide any work in your home or office. Once the property owner reaches out to our local team, we can start the process immediately to restore the property.

How does direct insurance billing work?

Once you call our team and provide our staff your insurance information, one of the team members will call your insurance company with the details while our local partner team is on route to your home or business. They will provide any emergency services needed like turn off the water or power and assess the damage. Once the work has been completed, our local partner team will submit the claim to your insurance company.

Do you have local contractors near me?

Yes, Action 1 Restoration has local partnerships and contractors near you. We have local teams all over the United States that are close by and service your entire city.

Action 1 Restoration provides emergency services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for residential and commercial properties. If you are experiencing any type of disaster, our highly trained team can help you with some of the best solutions. Get in touch with our pros today.

Do you provide free estimates?

The short answer is Yes, we provide free estimates, although many of the calls we receive are for restoration emergencies that require water removal, dry out and full mitigation services.

Any room in your home or business can be affected, although there are rooms in your house that are more susceptible to getting damaged. Some of the most likely rooms in your home to experience problems are:

  • Basements
  • Attics
  • Kitchens
  • Bathrooms
  • Laundry Rooms
What is the average water damage cost?

Many customers we work with frequently want to know what the cost of the water damage cleanup project is going to run for his or her home. There are a number variables that may impact the cost and in many cases, they are insurance policy claims. To get an idea on how our local specialists present an approximation, you must understand about several considerations that determines the quote. First of all, you will need to realize that many water damage disasters are due to freezing or burst water pipes. A considerable factor is the level of water that needs to be extracted and the dry out time to dry the property. The one thing you’ll want to take into account is that water can result in substantial damage not only to the roof and basement, but additionally to your ceilings, furniture, appliances, carpets, cabinets and walls. You can experience more than one hundred gallons of water in 24 hours from a moderate break in a significant water pipe in your home.

When you are evaluating the damages, room by room, make a comprehensive list of all your affected items to submit to your insurance company. As you are inventorying your damaged items, make sure you get the following: when you bought it, exactly how much it cost, serial number and how its ruined. If you have receipts, attach them to your list.

  • Alabama: $2,550
  • Arizona: $2,860
  • Arkansas: $2,500
  • California: $3,420
  • Colorado: $2,920
  • Connecticut: $3,060
  • District of Columbia: $3,250
  • Delaware: $3,160
  • Florida: $4,400
  • Georgia: $3,220
  • Idaho: $2,640
  • Illinois: $2,980
  • Indiana: $2,900
  • Iowa: $2,500
  • Kansas: $2,460
  • Kentucky: $2,900
  • Louisiana: $2,720
  • Maine: $2,500
  • Maryland: $3,190
  • Massachusetts: $3,430
  • Michigan: $3,000
  • Minnesota: $3,630
  • Mississippi: $2,550
  • Missouri: $2,900
  • Montana: $3,000
  • Nebraska: $2,500
  • Nevada: $4,910
  • New Hampshire: $3,000
  • New Jersey: $3,350
  • New Mexico: $2,710
  • New York: $3,180
  • North Carolina: $2,950
  • Ohio: $2,860
  • Oklahoma: $3,020
  • Oregon: $2,870
  • Pennsylvania: $3,200
  • Rhode Island: $2,500
  • South Carolina: $2,940
  • South Dakota: No data
  • Tennessee: $2,800
  • Texas: $3,280
  • Utah: $3,020
  • Virginia: $2,590
  • Washington: $2,920
  • West Virginia: $2,500
  • Wisconsin: $2,670
  • Wyoming: $3,000