The team at AquaTex Restoration in Plano is equipped to handle all types of storm damage including: wind damage, water damage, fire damage, and any other disaster-related damages that a Texas storm can bring. Storms can pack a powerful punch, but when you home is opened up to the elements of nature, disaster can strike. With a Texas storm, we often see a need for water damage restoration and mold remediation. We also offer support once the home is clear of damage such as construction and put-back services.
Flood cleanups, wildfires, tornadoes, and even unnatural freezes and blizzards, to name a few, can cause severe damage without warning. Any one of these factors can result in a devastating impact on your home, causing your life to spiral out of control.
Water Damage Restoration by AquaTex is committed to ensuring your satisfaction by providing highly-trained professionals close to your location. In the event that your home needs to be restored, we strive to have you back in your home as soon as possible. In the event of storm damage to your home, whether minor or significant, we have the experience and equipment necessary to clean up and restore it. Whether the damage was minor or severe, we can get your life back to normal after a storm.
Water damage restoration is available 24/7 at AquaTex Water Damage Restoration locations throughout the metroplex.
If you’re a business owner who needs storm remediation services after a storm or flood disaster, our Disaster Recovery Team can help. Throughout the Plano area, we have elite large-loss specialists pre-qualified and strategically located to handle any size disaster. We have served hospitals, property managers, universities, municipalities, and even our local schools in the past.
The occurrence of severe weather is not uncommon. The restoration of damage caused by storms requires a storm damage restoration company that has both experience and trustworthiness.
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When choosing a storm damage restoration company, it is crucial to verify their credentials and inquire about their licenses and insurance. AquaTex Water Damage Restoration is fully licensed and insured and has the experience and expertise to assist you with every aspect of your storm damage restoration project.
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In addition to flooding, downed trees, wind damage, and hail damage, a storm can cause havoc on your property. Before storm damage clean-up work can begin, our team will assess the extent of storm damage. Because of this, we can determine how to approach storm damage clean-up, how much it will cost, and what the time frame will be as well as develop a plan of action for doing so.
You will have a member of our team on your property within minutes of calling us. We will provide emergency mitigation services as soon as we receive your call, including repairing holes in walls and roofs, as well as removing debris. From responding to your emergency to communicating directly with your insurance company on your behalf every step of the way, we will assist you every step of the way. Due to our many years of experience, we are able to guarantee the best storm damage restoration service to our clients.
Contact AquaTex Water Damage Restoration as soon as possible if your property has been damaged. Providing estimates is free of charge and we will be glad to do so.
Storms and floods can cause structural damage to your home, but water damage can also damage your belongings. The furniture, clothing, keepsakes, and other belongings in your home play a huge role in turning it into a home. AquaTex Water Damage Restoration understands this.
In case of storms and other events causing water damage to contents, AquaTex Water Damage Restoration specializes in restoring them. Our experience and “restore” rather than “replace” mentality will allow us to help you preserve precious keepsakes and save money. As part of our water damage restoration services, we will pretest your contents to determine if any items can be restored to their pre-damaged state. As part of our cleaning process, we utilize a variety of methods, including the following:
In the event that your property requires extensive cleaning or restoration, AquaTex Water Damage Restoration can assist you with an organized, efficient move-out. There are several benefits that can be gained from moving out, including:
As soon as the restoration is complete, we will coordinate your move-in according to your needs. Depending on your insurance coverage, you may be able to receive certain services upon move-in.
The use of electronics that have been damaged by water can pose a serious risk to the user. When you suspect that an electrical device has been damaged by water, don’t turn it on or operate it. Your electronics will be restored to their original condition by AquaTex Water Damage Restoration, including the following:
Taking prompt action to prevent further damage is the key to restoring electronics. To prevent further corrosion and damage, electronic devices should be cleaned from the outside. The electronics will be cleaned and inspected by a qualified technician.
Documents that are damaged by water, such as photographs, should be treated with extreme caution in order to prevent their destruction. It is possible that some documents will not be able to be restored to their pre-water damage condition, but AquaTex Water Damage Restoration can save a great deal and help minimize any additional damage. Get a better understanding of how we can restore your documents by contacting us.
Depending on the type of documents and the level of water damage, they have five options for the restoration of documents:
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In the event of a natural disaster, such as a tornado, there is only a small window of opportunity to prepare. Safety and well-being of yourself and your family are the most important things.
After a tornado, it’s a good idea to have a plan to reunite with your family, such as calling an out-of-town relative or going to a local restaurant. After a natural disaster, you need to take steps to ensure your life can be put back together once you know everyone is okay or being taken care of.
If the worst happens and your home is damaged, you may feel overwhelmed and not know what steps to take. When wind and debris damage your home, does insurance cover it? Your homeowner’s insurance should cover tornado damage in most cases. However, this depends on your geographic location, so you may want to check your policy or speak with your agent. Here are the steps you need to take.
Whether the storm brought damage, flooding, or a house fire, you need to wait for an all-clear notification from Plano authorities before returning home. Although the area looks safe, it isn’t. The person in charge will assess the situation and consult with experts to ensure your safety. Your home or property can be blocked by authorities in some cases. It’s not a good idea to sneak past them.
You might consider asking a structural engineer to examine your home if it has been damaged by fire or flooding. They can determine whether it is safe to enter the structure. Water or fire damage can cause a structure to become unsafe even if it is only a small amount. Even if there doesn’t seem to be much damage to your home, you should notify a professional when it’s safe to enter. Fires can release noxious and toxic gases into the air, so it’s important to give a professional a call if you are unsure when it’s safe to enter.
Take photos of all damaged items before removing them or throwing them away. It may be necessary to move damaged items to take additional photos, but that’s okay after you take pictures of the items you need to move. Evidence of the full extent of the damage should be provided to your insurance company.
Photographs of how the house looked before you moved things around are the best way to provide evidence. Photos of identification numbers should be included with items with identification numbers, such as computers and televisions. On a receipt or other proof of purchase, it is easier to identify the item this way. The same things and structures should be photographed from a variety of perspectives.
In the event of water or fire damage, you should contact a company that specializes in these types of clean-ups. If you need to dry out or minimize further damage, they have the equipment you need. The majority of these companies have years of experience cleaning up disaster sites, repairing fire and water damage, and halting mold growth.
Most insurance companies will cover the cost of a professional cleaning crew if they cover the initial damage. Smoke and fire damage can both be caused by a fire. Unlike smoke damage, fire damage weakens the structure of your home. Water damage and structural problems can be caused by tornadoes and flooding.
If your home is exposed to water in places that shouldn’t be wet, mold can develop. You need professional help if you want to prevent mold from growing after a flood or tornado. The cost of removing mold from your home can be high once it has taken hold. Particularly after flooding, when mold can form behind walls and other hard-to-reach areas.
It’s likely that your insurance company, along with hundreds of others, is waiting on your call if you’re dealing with a natural disaster. An insurance company’s staff is usually large enough to respond to a natural disaster. The sooner you call and begin the process, the faster you will receive financial compensation to begin rebuilding your life and home.
You might think that if you start the claim process and then find more damage, you won’t be covered, but you will. Your insurance company can assist you in finding the resources you need to protect your home. There are also instances in which they can release funds immediately for the cleanup effort or to protect your property from further damage, such as covering holes in the roof with tarps.
Some homes cannot be reoccupied until repairs are completed. If your home cannot be locked and secured, you should take all of your valuables with you to a new location. Items such as jewelry, computers, electronics, and portable devices fall under this category.
You may need to ask a friend or family member outside the disaster area to hold larger items, such as appliances. A storage center might be the best option if you don’t have anyone close by. Depending on your insurance policy, the cost of storage might be covered.
Whether your home has been damaged by a tornado or natural disaster, AquaTex Restoration is ready to help. We are experienced in dealing with water and fire damage. For more information, please contact us.
You should contact AquaTex Restoration at (469) 782-9857 immediately if you experience water damage, not your insurance agent. Our Emergency Response Team can provide a free estimate as soon as possible, reducing property damage. If you notify your insurance company or agent of the loss, they must open a claim. In most cases, the repair cost will be less than your deductible, so you will be responsible for the repair. “No-pay claims” will appear on your loss history report, resulting in higher premiums or even uninsurability.
AquaTex Restoration specializes in water and fire damage restoration. We are the company you should call if your home or office has been damaged by fire, water, or storms. Using the latest technology, AquaTex Restoration provides water extraction, structural drying, fire damage cleanup, and restoration services in Plano. With our round-the-clock service, our clients benefit from quick response times, resulting in less damage. We use methods that are efficient, effective, competitive, and state-of-the-art.
Yes, that’s correct. The management of our company answers the phones 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. There will be no recording when you call management. Instead, you will speak directly with someone. Contact us at (469) 782-9857 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
In most cases, that’s true. Our Emergency Response Team may take longer to arrive on-site at some locations due to our large service area (Plano). Our inspections and estimates are free of charge.
AquaTex Restoration uses advanced filtration technologies, including Hyper HEPA filtration when necessary, to eliminate odors caused by fire, sewage, and bacterial growth. This type of system can remove 99.7% of airborne particles larger than 0.3 microns.
In the event that your property needs to be restored, AquaTex Restoration can help. By coordinating with multiple vendors and contractors, we relieve our customers of the stress of dealing with multiple vendors and contractors at once. AquaTex Restoration offers a 360° approach to every project it undertakes. All aspects of the restoration process are handled by us in order to restore your property to its pre-loss state. Our company is one of the few restoration companies that manage the entire project from beginning to end.
It depends on the type and extent of damage to your property. Due to the fact that we use an insurance-based pricing method, we always offer our customers fair prices on every one of our projects. Prices are not set by us, but by the Board’s “reasonable” pricing structure for projects in our market, as stated by the Board. For the purpose of reviewing our pricing structure, we provide a printed copy to our customers. After we complete a dry-out project, we provide the customer with a “build-back” estimate within three business days.
If you need to access your belongings in our warehouse, it is easy to do so.
We recommend that you make a list of all items (including food and household goods) that cannot be restored. Your insurance company may have a form you can use, or you can create a simple list that includes the item name, quantity, and value. You should make a copy for yourself and for your insurance company if you want to make sure you have a copy for both of them.
Property owners in Plano are responsible for payment. As the property owner, you will be required to complete an authorization form and authorize payment. Typically, we collect only the deductible amount and bill your insurance company for the remaining amount.
Depending on the magnitude of the loss, the insurance company may include your mortgage company as a payee on the payment. Additionally, you may need a signature from your mortgage company to complete the payment process.
Whether or not you decide to file a claim, or whether the claim is covered by insurance, the full payment is due at the time of service.