24 Hour Water Damage Restoration
Stover’s Restoration offers Emergency Water Damage Restoration services 24 hours a day – whenever help is needed. Water damage doesn’t always happen during regular business hours, and you can count on us to respond whenever you need us most. Our emergency response teams of certified and experienced technicians are on-call 24/7. We specialize in the restorative drying of water-damaged structures and contents.
Stover’s Restoration is an industry leader in Southcentral Kansas. We provide ongoing training for our technicians and team members, to keep them up to speed with the latest in technology, processes, and best practices – all to deliver the highest quality service possible.
Water Damage Restoration Process
When you call Stover’s Restoration after a water damage emergency, our team of certified technicians will arrive on the scene and get to work containing the initial damage. The emergency response team then gets to work to quickly develop a restoration solution to reverse the initial damage as well as to prevent any secondary damage.
With a restoration plan in place, our team will get to work extracting water and drying your property. We are able to restore your home back to its original condition, helping you get your life get back to normal in no time at all.
Stover’s Restoration is a preferred service provider for many major insurance companies. If your loss is not covered by the insurance company for any reason we can still provide free estimates for service.
Water damage is invasive, and moisture can be hidden in walls, floors, or ceilings. Using state-of-the-art thermal imaging technology, our team will identify and address all areas of hidden moisture that can continue to damage your property. Identifying hidden areas of moisture and managing indoor humidity levels is extremely important for preventing mold growth after water damage.
Stover’s Restoration utilizes Injecta Drying systems to quickly and efficiently dry difficult areas with minimal damage. This advanced drying system is also used to dry water damaged hardwood floors, potentially saving homeowners thousands of dollars in replacement costs.
Fresh Water – Category 1 Cleanup Process
Extract water from carpet and pad.
Dry carpet, structure and pad.
Restretch carpet if necessary.
Rain Water or Other Water Intrusions – Category 2 Cleanup Process
Locate wet areas.
Extract water from carpet.
Remove and dispose of damaged pad.
Dry carpet and structure in place.
Sewer – Category 3 Cleanup Process
Extract sewage and steam wash all surfaces.
Dispose of carpet, pad, other necessary structural materials.
Steam clean floor.
Apply final disinfectant.
Install drying equipment and air cleaner.