Water Damage Valrico FL, Flood Damage Repair and Cleanup
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Water Damage in Valrico and all surrounding areas
1-800-DRY-ME-OUT is the premier provider of flood cleanup, removal and restoration services in Valrico, FL and all the surrounding areas. We believe in providing quality, courteous and professional services to ultimately return your home or business back to its pre-loss condition – fast.
We are equipped and staffed to handle any size of problem, whether you’re a victim of storm or hurricane damage or you’ve discovered a broken or leaky pipe, a sewer line break, a sink or toilet overflow, or a malfunctioning appliance like a water heater, washing machine, dishwasher or refrigerator in your home. We can arrive on the scene within minutes, and all it takes is one phone call.
We can handle any need that you have from start to finish. The first thing we do in most cases is make sure the source of the flood water is contained and that you and your contents are safe, then we perform complete water removal and water cleanup. We use state-of-the-art equipment for fast and complete structural drying, dehumidification and cleanup, then work to make sure your contents are restored to previous condition. Then we take care of any needed water restoration and provide full water damage repair services. If you have sewage damage, we also provide safe sewage cleanup and removal to keep you and your loved ones safe.
Flood damage cleanup and restoration in the Valrico area
Our team of restoration technicians are very experienced in all of our damage restoration services. We provide our technicians with the latest in water damage remediation technology. Our emergency response team is available 24/7. We provide both, commercial and residential, water damage and mold removal services to all of Florida’s west coast. We stick with our customers throughout the entire restoration project. We understand that well-informed customers are satisfied customers, which is why we’re so thorough from the time of initial contact until your home or commercial building is completely restored!
The Do’s and Don’ts for when water damage occurs
DO: 1. Mop up and blot as much excess water as possible. 2. After removing any lamps or tabletop items, wipe water from wood furniture. 3. Prop up wet upholstery cushions in an area with good airflow for even drying. 4. Place aluminum foil, china saucers or wood blocks between furniture legs and wet carpets. 5. Turn on A/C for maximum drying in summer; open windows to help speed drying in winter. 6. Open drawers and cabinet doors for complete drying. 7. Move valuable art to a safe place. 8. Blot wet carpeting and hardwood floors with clean towels. 9. Open suitcases and luggage to dry, in sunlight if possible. 10. If ceilings are sagging, punch small holes to relieve trapped water after placing pans beneath.
DON’T: 1. Leave wet fabrics in place – dry as soon as possible. Hang furs and leather goods to dry separately at room temperature. 2. Leave books, magazines, or other items with colored ink on wet carpet or floors. 3. Use your regular household vacuum to remove water. 4. Use TVs or other electrical appliances while standing on wet carpet or floors, especially wet concrete floors. 5. Turn on ceiling fixtures if ceiling is wet, and keep out of rooms where ceilings are sagging from retained water.
Learn More About Valrico FL
Before the civil war, the area consisted of several cotton plantations known as Long Pond. It was renamed to Valrico, meaning “rich valley” in Spanish, in the 1880s when a philosophy professor from Tufts college, William G. Tousey, purchased property in the area. In 1890, an influx of new immigrants arrived following the construction of the Florida Central and Peninsular Railroads through the area.
When the railroad was completed, Tousey began building up the community with retail stores, streets, and a bank. In 1895, a major freeze halted these developments, and the population began to dwindle. Nonetheless, the town continued to press on, with a schoolhouse being completed in 1896. The population continued to fall drastically, from 100 people in 1893 to only 50 in 1911.
Today, Valrico is home to attractions such as the Sister’s Secret Garden.