Residential Water Damage FAQ

Residential Water Damage Restoration FAQ Page

Common Questions About Damage Restoration for Your Home

How can I tell if I have a plumbing leak in my home?

Leaks can be hard to detect until enough water accumulates for you to see it. If you notice soggy areas of your carpet or flooring, it could be due to a leak. Check your faucets and showerheads regularly to ensure they are not dripping water when not in use. As soon as you notice a leak, contact us to repair it. We provide technical leak detection to find plumbing problems that are difficult for most people to see. Our technicians repair leaks quickly and efficiently to prevent further damage to your home.

How long does it take to restore the carpets?

The time varies depending on the extent of the damage, however, Leak Busters works quickly to dry and restore your home as quickly as possible. We will also dry the walls to ensure that water and mold do not continue to affect the building’s structure. The initial water removal and drying process generally takes a few hours. We will also perform mold remediation and odor removal where necessary.

How much does it cost?

We will quote you an exact cost when we come to your location to inspect the damage. The cost for services varies depending on your needs. Whether you need water removal, restoration services, leak detection, or plumbing repairs, we will give you a fair and competitive price so you know exactly what you are paying for. Call us today to get more accurate pricing on specific services.

Can you help me with insurance claims?

Yes! Our team includes licensed technicians and insurance claim specialists. Many insurance policies cover restoration services, including flood damage and mold remediation. We can help to minimize your out-of-pocket cost by working with your insurance company to obtain some coverage. If you need help with your insurance, call us.

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